December 24, 2010
Warriors Hire Lloyd Pierce As Assistant Coach
Santa Clara University Product Has Spent Previous Three Seasons With Cleveland Cavaliers

Lloyd Pierce spent the last three seasons with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Golden State Warriors have hired Lloyd Pierce as an assistant coach, the team announced today. Pierce joins the Warriors after spending the previous three seasons as the player development coordinator for the Cleveland Cavaliers, where he worked closely with the team’s players on individual skill development.

A Bay Area native from San Jose, Pierce attended Santa Clara University from 1994-1998, where he was a four-year letterman and helped lead the Broncos to a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances. Following his college career, Pierce played professionally in Mexico, Australia and Germany before returning to Santa Clara to join the team’s coaching staff under Dick Davey.

Pierce, 34, fills the vacancy on the Warriors coaching staff that was created when assistant coach Stephen Silas left the team to join his father Paul’s staff with the Charlotte Bobcats. Paul Silas was named interim head coach of the Bobcats on Wednesday.