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   Steve Brown

Director Minnesota Region,
Minnesota Timber Wolves &
Minnesota Lynx Youth Hoops
Contact Info: 

(612) 673-1699 (office)
(763) 438-9511 (mobile)

Height 5’10”
Weight 185
Date of Birth 11/26/1955 

Jim Petersen, Post, Power Forward, played nine years in the NBA, currently NBA Minnesota Timberwolves TV Analyst
John Shasky, Post, Power Forward, played three years in the NBA
Nakia Sanford, Post, currently plays for Washington Mystics/WNBA

• Assistant Basketball Coach, South Dakota State University
• Assistant Basketball Coach, Dickinson State College
• Assistant Basketball Coach, University of Minnesota
• Head Basketball Coach, Michigan Tech University
• Currently, Minnesota Timberwolves Community Basketball Specialist
• Coached and trained players at all levels, Youth basketball, High School Basketball, College basketball, AAU Basketball

• South Dakota State University 1974-1978
• Junior Year 1977- averaged 20.4 ppg, led the NCC (North Central Conference) in scoring
• Senior year 1978- averaged 19.7 ppg
• 1st team all regional
• Currently rank 4th on all-time scoring list at SDSU (left SDSU as #2 all-time)
• South Dakota College Athlete of he Year 1978
• Basketball-1st team 1970’s South Dakota College Basketball Team of Decade
• MVP-North Central Conference Tournament 1978
• Baseball-MVP North Central Conference 1978


• Hamlin High School, Hayti South Dakota
• 49-5 record Junior and Senior season
• Won State Championship in 1974
• 3-time 1st team all-state
• 3-time 1st team all-conference
• Scored 50 points in Semi-Finals of State Tourney (record)
• Averaged 33 ppg Senior year
• Averaged 30 ppg Sophomore through Senior year
• Currently in top ten of South Dakota High School Scorers

• 3-time 1st team all-state

• Charter Member of the South Dakota High School Basketball Hall of Fame – 2010
• South Dakota State University Athletic Hall of Fame – 2010
• South Dakota Sports Hall of Fame – April 2012

No Kids
Hobbies-coaching and teaching basketball, playing golf, movies, hanging with people


Director of fundraiser for Egelstons Children Hospital in Atlanta
United Way
Susan G Komen Race for the Cure (Breast Cancer)
Participated in many Fundraiser Events


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