College - Georgia Southern

Michael Curry is in his third season as associate head coach of the Sixers. Prior to joining the Sixers, Curry was head coach of the Detroit Pistons in 2008-09, taking them to the playoffs in his only season at the helm.

Curry played 11 seasons in the NBA and spent four years as President of the NBA Players Association. He was also an assistant coach for the Pistons in 2007-08, the NBA Development League’s Vice President of Player Development in 2005-06 and the NBA Vice President of Basketball Operations in 2006-07.

Following his senior season at Georgia Southern in 1989-90, Curry went undrafted and did not make his NBA debut until a brief 10-game stint with the Sixers at the start of the 1993-94 season. It wasn’t until he joined the Doug Collins coached Pistons during the 1995-96 season that Curry began to carve his niche in the league.

Curry and his wife, Katrina, have four children, Xavier, Ashley, Michael Jr. and Crysten.