Brandon Chambers

Director of Basketball Operations
Brandon Chambers

Nevada head men’s basketball coach Eric Musselman has promoted Brandon Chambers to Director of Basketball Operations for the Wolf Pack.  Last season, Chambers was the Video Coordinator for the Pack.

Chambers comes to Nevada from Paul VI High School located in Fairfax, Va. where he helped guide the team to a 20-14 record and 10-8 mark in the Washington Capital Athletic Conference as an assistant basketball coach.  The Panthers earned a spot in the WCAC playoffs.

For two seasons, 2013-15, he worked as an assistant coach at Marymount University in Arlington, Va.  In his first season the Saints improved nine wins from seven to 16.  The squad finished the year 16-12 overall and 7-9 in the Capital Athletic Conference.  In year two the team went 19-7 (13-5 CAC) to set the schools record for wins in a season.

Chambers spent two seasons as an assistant coach at Misericordia University in Dallas, Pa.  The team captured the Middle Atlantic Conference Championship with a 21-7 and earned a trip to the NCAA III tournament his first season.  In year two the squad posted a 13-13 record and reached the MAC Freedom semifinals.

He attended Virginia Commonwealth University and was a manager working with the men’s basketball team.  The 2010 squad won the College Basketball Invitational and finished the year 27-9.  The next season while working as a student assistant coach the Rams advanced to the Final Four after winning the 2011 Southwest Regional.  VCU knocked off USC, Georgetown, Purdue, Florida State and Kansas to reach Houston.  The Rams earned the ESPN ESPY Award for “Best Upset” after defeating top-seeded Kansas in the NCAA tournament quarterfinals.

A summer basketball camp veteran he has worked at Five-Star, Hoop Mountain, Hoop Group Elite, and Hoop Group Top 100’s in Northern Virginia, New York, Metro, Philadelphia, and in the New England area.  He has also worked camps at VCU, George Washington, Virginia, George Mason, Pittsburgh, Radford, Kentucky, Connecticut, and the Wootten Camp at Bishop O’Connell High School.

Chamber’s graduated from VCU in 2011 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration.