Bucks Assistant Graduates from Texas Tech, More than 20 Years After Playing There

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Former Milwaukee Bucks player and current assistant coach Darvin Ham was one of 13 current and former Texas Tech athletes who graduated from Texas Tech University over the weekend. 

Ham, who shattered the backboard during an earth-shaking dunk in 1995, led the Texas Tech Red Raiders to their first-ever Sweet Sixteen in 1996. 

Ham, who is from Saginaw, Michigan, played for the Milwaukee Bucks from 2000-2002 and was on the Bucks team that game within a quarter of reaching the 2001 NBA Finals. Ham subsequently won an NBA Championship as a member of the 2004 Detroit Pistons before retiring from the NBA in 2005. 

He is currently a top assistant for the Milwaukee Bucks.

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