2006 14th Annual Brad Davis Open
Hosted by Brad Davis: Monaca's Favorite Son
and Fox Run Golf Course Beaver Falls, PA



For our website visitors who are not NBA fans, read this column to learn about Brad Davis, Monaca's Favorite Son.
Beaver County, Pennsylvania followed Brad Davis's NBA playing career and knows him today as a gentleman who enjoys helping athletes to succeed.

Brad Davis, born in Rochester, Pennsylvania, is a favorite of Beaver County and a favorite of basketball fans in Dallas.

Dallas Maverick Legend, Brad Davis, was the first of only two Mavericks to have his number retired.

He is now a Player Development Coach with the Dallas Mavericks where he spent 12 years of his NBA playing career.


After attending the University of Maryland, College Park, Brad became a professional basketball player.

He began his career as a first-round pick (15th overall) of the 1977 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Lakers.

In 1980, Brad was picked up by the expansion Mavericks, where he has since spent his career to date.

A 6-3 guard, he holds the Mavericks' record for most consecutive three-pointers without a miss.

Brad won five straight Favorite Maverick Awards from 1982-86.

He is the Mavericks' all-time leader in games played at 883.

Brad is one of only 15 players in NBA history to play 15 NBA seasons. (961 games)

In April 1992, Brad retired as a player.

That same year, on November 14, Brad Davis became the first Maverick to have his jersey retired when his #15 was raised to the rafters of Reunion Arena.


Brad Davis
Dallas 1980-1992


After retiring from playing, he signed on as an assistant coach for Dallas and has since continued to contribute to the team's success.

Dallas Mavericks

Congratulations Dallas Mavericks: NBA CHAMPIONS 2010-2011

NBA Finals 2005-2006

Conference Finals: 1988, 2003
Division Champions: 1987

Playoff Appearances: (11)
1984, 1985, 1986,
1987, 1988, 1990, 2001,
2002, 2003, 2004, 2005

Currently as the Mavericks' Player Development Coach, Brad continues his love of coaching by working with promising college and high school athletes during the off-season to prepare them for the NBA. He also serves as the team's Radio Analyst, and as a Community Services Representative.

Since Brad Davis retired as an NBA player in 1992, he has committed his time to helping young athletes.
In addition to developing players for the Dallas Mavericks, he has traveled each summer from his home in Texas to his birthplace in Beaver County to host the Brad Davis Open at Fox Run.

This 14th annual charity event benefits Monaca High School where Brad's sports career began under Coach Dave Nichol.

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Former Monaca player & current basketball coach, Tom Karczewski with Coach Dave Nichol: Monaca H.S. 40 yr. basketball & baseball coach.
Brad brought a ball signed by the Dallas Mavericks & a signed Nowitzki jersey.
To benefit Monaca H.S. sports, Tom Yost sold chances on these treasures & also on a set of golf clubs with a leather bag.
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It was a great day to golf
at Fox Run.
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A Delta Airlines round trip and a Beaver County Dodge were offered as hole-in-one prizes.
Each player was given a hat, a Dallas Mavericks calendar, and time to visit with Brad.
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Brad golfed with his son and his Texas friends, Kent & Diane.
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Fox Run's General Manager, Bill Mesing, welcomed Brad.
And Brad spent time greeting all 196 players after they finished #18.
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Brad Davis: Monaca's Favorite Son, Dallas Maverick Legend, Radio Analyst, Player Development Coach



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