A man of great integrity: mr. Randy Pfund and his visit to Macedonia
_The Macedonian sports scene had the pleasure to welcome one of the greatest renown names in basketball, mr. Randy Pfund. Integrity Alpha & Omega had the opportunity to host this great coach and to learn a lot from his extensive career. He met the youth team of the Strumica basketball club named ABA, as well as the seniors during the event ABA Youth day. He held a short seminar, where he shared stories about his career as coach in the most prestigious basketball league in the world, the NBA series.
During his stay, he met some public figures from the Macedonian sports and political scene, and also he had a TV appearance where he said only but good words about his stay, and the Macedonian country.
Randell "Randy" Pfund (born December 29, 1951 in Oak Park, Illinois) is an American former National Basketball Association (NBA) head coach and a former NBA executive. He was an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Lakers under Pat Riley and Mike Dunleavy, and was the team's head coach during the 1992–93 and 1993–94 seasons, although he was let go near the end of his second season, being replaced for the remainder of the year by Magic Johnson. He was the general manager for the Miami Heat until September 29, 2008.
Pfund played college basketball at Wheaton College, where he amassed a cumulative scoring average of well over double figures, averaging nearly 25 points per game in his senior season.
Below is a short gallery showing some of the activities that mr. Randy have had during his stay in Macedonia. Enjoy!