This article is part of our Draft Kit series.
In addition to the two major chains of coaching changes this offseason, there are a number of "name" coaches who have found their way to colleges. As is the custom in the coaching profession, there were plenty of retreads. Many of the coaches on this list have downsized from the major college programs and there a few first-timers who have plenty of experience from the NBA. You may not see these teams in March, but each situation should be interesting to watch.
Mike Dunleavy Sr., Tulane Green Wave
Let me state my bias from the outset: Dunleavey was my least favorite NBA coach for a long time because he led my Milwaukee Bucks to an average of 26.8 wins over four seasons when my fandom was at its highest in the mid-90s. His biggest decision was to take Glenn Robinson over Grant Hill and Jason Kidd in the 1994 draft, which was defensible at the time. Now, he takes over Tulane in his first foray as a college coach. Expectations for the Green Wave are limited, but senior guard Malik Morgan (12.2 points, 5.5 rebounds) could be in for a nice season.
Terry Porter, Portland Pilots
Porter is another former Buck coach who has taken the long and winding road to the college ranks. He led the Bucks to 71 wins over two seasons from 2003-05 and tried to replace Mike D'Antoni in Phoenix. Porter spent 10 years in Portland as a player and was a two-time All Star with