Bruce Fraser

Player Development Coach

Bruce Fraser is in his second season as a player development coach for the Golden State Warriors. In this role, he oversees all aspects of the players’ skill and strategic development, and also prepares team and player scouting reports for upcoming opponents.

Fraser, 50, joined the Warriors prior to the 2014-15 campaign and worked closely on-court with the players on individual skill development during the team’s championship season.

Previously, Fraser coached at both the college and professional levels, having worked at the University of Arizona under Lute Olson (1987-90), the University of Missouri under Quin Snyder (1999-2000) and the Indiana Pacers under Larry Brown (1994-95). Additionally, he served as a scout for the Phoenix Suns from 2004-10.

The Long Beach, CA, native was a teammate of Warriors Head Coach Steve Kerr at the University of Arizona, where Fraser played from 1983-87.


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