Lindsey Hardingn

Lindsey Harding

Assistant Coach/Player Development Coach

Lindsey Harding begins her first season as an assistant coach/player development coach. She joins the Kings as she adds experience at the professional level as a player and coach, most recently was the Player Development coach for the Philadelphia 76ers beginning in April.

Harding adds over a decade of basketball experience at the professional level as a player and coach, most recently serving as a player development coach for the Philadelphia 76ers beginning in April. Prior to her promotion, Harding worked as the NBA’s first African American female pro personnel scout for Philadelphia (2018-19) following a nineyear career in the WNBA.

The Houston, Texas native averaged 9.8 points (.414 FG%, .252 3pt%, .755 FT%), 2.9 rebounds, 4.0 assists, 1.1 steals and 28.7 minutes per game in 270 career games (210 starts) for Minnesota (2007-08), Washington (2009-10), Atlanta (2011-12), Los Angeles (2013-14), New York (2016) and Phoenix (2016). She also played internationally in Turkey, Lithuania, Russia and participated in the 2016 Summer Olympic Games as an integral part of the Belarus women’s national basketball team. Harding was selected first overall in the 2007 WNBA Draft after playing for Duke from 2002-07 where she earned the 2007 Naismith College Player of the Year award, had her No. 10 retired and was enshrined into the Duke Athletics Hall of Fame in 2018, becoming the third women’s basketball student-athlete to be inducted.

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