After one season at Western Kentucky, former North Carolina basketball player Shammond Williams has stepped down from his assistant coach post, according to a report.
Former UNC star Shammond Williams is resigning from his assistant coaching position at Western Kentucky, per a source.
— Evan Daniels (@EvanDaniels) July 3, 2017
Williams joined the staff at WKU for the 2016-17 season after three years at Tulane, a tenure that followed one year at Furman.
Williams played four seasons at North Carolina, helping lead the Tar Heels to three Final Four appearances. HE averaged 16.8 points per game in his final season, during which UNC went 34-4. In his four years, Williams averaged 10.7 points and 3.0 assists per game.
He set the UNC school record for single-season free-throw percentage and made a school-record 233 3-pointers.
Williams went on to play 13 years of professional basketball between the NBA and over seasons. He played with seven NBA teams in his career after being picked in the second round of the 1998 NBA Draft by the Chicago Bulls.