NBA to MBA: Mark Madsen reflects on meaningful moments

by | Nov. 18, 2010

Saints & Sports

When you are a single, 34-year-old Mormon millionaire who just retired after nine years in the NBA, what do you do with your life?

Mark "Mad Dog" Madsen is going back to school.

The 6-foot-9, 245-pound forward, who won two world championship rings with the Los Angeles Lakers before signing with the Minnesota Timberwolves, was an assistant coach with the NDBL's Utah Flash last season before opting to return to Stanford University to earn a master's of business administration.

That's MBA, not NBA.

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