Ulysses Reed (Basketball Player) Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Net Worth

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Ulysses Reed Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth May 23, 1959
Birth Day May 23
Birth Years 1959
Age 62 years old
Birth Place Pine Bluff, USA
Birth City Pine Bluff
Birth Country United States of America
Nationality American
Famous As Sports coach
Also Known for Sports coach
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Occupation Sports coach

Famously known by the Family name Ulysses Reed, is a great Sports coach. He was born on May 23, 1959, in Pine Bluff, USA. Pine Bluff is a beautiful and populous city located in Pine Bluff, USA United States of America.

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Ulysses Reed Net Worth

Ulysses Reed has a net worth of $5.00 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Sports coach. Popularly known as the Sports coach of United States of America. He is seen as one of the most successful Sports coach of all times. Ulysses Reed Net Worth & Basic source of earning is being a successful American Sports coach.

Ulysses entered the career as Sports coach In his early life after completing his formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million to $5 Million Approx
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Life Story & Timeline


Reed ranks number 21 on the Arkansas all-time scoring list at the start of the 2008–2009 season with 1,260 points. Only 6 foot 2 inches tall (though he played center in high school), he led the Razorbacks in blocked shots in 1979 with 30. A member of three Southwest Conference championship teams, Reed ended up playing in four NCAA Tournaments during his tenure and was named National Association of Basketball Coaches All-District in 1980 and 1981.


The 1981 NCAA Tournament featured the shot that turned Reed into a star of the NCAA tournament. In the second round of the tournament, the Southwest Conference champion Razorbacks were playing the defending NCAA tournament champion Louisville Cardinals in Austin, Texas. Trailing by one with five seconds remaining in the contest, the Razorbacks threw the ball to Reed after a timeout. He was unable to get the ball to any of his teammates, including future NBA players Darrell Walker and Scott Hastings, and took a desperation shot from just beyond the mid-court line as the clock expired. The ball ripped through the net, giving Arkansas a 74-73 victory (this game was prior to the advent of the 3-point shot in the college game). The team lost their next game against the LSU Tigers.

Reed was selected in the 5th round (104th pick overall) of the 1981 NBA draft by the Kansas City Kings, though he never played in the NBA. He played one season for the Montana Golden Nuggets of the Continental Basketball Association. He hurt his knee the next season in training camp with the San Antonio Spurs and never played professionally again.


In 1979, Reed was instrumental in helping Arkansas to a very successful season following the loss of Brewer and Delph. The team, captained by Moncrief, made it to the NCAA Regional Finals before losing to the Larry Bird-led Indiana State Sycamores. In the game, Reed was called for traveling after he tripped with 1:02 remaining in the game, and the Sycamores held on for the final shot. Sycamore player Bob Heaton took five steps to the bucket and scored on a left-handed shot at the buzzer, giving ISU a 73–71 win and a trip to the Final Four, where they finished second to Magic Johnson and the Michigan State Spartans.

Following that season, Reed played as a member of the gold medal-winning American team at the 1979 World University Games, joining such teammates as Kevin McHale, Jeff Ruland and Andrew Toney.


Fresh from an Arkansas state championship at Pine Bluff High School, Reed joined the Arkansas men’s basketball team in 1977, at the height of the success of the “Triplets” – Sidney Moncrief, Ron Brewer and Marvin Delph – and was a key part of the team that made it to the 1978 NCAA Final Four, finishing third after losing to eventual champion Kentucky Wildcats in the semifinal game.


Ulysses Cleon “U.S.” Reed (born May 23, 1959) is an American former college basketball player for the Arkansas Razorbacks, perhaps best known for the half-court buzzer beating shot he sank during the 1981 NCAA Tournament defeating the defending tournament champion Louisville Cardinals.