Former USC assistant basketball coach James Holland is being considered for an assistant’s job on Brad Brownell’s staff at Clemson according to a source. Holland has been contacted by the Clemson staff and is strongly interested in joining the Tigers according to the source. Holland last coached at Alabama on Mark Gottfried’s staff. He spent last season working at the university. Holland also has had coaching stops at USC, Georgia, UTEP, San Diego State, Murray State, UNC Asheville, and at his alma mater of USC Upstate. Holland was a four year starter for what was then called USC Spartanburg and led the Rifles to the 1982 NAIA National Championship. He also played with the Harlem Globetrotters.
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