San Jose State grad to manage logistics for the Mavericks hoops program
Moore is responsible for managing logistics associated with the program, including team travel, uniforms and equipment, video operations, advance scouting and community outreach efforts. He serves as an operational liaison between the program and the athletic department's business and operations units and assists with team academic monitoring and progress.
Moore has served in a variety of coaching and player development capacities over the previous 13 years. He started his career as an assistant coach at Seaside (Calif.) High School in 2005. Since that time, he coached youth and college basketball, worked as a trainer and a player development coach and spent time with the Denver Nuggets during its 2010 Summer League and preseason training camp.
Moore graduated from San Jose State in 2005 with a bachelor's degree in sociology. During his time as a Spartan, he was a 2-year letterwinner under former NBA and University of Arizona assistant coach Phil Johnson. After graduation, Moore played three seasons for semiprofessional teams in the ABA and the IBL.
A native of Fresno, Calif., Moore, along with future NBA first round draft selections DeShawn Stevenson and Chris Jeffries, earned a state title at Washington Union High School in 1999. He spent two seasons at Fresno City College before transferring to SJSU.
Moore married his wife, Natalie, in 2004. The couple has three sons, Levi, Sawyer and Josiah.
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