The Golden State Warriors have promoted Aaron Miles, who has served as a conduct manager of a Santa Cruz Warriors for a past dual seasons (2017-19), to actor growth manager on Steve Kerr’s staff with a Golden State Warriors. Additionally, Kris Weems has been named a new conduct manager of a Santa Cruz Warriors.
Weems will be a fourth conduct manager in Santa Cruz Warriors history, next Miles (2017-19), Casey Hill (2013-17) and Nate Bjorkgren (2012-13). Weems, a Kansas City native, has served as an partner manager for a NBA G League associate of Golden State for a past dual seasons and is stability his second army with a Warriors organization, formerly portion as a actor growth manager and executive from 2011-2014.
Over a final dual NBA G League seasons, Miles warranted a 57-43 record, including a league-high-tying 34-16 record and Pacific Division pretension in 2018-19. During his tenure, Miles guided 5 players to NBA G League Call Ups.
“We are anxious to foster Aaron Miles and Kris Weems into new roles within a Warriors organization,” pronounced Santa Cruz Warriors General Manager Kent Lacob. “Over a past dual seasons, Aaron and Kris excelled in their roles and have been contributors to a team’s on-court success. Kris has warranted a event to showcase his care and believe as conduct manager of a Santa Cruz Warriors for a 2019-20 deteriorate and beyond.”
Before fasten Santa Cruz, Miles served as an partner manager during Florida Gulf Coast University, assisting a Eagles to a 26-8 record and a berth in a 2017 NCAA Division we Men’s Basketball Tournament. Miles enjoyed an shining personification career during a University of Kansas, where he led a Jayhawks to a 110-28 record and back-to-back NCAA Tournament Final Four appearances in 2002 and 2003, as good as a KU and Big 12 record for career assists with 954.
“I’m unapproachable to see Kris acquire this well-deserved graduation to conduct manager of a Santa Cruz Warriors,” pronounced Miles. “In a dual seasons together, Kris played a large partial in formulating a winning enlightenment in Santa Cruz that felt like a close family. Kris has always been a dynamic voice in a locker room who was reputable for his discernment into a game, and is prepared to lead this authorization to success.”
Before fasten a Santa Cruz Warriors, Weems spent 3 years as executive of entertainment for a Menlo School in Atherton, California (2014-17). In 4 collegiate seasons during Stanford, Weems averaged 10.0 points, 2.4 rebounds and 1.9 assists over 124 games to lead a Cardinals to 4 uninterrupted NCAA Tournament appearances and a outing to a 1998 Final Four.
“I’m shamed to be a conduct manager of a Santa Cruz Warriors,” pronounced Weems. “I’m grateful for a event to learn from and work with Aaron Miles as good as Steve Kerr and his staff over a final dual seasons. We’ll continue to build on a organization’s success both on a justice and in a Santa Cruz community.”