ATLANTA (AP) - The Continental Basketball Association today announced today that former Georgia Tech point guard Kenny Anderson has been named the head coach of the Atlanta Krunk, which is to begin play in the minor league next season.
Anderson averaged 26 points per game as a sophomore at Georgia Tech and helped lead his team to the Final Four in 1990. Anderson was the second overall pick in the N-B-A draft in 1991 by the New Jersey Nets and spent 14 seasons with nine franchises, including the Atlanta Hawks.
The terms of Anderson's contract are confidential according to CBA rules. Former C&C Music Factory lead vocalist Freedom Williams is the Krunk's franchise majority owner.
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