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March 17, 2001 | By Ashley McGeachy INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Quin Snyder's head hit the pillow about 7 yesterday morning, hours after his Missouri Tigers beat Georgia, and at least an hour after he sent his weary assistants to bed. In the NCAA tournament, time is of the essence, especially when your second-round opponent is Duke - the program where you starred as a point guard for four years, coached as an assistant for six more, and where the head coach is like your father, your confidante, your friend....
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September 29, 2011
An NBA source has told the Daily News that the 76ers have hired Jeff Capel Sr. as an assistant coach. Capel, who will turn 58 in January, was the head coach at Old Dominion from 1994 to 2001 and at North Carolina A&T (1993-94) and Fayetteville State (1989-1993). Capel is the father of Jeff Capel Jr., who starred for Duke from 1993-97. The younger Capel was a teammate of Chris Collins, son of Sixers coach Doug Collins. The hiring won't be made official until the NBA Board of Governors approves the sale of the Sixers to a group headed by Joshua Harris.
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June 12, 2010 | By Kevin Tatum, Inquirer Staff Writer
New 76ers coach Doug Collins added Quin Snyder to his coaching staff in a developmental role. The last three seasons, the 43-year-old Snyder was the head coach of the Austin Toros, which is the NBA Developmental League team of the San Antonio Spurs. Previously, Snyder spent seven seasons as the head coach at Missouri, ending in 2006. Top prospects visit. The Sixers next week will bring in four of the players who are expected to be among the first five to go in the June 24 NBA draft.
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February 21, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
The University of Missouri's president ordered an independent investigation into the resignation of basketball coach Quin Snyder yesterday. Dr. Elson Floyd wants to determine what was conveyed to Snyder and by whom before he resigned on Feb. 10. He made clear school officials were authorized to take their investigation in any direction they felt appropriate. Snyder announced he was resigning on Feb. 10, a day after saying he would stick it out for the rest of the season. He had 2 years remaining on his contract.
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February 15, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
J.J. Redick needed two three-pointers to break the NCAA career record. For the top scorer in Division I, it wasn't much of a challenge. The Duke senior made those necessary shots and added two more on his way to 33 points, helping the second-ranked Blue Devils run away from visiting Wake Forest, 93-70, last night. Freshman Josh McRoberts had 12 of his 16 points in the first half and Shelden Williams also scored 16 for Duke (24-1, 12-0 ACC). The Demon Deacons (13-12, 1-10)
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March 27, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
Mike Anderson is bringing his swarming style of defense and fast-paced play to the University of Missouri. Anderson was hired as Missouri's basketball coach yesterday, taking over following Quin Snyder's resignation last month. Anderson, who led Alabama-Birmingham to a 24-7 record and an NCAA Tournament appearance this season, is the first permanent black head coach at Missouri. Melvin Watkins, a Snyder assistant, served as interim coach after Snyder's resignation. Anderson was a former assistant to Nolan Richardson at Arkansas and played for Richardson at Tulsa.
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April 7, 1999 | Daily News Wire Services
Quin Snyder, the top assistant to Mike Krzyzewski at Duke for the past four years, has been selected as the new coach at Missouri, the Associated Press has learned. A source close to Snyder, speaking on condition of anonymity, said last night that the 32-year-old former Duke point guard had agreed to take the job after meeting with Missouri officials earlier in the day. The school called a news conference for today to name the replacement for Norm Stewart, who retired suddenly Thursday after 32 years at Missouri.
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August 14, 2003 | Daily News Staff and Wire Reports
Former Missouri basketball player Ricky Clemons, already the subject of NCAA and university investigations for improper benefits, also received excessive academic support, according to his ex-girlfriend. Jessica Bunge, who dated Clemons until he assaulted her in January, said the former point guard had a paper written for him by a tutor and, on one occasion, was given a completed assignment by another tutor outside a classroom. Bunge - speaking with the Kansas City Star in a lengthy interview - also further detailed previous allegations that Clemons received money while he was at Missouri and disputed the amount of clothing Clemons received from coach Quin Snyder.
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June 12, 2010 | By PHIL JASNER, jasnerp@phillynews.com
Quin Snyder, as it turns out, was the remaining piece to the 76ers' coaching staff. Coach Doug Collins and president/general manager Ed Stefanski confirmed that Snyder - a former coach at Missouri and a 4-year player at Duke - has joined the staff as a developmental coach. "I'm really excited to have him, because he thinks outside the box and his mind is going all the time," Collins said last night. "He's very, very good working on the floor with the players. " The rest of Collins' staff, also not formally announced, will include Brian James, Michael Curry and holdover Aaron McKie.
