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Cliff Levingston

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The United States Basketball League , Inc.

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The United States Basketball League , Inc.

183 Plains Rd Ste 2

Milford, Connecticut,06461

United States

Company Description

The United States Basketball League, Inc. is the first and only publicly-owned professional sports League currently trading on the Over The Counter under the symbol USBL. The League is unique in its structure both as a publicly traded company and by virtue of ... more

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Employment History

Head Coach

Dodge City Roundup Inc


Assistant Coach

Cagerz


Affiliations

Bulls

Member of the First Dynasty Team


Wichita State University Shocker Hall of Fame

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www.usbl.com

Assistant Coach: Cliff Levingston


dodgecitylegend.com [cached]

Legend Head Coach Cliff Levingston has trimmed the 20-plus man training camp roster to the 12 players who will open the 2002 season.
"Jeff was very high on him and it didn't take long for Mike to sell himself to (Legend head coach) Cliff (Levingston)." December 15, 2001 - Cliff Levingston, a Hall of Famer at Wichita State University and a two-time NBA Champion with the Chicago Bulls as a player, was named today as the head coach of the United States Basketball League's Dodge City Legend. Levingston was former Legend head coach Kent Davison's assistant on last year's Legend squad. Levingston, who had his number retired and is a member of the Wichita State University Shocker Hall of Fame, spent 11 seasons in the NBA and won two World Championships with the Chicago Bulls as a key reserve on the 1991 and 1992 title teams. "Cliff was on our radar screen before last season when we thought that Kent would not be able to come back. Last year gave Cliff a chance to come back to Kansas. He connected so well with our fans that I am excited to give him a chance at his first pro head coaching position." After being the ninth overall pick of the Detroit Pistons in the NBA draft, Levingston played two seasons in Detroit, then six seasons with the Atlanta Hawks before joining the Bulls as an unrestricted free agent. After two seasons overseas, Levingston finished his NBA career with the Denver Nuggets in 1995. His best season was in 1987-88 when he averaged a career-best 10 points per game, 6.1 rebounds, and shot 56 percent from the field (eighth in the NBA) with Atlanta. He ranks fourth among the Hawks' all-time field goal percentage leaders at .528. Levingston said. "I'm trying to get to the level where I am comfortable being a head coach and ultimately getting to the NBA." Levingston assisted Davison last winter with the Fort Wayne Fury on the CBA before joining the Legend staff. He is currently an assistant coach with the College of St. Francis in Fort Wayne, IN. He began his collegiate career in Kansas two over two decades ago and now returns to begin his pro coaching career. "It seems like all roads lead back to Kansas. Levingston said. "I started on my quest to make it to the pro ranks as a player in Kansas, and now I start my pro coaching career in Kansas." Levingston takes over an organization that has posted a 42-24 record, with a USBL Championship and runner-up finish in their first two seasons in Dodge City.


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The Steelheads, formerly of the Continental Basketball Association, added more excitement to the day by tabbing former Chicago Bulls' standout Cliff Levingston as their new head coach.
Levingston, a member of two Chicago Bulls NBA championship teams, served as an assistant coach with Jaren Jackson on last year's Gary squad which advanced to the CBA Finals and more recently served as an assistant coach for the Kansas Cagerz in 2006. Cliff also coached in Dodge City, as the head coach in 2002 and 2003 he complied a 37-23 record for the Legend. "We are confident that Coach Levingston will build an entertaining and competitive basketball team for Gary and all of Northwest Indiana," said Harris, Jr.


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Levingston Leads The LegendThursday, December 20, 2001 6:59AMFormer Chicago Bulls player Cliff Levingston has been named head coach of the United States Basketball League's Dodge City Legend.Levingston played eleven seasons in the N-B-A and was a member of the 1991 and 1992 Chicago Bulls N-B-A championship teams.His number was retired at Wichita State.Bulls Look To Become Road WarriorsThursday, December 20, 2001 6:58AMThe Chicago Bulls are in Toronto to take on the Raptors tonight.The Bulls are still winless in 13 road games this season.Toronto played last night, beating Indiana 102-to-90.Hawks Slice The Sabres


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Cliff Levingston, a Hall of Famer at Wichita State and two-time NBA champion with the Chicago Bulls, was named head coach of the Dodge City Legend of the USBL.Levingston last year assisted Kent Davison, who left the Legend to become coach of the Roanoke Dazzle of the NBA's developmental league, the NBDL. Levingston, a San Diego native who played 11 seasons in the NBA, currently is an assistant with the College of St. Francis in Fort Wayne, Ind. "It seems like all roads lead back to Kansas," he said."I started on my quest to make it to the pro ranks as a player in Kansas, and now I start my pro coaching career in Kansas." In two seasons, the Legend have posted a 42-24 record with a USBL championship and runner-up finish.


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