Coach Bio

Michael Douglas
College - Morehouse
Michael Douglas joined the Dream for the 2014 season after spending the past three seasons as the Head Athletic Trainer for the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA’s Development League, while also serving as the President of the NBA D-League’s Athletic Trainer Association. Prior to his stint in Santa Cruz, Douglas spent three seasons with the D-League’s Reno Bighorns, and had also previously worked with the D-League’s Albuquerque Thunderbirds.

Douglas also spent time as the Athletic Trainer for Men’s Basketball for N.J.I.T., and was Director of Sports Medicine and Head Athletic Trainer for the WNBA’s Houston Comets in 2007. He also spent three seasons as the Memphis Grizzlies’ Assistant Trainer, Strength and Conditioning Assistant and Equipment Manager, after serving as Head Trainer in the International Basketball League. Douglas worked four seasons as an intern with the Buffalo Bills of the NFL, as a Graduate Assistant at Morehouse College, and a Student Assistant with USA Women’s Basketball during the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.

Douglas holds a Bachelor’s degree in health and physical education from Morehouse College and a Master’s degree in exercise physiology from Life University, and is currently working on his Doctorate in Athletic Training from the University of Idaho. He is also an Officer in the United States Navy Reserve.


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