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July 19, 2013 | By Keith Pompey, Inquirer Staff Writer
The 76ers' search for a coach continues to percolate. The team interviewed Boston Celtics assistant Jay Larranaga on Tuesday, Yahoo Sports reported. The Sixers are also reportedly going to interview Atlanta Hawks assistants Quin Snyder and Kenny Atkinson for the job vacated by Doug Collins in April. Larranaga, whose father, Jim Larranaga, is the University of Miami coach, was considered a candidate for the Celtics coaching job before Brad Stevens was hired as Doc Rivers' replacement.
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September 29, 2011
An NBA source has told the Daily News that the 76ers have hired Jeff Capel Sr. as an assistant coach. Capel, who will turn 58 in January, was the head coach at Old Dominion from 1994 to 2001 and at North Carolina A&T (1993-94) and Fayetteville State (1989-1993). Capel is the father of Jeff Capel Jr., who starred for Duke from 1993-97. The younger Capel was a teammate of Chris Collins, son of Sixers coach Doug Collins. The hiring won't be made official until the NBA Board of Governors approves the sale of the Sixers to a group headed by Joshua Harris.
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March 21, 2011 | By BOB COONEY, cooneyb@phillynews.com
More than wins and losses, what Doug Collins looked for from his team at the beginning of the season was growth. He wanted the Sixers to become better basketball players individually, then as a team. He wanted his players to believe in themselves, then each other. Once all that was established, the coach thought, improvement certainly would be a byproduct. To almost every player on the 76ers, that has happened, and after completing a tough five-game road trip with a 2-3 record, the team now stands at 36-34, in a dogfight with the New York Knicks for the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference and an outside possibility of catching the Atlanta Hawks (40-30)
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October 1, 2010 | By BOB COONEY, cooneyb@phillynews.com
During a recent night practice at the Hagan Arena on the Saint Joseph's campus, new 76ers coach Doug Collins leaned back in his chair, arms stretched out over the backs of the two adjacent chairs. While the players ran up and down the court in a spirited scrimmage, assistant coaches Quin Snyder and Aaron McKie coached the teams, while the two other assistants, Michael Curry and Brian James, shouted instructions. All the while, Collins sat back and took it all in. In the nonstop, fast pace Collins lives in his coaching life, it was an odd sight.
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July 2, 2010 | By PHIL JASNER, jasnerp@phillynews.com
Coaching has been in Donyell Marshall's blood. The University of Connecticut has been in his blood. Karl Hobbs, the basketball coach at George Washington, offered the perfect combination. Marshall, 37, left his position as a basketball analyst for Comcast SportsNet, to join Hobbs' staff as an assistant. Hobbs is a former assistant at UConn. "[Marshall] was definitely going to go into coaching at some point," said Andy Miller, Marshall's agent. "UConn ties run deep. This heated up in the last 2-3 weeks.
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June 18, 2010 | By PHIL JASNER, jasnerp@phillynews.com
This was nearly 30 minutes after the 76ers had concluded their news conferences with new coach Doug Collins and Ohio State's Evan Turner. Way across the gym at Philadelphia College Of Osteopathic Medicine, new developmental assistant Quin Snyder was quietly working with Villanova's Reggie Redding on footwork and assorted techniques. This is what Snyder is known for doing. Redding, who joined Turner and Temple's Ryan Brooks in yesterday's predraft workout, couldn't get enough. "I wish I could've stayed longer," Redding said appreciatively.
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June 12, 2010 | By PHIL JASNER, jasnerp@phillynews.com
Quin Snyder, as it turns out, was the remaining piece to the 76ers' coaching staff. Coach Doug Collins and president/general manager Ed Stefanski confirmed that Snyder - a former coach at Missouri and a 4-year player at Duke - has joined the staff as a developmental coach. "I'm really excited to have him, because he thinks outside the box and his mind is going all the time," Collins said last night. "He's very, very good working on the floor with the players. " The rest of Collins' staff, also not formally announced, will include Brian James, Michael Curry and holdover Aaron McKie.
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June 12, 2010 | By Kevin Tatum, Inquirer Staff Writer
New 76ers coach Doug Collins added Quin Snyder to his coaching staff in a developmental role. The last three seasons, the 43-year-old Snyder was the head coach of the Austin Toros, which is the NBA Developmental League team of the San Antonio Spurs. Previously, Snyder spent seven seasons as the head coach at Missouri, ending in 2006. Top prospects visit. The Sixers next week will bring in four of the players who are expected to be among the first five to go in the June 24 NBA draft.
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March 27, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
Mike Anderson is bringing his swarming style of defense and fast-paced play to the University of Missouri. Anderson was hired as Missouri's basketball coach yesterday, taking over following Quin Snyder's resignation last month. Anderson, who led Alabama-Birmingham to a 24-7 record and an NCAA Tournament appearance this season, is the first permanent black head coach at Missouri. Melvin Watkins, a Snyder assistant, served as interim coach after Snyder's resignation. Anderson was a former assistant to Nolan Richardson at Arkansas and played for Richardson at Tulsa.
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