Five other notable father-son coaching combinations in college basketball:
Ray and Joey Meyer
DePaul, 1942-84: Legendary coach who won 724 games, leading the Blue Demons to 17 NCAA tournament appearances and two Final Fours.
DePaul, 1984-97: Reached the NCAA tournament in seven of first eight years, then declined, ending his tenure with a 3-23 season.
Bob and Pat Knight
Army/Indiana/Texas Tech, 1965-2008: Retired with 902 victories, at the time the most ever in Division I, and three NCAA championships with the Hoosiers.
Texas Tech/ Lamar, 2008-present: Fired at Texas Tech in 2011; led Lamar to NCAA tournament first year but was 3-28 last season.
Eddie and sean Sutton
Creighton/Arkansas/Kentucky/Oklahoma State/San Francisco, 1969-2009: Won 804 games, was the first coach to take four schools to the NCAA tourney and reached three Final Fours.
Oklahoma State, 2006-08: With no previous head coaching experience, lasted two years, going 39-28, before being dismissed.
John and John III Thompson
Georgetown, 1972-1999: The imposing 6-10 coach had a 596-239 record that included 20 NCAA appearances, three Final Fours and the 1984 national championship.
Princeton/Georgetown, 2000-present: Has had success at two schools, going 277-130 in 13 seasons, the past nine at Georgetown.
Ralph and Kevin Willard
Western Kentucky/Pittsburgh/Holy Cross, 1994-2009: Had a 336-241 record, including 192-117 at his alma mater Holy Cross, leading Crusaders to four NCAA berths in 10 seasons.
Iona/Seton Hall, 2007-present: Iona went from 12 wins in 2008-09 to 21 wins the next season; went 21-12 in second year at Seton Hall.