Chuck Evans (basketball)

Charles Lee " Chuck" Evans ( born December 17, 1971 in Atlanta, Georgia ) is a German basketball coach, who is a native of the United States. Evans has since 2003, the German citizenship.

Players at college

Evans began his studies in Virginia at Old Dominion University and later moved to Mississippi so that he paused a year as a player due to the regulations of the NCAA. For the Bulldogs of MSU, he scored an average of eight assists per game and is the all-time top ten of most templates in a game with the Bulldogs alone five times represented.

Professional playing career

After college, Evans played in the USBL for the Trojans his native city, which in 1994 & 1995 respectively inferior in the championship finals this league. In the 1994/95 season Evans had an engagement with top Russian club CSKA Moscow, who won the Russian championship that season. After further engagements in the USBL and the International Basketball League in his native country in 1998 Evans moved to Hagen in the German Basketball Bundesliga. With nearly 15 points and 7 assists per game also came his strengths to the fore, he faced the victorious Giants Leverkusen even increase somewhat in the play-off qualifying round, where he in two games almost 25 points and over 8 Assists had on average. For the following season, he was obliged to Leverkusen and reached the Giants the final of the German Cup, which was lost in 2000 against then- champion series ALBA Berlin. In the Cup final tournament third place was achieved. In the following season, he retired with Leverkusen already in the championship semi-final against Telekom Baskets Bonn. Evans left Germany to France and later played in Poland, before he returned to Brandt Hagen in early 2003. Hagen was in the 2002/ 03 did not qualify for the play- offs for the German championship, but defended in the qualifying round his ninth successful. In season break Evans stood before a move to Greece, but before he returned yet to Hagen. Following the insolvency of Hagen in December 2003, he finally played for the rest of the 2003/04 season as a reserve player ( an average of 10 minutes of playing time per game) for the series champion Alba Berlin, after seven years of missed the championship for the first time and as the main round first in the semifinals eliminated against GHP Bamberg. The following season, Evans first played in Spain before joining the year in the BBL to Karlsruhe. Even with the BG Karlsruhe Evans was no longer a starter, so his play a good 20 minutes playing time, two to three assists and just five points on average stagnated. After a trip to Ireland Evans was in the second basketball league in the season 2006/ 07 as experienced point guard briefly active for the young blacksmith from Ehingen, which recruits its players mainly from boarding the Urspringschule. However, Evans got an offer from Trier to play higher class and was again active for four games in the BBL. After the four -week trial contract was not renewed, Evans moved to the northern group of the second league to MBC from Weissenfels. To the beginning of the season 2007/ 08 Evans signed a two-year contract with West regional league Konstantin Elephants from Grevenbroich. Even before the start of the season, he asked for the termination of his contract in order to complete his studies in the UK can and continued his playing career with the Wolves Worcester continued. In the following season he played for two other British clubs, before he returned early in the season 2009/10 as a coach to Worcester.


His first engagement as coach of the Worcester Wolves is overshadowed by racism allegations, therefore, Evans should have fixed price criticized the setting of the fair-skinned players. As a result, Evans was dismissed at the Wolves and took over the vacated by the dismissal of Keith Gray coaching job at the German regional league BSW Sixers from Sander village. The end of September 2010, Evans decided to take his post as head coach distance and returned with his pregnant wife in the United States. His successor in Sander village was Stephen Arigbabu.