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Harold Bradley (basketball)

Harold Bradley (basketball)

American basketball coach
Harold Bradley (basketball)
The basics

Quick Facts

Intro American basketball coach
Was Sports coach Basketball coach
From United States of America
Type Sports
Gender male
Birth 20 November 1911
Death 6 November 1985 (aged 74 years)
The details


Harold Bradley (November 20, 1911 – November 6, 1985) was a college basketball coach for Duke University and the University of Texas at Austin.

Personal life

Bradley graduated from Hartwick College in 1934, where he was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity.


Harold Bradley coached for three years at Hartwick prior to gaining the head coaching job at Duke.

Bradley coached Duke Blue Devils men's basketball legend Dick Groat during his nine-year tenure with the Blue Devils, which spanned from 1950 to 1959 and resulted in Duke's first NCAA tournament appearances. In nine seasons, his lifetime record at Duke is 167-78.

Bradley was hired as the Texas Longhorns men's basketball coach in 1959 and led the Longhorns to two NCAA Tournaments as a result of winning the Southwest Conference outright twice in eight years. His 1964-65 team also tied for the conference championship.

Bradley's 1960 and 1963 Longhorns teams made the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament. The 1960 team ended up finishing fourth regionally, while the 1963 squad was third. In eight seasons, his lifetime record at Texas is 125-73.

Head coaching record

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Duke Blue Devils (Southern Conference) (1950–1953)
1950–51 Duke 20-13 13-6 T-4th
1951–52 Duke 24-6 13-3 3rd
1952–53 Duke 17-8 12-4 6th
Duke Blue Devils (Atlantic Coast Conference) (1953–1959)
1953–54 Duke 21-6 9-1 1st
1954–55 Duke 20-8 11-3 2nd NCAA First Round
1955–56 Duke 19-7 10-4 4th
1956–57 Duke 13-11 8-6 3rd
1957–58 Duke 18-7 11-3 1st
1958–59 Duke 13-12 7-7 T-3rd
Duke: 165–78 (.679) 94–37 (.718)
Texas Longhorns (Southwest Conference) (1959–1967)
1959–60 Texas 18-8 11-3 1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1960–61 Texas 14-10 8-6 4th
1961–62 Texas 16-8 8-6 4th
1962–63 Texas 20-7 13-1 1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1963–64 Texas 15-9 8-6 T-3rd
1964–65 Texas 16-9 10-4 T-1st
1965–66 Texas 12-12 7-7 T-4th
1966–67 Texas 14-10 8-6 T-2nd
Texas: 125–73 (.631) 71–39 (.645)
Total: 290–151 (.658)

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

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