David Hollander, JD, is an assistant dean and clinical professor with the Tisch Institute for Global Sport at New York University and received NYU’s highest faculty honor, the Distinguished Teaching Award. His innovative courses have been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, SLAM, Axios, and CBS News. He sits on advisory boards for espnW, The Earl Monroe New Renaissance Basketball School,
Our Savior Lutheran School, FIBA Foundation,
and the NYU Entrepreneurial Institute. He persuaded the Pope to recognize the first-ever Saint of Basketball and founded United Nations World Basketball Day. He holds his high school’s record for most technical fouls.

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