College - Indiana
Micah Nori joins the Kings as an assistant coach on Head Coach Michael Malone’s staff after 15 seasons with the Toronto Raptors organization, serving the last four as an assistant coach. In addition to his duties on the bench, Nori was responsible for overseeing all scouting operations.
In his previous roles as director of NBA scouting and advance scout, Nori managed all upcoming opponent preparation for both the coaching staff and players. He also served as an assistant to the Raptors coaching staff from 1998-2000 following a successful collegiate baseball career at Indiana University.
As a Hoosier, Nori was a four-year starter and captain of the 1996 Big Ten Championship team. He finished his career with a .305 batting average and 127 RBIs, ranking in the top-20 in IU annals in several offensive categories. He went on to receive a Master’s Degree in Sports Organization from Miami (OH) University.
Nori and his wife, Melissa, have a son, Dante’, and a daughter, Mia.