There are fewer black coaches for basketball at the top five NCAA conferences than there have been in the past. Here’s what former Indiana University coach Mike Davis and others have to say about that. Dwight Adams, firstname.lastname@example.org
There was an era in which black coaches so often won college basketball’s national championship, or made the Final Four, that there was optimism one sport might make the theory of a post-racial America a reality.
John Thompson was a giant, and not because he was 6-foot-10. When Kentucky’s Tubby Smith won an NCAA title in 1998, he was the third black coach in 15 years to do so, following Thompson at Georgetown (1984)