Bruce Kreutzer

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Bruce Kreutzer
Charlotte Hornets
Position Assistant coach
League NBA
Personal information
Born 1950 (age 67)
Nationality American
Career information
College New Paltz (1970–1972)
Position Point guard
Career history
As coach:
?–? Queens University (assistant)
?–? UNC Charlotte (assistant)
?–? Garinger HS
?–2006 Massanutten Military Academy
2006–2008 Atlanta Vision
20082010 Philadelphia 76ers (shooting consultant)
2015–present Charlotte Hornets (assistant)
Career highlights and awards

As head coach:

Bruce Kreutzer is an American basketball coach and former player, currently working as an assistant coach for the Charlotte Hornets of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Coaching career[edit]

Kreutzer served as an assistant coach at Queens University – reaching the NCAA Division II Final Four in 2003 – and UNC Charlotte.[1] He also has been head coach at Garinger High School where he won the 4A Boys State High School title in 1989 and then served as head coach at Massanutten Military Academy (Woodstock, Virginia), leading his team to a No. 9 ranking nationally in 2006 and developing more than 20 NCAA Division I college players during his tenure.[1] In total, Kreutzer amassed more than 300 wins at the high school and prep levels.

In 2006, Kreutzer joined former Charlotte Hornets assistant coach and four-time NBA All-Star Mark Price to form the Mark Price Shooting Lab at the Suwanee Sports Academy in Atlanta, where he served as lead shooting instructor and player development coach.[2] Kruetzer’s professional experience also includes serving as the head coach of the ABA’s Atlanta Vision (2006-2008), where the team won the Southern Division and made an Elite Eight appearance.[1]


Kreutzer also served as a shooting consultant for the NBA D-League (2008-2011) and the Philadelphia 76ers (2008-2010).[1]

On July 2, 2015, Kreutzer signed with the Charlotte Hornets to become an assistant coach.[3]


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