Conner Henry (born July 21 1963, in Claremont, California) is a retired American Basketball player. He was a 6'7" (203 cm) 195 lb (89 kg) Shooting guard and from 1982–86 played College basketball with the University of California, Santa Barbara, where as of 2004 he ranks eighth all-time in points scored. He was selected by the Houston Rockets with the 19th pick of the fourth round in the 1986 NBA Draft. Throughout his short NBA career from 1986–88 he played with the Rockets, Boston Celtics, Milwaukee Bucks, and Sacramento Kings. Henry also played for the Yakima Sun Kings of the CBA. In 1992 he played in the first CBA All-Star Game held in the Pacific Northwest, of which he was named Most Valuable Player after hitting four-of-seven three-pointers, the most made in such an event since 1970. After his NBA career he spent 10 years playing professionally in Italy, Spain, France, and Greece before returning to Montana, US.

After retiring, he became an assistant coach with Division III's) in his hometown of Claremont, California. He also served as associate director of the career services center, assisting students to gain employment.[1] He remained there for five years until 2006 when he was hired as an assistant coach to the Australian National Basketball League (Australia)'s Perth Wildcats under head coach and former college team mate Scott Fisher (basketball). He is the head coach for the Wildcat's for the 2008/2009 NBA season.

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