After serving as a college basketball analyst for ESPN since 2014, ex-basketball coach at Oregon State Craig Robinson will now work for the Milwaukee Bucks organization. He will serve as the Vice President of Player and Organizational Development for the team. The Bucks finished last season 33-49 with, failing to reach the playoffs after expectations were high after a 41-41 finish in 2014. Robinson will look to help guide this young team back to the playoffs.
Robinson’s tenure at Oregon State was underwhelming. He coached from 2008-2014 and finished with a 93-104 record (39-69 in PAC-12 play) and only having a record above .500 once in 2011-12 where the team finished 21-15. He failed to reach the NCAA tournament, instead taking the Beavers to 4 College Basketball Invitational tournaments, winning the CBI Championship in 2009 against UTEP. He coached at Brown University for two seasons before coming to Corvallis, tallying a record of 30-28 overall and 17-11 in Ivy League play.