Anthony Carter has joined the coaching staff of the Miami Heat as Player Development Coach.
Carter will be involved in all aspects of player development for the Heat and implementing Miami’s player development and mentorship programs with the Heat’s G League affiliate, the Sioux Falls Skyforce.
Carter was recently an assistant coach with the Skyforce the last two seasons after serving as assistant coach with the Sacramento Kings (2015-16) and the Austin Spurs (2013-15). Carter, whose career spanned 13 years and 623 games (181 starts), spent his first four NBA seasons with the Heat, appearing in 246 regular season games (80 starts). He helped Miami to a pair of postseason appearances where he set the record for the most assists in a three-game series against the Detroit Pistons in the 2000 First Round matchup. After his stint in Miami, he went on to play with San Antonio, Minnesota, Denver, New York and Toronto.