MILWAUKEE, May 14 (UPI) -- Kelvin Sampson, forced to resign as coach of the Indiana Hoosiers in the midst of the 2007-2008 season, will join the Milwaukee Bucks as an assistant.
The NCAA released a list of allegations against the Indiana program Feb. 13, including a series of telephone recruiting calls made by Sampson that were violations of college basketball guidelines.
Sampson has never held a coaching position in the NBA. He was in his second season with Indiana when he resigned.
His 25-year collegiate coaching career included 12 seasons at Oklahoma. His career record is 498-272.