Stephen Todd Alford (born November 23, 1964) is an American men's college basketball coach and former professional player who is the head coach for the Nevada Wolf Pack of the Mountain West Conference (MWC). Born and raised in Indiana, he was a two-time consensus first-team All-American as a college basketball player for the Indiana Hoosiers.
Head Men's Basketball Coach Nevada head coach Steve Alford just completed his first season leading the Wolf Pack in 2019-20 and guided the team to a 19-12 record. The Pack posted a 12-6 mark in Mountain West play to finish in a tie for second in the conference standings.
June 29, 1983: Traded by the New Jersey Nets (as a future 1987 2nd round draft pick) with a 1986 2nd round draft pick (Milt Wagner was later selected) to the Dallas Mavericks for Dirk Minniefield and a 1987 2nd round draft pick (Andrew Kennedy was later selected).
- in Franklin, Indiana
- November 23, 1964
Steve Alford Record includes games as coach of major schools, and does not reflect forfeits or vacated games.
Jan 13, 2016 · Stephen Todd Alford a.k.a. Steve Alford is an American basketball coach, retired player. He currently serves as the head coach of the University of Nevada's Nevada Wolf Pack of the Mountain West Conference and most recently, he was the head coach of the UCLA Bruins men’s basketball team.
Named for hometown basketball hero and current University of Nevada Wolf Pack, Men’s Basketball Coach, Steve Alford, the Steve Alford All-American Inn offers clean, comfortable accommodations at reasonable rates. When you’re in Henry County, there’s no better place to stay! Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame
309 N Chocolay Ave is a house in Clawson, MI 48017. This 1,000 square foot house sits on a 6,142 square foot lot and features 3 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. This property was built in 1964 and last sold for $153,000. Based on Redfin's Clawson data, we estimate the home's value is $208,073. Comparable nearby homes include 369 N Manitou Ave, 420 N ...
Jan 02, 2019 · Alford, who was hired from New Mexico in 2013, had five-star recruits. He had seven players who were picked in the first round of their respective NBA drafts. Coaches trapped in the FBI's bribery investigation risked their careers to sign the brand of talent Alford welcomed to Westwood each year.