Tim Grass
Basketball Technology Coordinator

Tim Grass joined the Pilots recently after a nine-year run in video operations and scouting for various NBA franchises. Grass spent four seasons as the Portland Trail Blazers Video Coordinator from 2009-13 and was previously the assistant video coordinator from 2007-09. His responsibilities ranged from managing assistant video coordinators and interns, to producing all videography for basketball operations, offensive playbook diagramming, and coordinating and assisting on-court workouts.

Grass spent last season as a regional advance scout for various NBA teams. He was an assistant coach for the Blazers during the 2012 NBA Summer League and was also an assistant video coordinator for the Houston Rockets during the 2006-07 season.

"Increasingly people are recognizing the value of an expert basketball person in your video room," Reveno said. "It has become fairly competitive to move beyond an entry level training position to a seasoned basketball veteran who can add value in every aspect of your coaching operations. With the hiring of Tim Grass as our video coordinator we have done exactly that. His resume speaks for itself in terms of experience and knowledge, which will translate immediately to helping our players maximize their abilities and win games."
A 2003 graduate of University of Wisconsin-Stout, Grass received his Master of Science degree in Sport Administration from University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in 2006.