Report: Clemson to hire Rhode Island assistant coach


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Brownell will get a new assistant coach
Brownell will get a new assistant coach

Clemson Basketball will hire Rhode Island assistant coach Antonio Reynolds-Dean according to college basketball insider Jon Rothstein. The 40-year old will fill the vacancy after former Clemson assistant Mike Winiecki was let go after the season.

Reynolds-Dean coached at College of Charleston in 2014-15 besides his last two-year stint coaching at Rhode Island. During his college playing days, he was a standout performer for the Rams scoring over 1000 points. After college, he played nine seasons professionally including stints in Europe and in Argentina.


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