|No. 15, 10, 32, 6|
August 4, 1961 |
|Listed height||6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)|
|Listed weight||185 lb (84 kg)|
|High school||Pasadena (Pasadena, California)|
|NBA draft||1983 / Round: 3 / Pick: 53rd overall|
|Selected by the Golden State Warriors|
|1983–1984||Puerto Rico Coquis (CBA)|
|1985–1986||Florida Stingers (CBA)|
|1986–1988||Portland Trail Blazers|
|1990–1991||Tulsa Fast Breakers (CBA)|
|1991–1992||Tri-City Chinook (CBA)|
|2001–2006||University of Portland|
|Stats at Basketball-Reference.com|
Michael David "Mike" Holton (born August 4, 1961) is a retired American professional basketball player, and current television studio analyst for the Portland Trail Blazers of the NBA. Born in Seattle, Washington, he played college basketball at UCLA from 1979 to 1983, and was selected in the third round of the 1983 NBA Draft by the Golden State Warriors, but began his NBA career with the Phoenix Suns in 1984–85. Holton, a 6'4" 185 lb (84 kg) guard, also spent his career with the Chicago Bulls, Portland Trail Blazers, and Charlotte Hornets. He also played in the CBA for four different teams in as many seasons from 1983 to 1992. He started 60 games for the expansion Charlotte Hornets. Holton briefly played for Great Taste Coffee in the Philippine Basketball Association.
In 2001, Holton became head coach of the University of Portland men's basketball team, where he had served as an assistant coach in 1994–95. He was also an assistant coach at Pasadena City College in 1993–94, at Oregon State University in 1995–96, and at UCLA from 1996 until 2001.
In 2013, Holton became coach of the MAC Masters basketball team, where he's earned two PCAC titles and a 2013 National Championship.
Head coaching record
|Portland (West Coast Conference) (2001–2006)|
- Holton Accepts Head Coaching Position at University of Portland
- PDF (101 KiB); retrieved April 16, 2007
- Michael Holton UCLA Bruins profile
- Reveno spent nine seasons as Stanford assistant, ESPN.com, published April 10, 2006
- "Coach Michael Holton fired", by Ben McCarty, University of Portland's The Beacon, published March 24, 2006