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Corliss Williamson Hired As Kings’ Assistant Coach

by Glenn Erby | Posted on Friday, August 2nd, 2013
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Central Arkansas v UNLV

Big Nasty has decided to come home.

Sactown Royalty is reporting that Corliss Williamson has agreed to become an assistant coach for the Kings.  Williamson is reportedly leaving his job as head coach of Central Arkansas for the opportunity.

Williamson was drafted by the Kings in 1995 and played more than five seasons for them.

In Detroit Williamson was the 2002 Sixth Man of the Year and was part of the 2004 Pistons title team.

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