The Curley name is legendary in Massachusetts basketball circles, and at the core of that legend is Bill Curley. A high school star, Bill led his team to the Massachusetts State Championship during his junior year at Duxbury High School. The following year, he was named to the McDonald’s All-American Team.
At Boston College, Bill was named Big East Rookie of the Year and later went on to be a member of Team USA, winning the World Championship in the 22-and-under division. As a senior, Bill led his team to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament, knocking off Dean Smith’s #1 ranked North Carolina and Bobby Knight’s Indiana along the way. Bill was the second player in B.C.’s history to score more than 2000 career points.
Bill was an NBA first-round draft pick in 1994. He has played for the Detroit Pistons, Minnesota Timberwolves, and the Golden State Warriors; he has attended and lectured at hundreds of camps nationwide. Over the years, Bill has worked with some of the best players and coaches in basketball history; these include Dave Cowens, Kevin McHale, Antawn Jamison, Hakeem Olajuwon, Joe Dumars, Grant Hill and Kevin Garnett, among others.