Bobby Hurley is a former professional basketball player and coach. Hurley was a point guard for coach Mike Krzyzewski's Duke University team from 1989–1993. He was a first-team All-American in 1993, went to the Final Four three times, and helped lead the Blue Devils to back-to-back national championships in 1991 and 1992.
As of 2021, Hurley remains the NCAA all-time assists leader with 1076 assists, and Duke's single game assist leader with 16. Hurley went on to be selected 7th overall in the 1993 NBA Draft, by the Sacramento Kings. After his playing career, he went on to become an excellent coach as well, being hired immediatley as a scout by the 76ers. In March 2013, Hurley was named the head coach of the Univeristy of Buffalo men's basketball team. It was there he coached them to their first NCAA March Madness appearance. In April 2015, Hurley was hired as head coach at Arizona State University. During his third year, Hurley would lead Arizona State to their first 12–0 start and sweep their non-conference schedule. Along the way, ASU beat Top-10 team Xavier and were ranked #3 by the Associated Press.
On December 22, 2018, Hurley led the Sun Devils to its first home win (and second win ever) against a #1 NCAA ranked team (Kansas). As of 2021, Hurley is still the head coach of the Arizona State men's team.