Oct. 16, 2007
ATLANTA – Former Georgia Tech All-America guard and NBA standout, Kenny Anderson, has agreed to write a basketball blog to be featured on ClassicAthletes.com, and a link to his blog will appear on Ramblinwreck.com, Georgia Tech’s official website.
Anderson is currently the head coach of the new Atlanta Krunk of the Continental Basketball Association.
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Beginning mid-October, Anderson, 36, will share his thoughts on the NBA and give readers a look into his life as a head coach and his aspirations to someday coach at the NBA level.
“I’m very excited to start this new venture with ClassicAthletes.com, and I look forward to sharing with readers my past experiences in the NBA and my new life as head coach of the CBA’s Atlanta Krunk,” Anderson said.
Anderson’s blog will be updated as often as possible, with the minimal goal to add a new post once or twice per week.
A 6-0, 168-pound former point guard, Anderson averaged 12.7 points and 6.1 assists per game in his 14-year NBA career for the New Jersey Nets, Charlotte/New Orleans Hornets, Portland Trail Blazers, Boston Celtics, Indiana Pacers, Seattle Supersonics, Atlanta Hawks and Los Angeles Clippers.
The Nets selected Anderson with the No. 2 pick in the 1991 NBA Draft out of Georgia Tech after the Queens. N.Y., native led the Yellow Jackets to the 1990 ACC Championship and Final Four, and the NCAA Tournament again in 1991.