Men's Basketball Coaches

Interim Head Coach: Kelly Love

Assistant Coach Kelly Love

Interim Head Coach Kelly Love

Kelly Love joined the MCC coaching staff starting with the 2012-13 season. He came highly recommended by Scots' Head Coach Jason Robinson. If his name sounds familiar, it's because he's the second oldest son of NBA superstar and Chicago Bulls legend, Bob Love. For the past 10 years, Coach Love has been coaching Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) basketball programs, training boys and girls to prepare them for life and their transition to intercollegiate athletics.

Love's college basketball career began in 1987, when he played at Moberly Area Community College, MO. While there, he played in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Division I national championship tournament in Hutchinson, KS. As a sophomore, Love played at Southeast Community College in Nebraska where he earned his Associate in Arts degree along with receiving a scholarship offer to attend Grambling State University, an NCAA Division I school in Grambling, Louisiana.

In 1991, Love was offered tryout opportunities with the Utah Jazz and the Seattle SuperSonics, both NBA teams. As a product of community college basketball and academics, Love is a fine role model; he's dedicated to the sport of basketball and to the overall success and development of the young men participating in the program.

Interim Head Coach: Kelly Love

Assistant Coach: Ryan Skinner


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