Just days after
claiming his fourth-straight 4A Boys State Championship, Mike Bibby is out as head coach at Shadow Mountain High School amidst reports of sexual abuse which first surfaced Tuesday morning. According to azcentral.com, the Paradise Valley School District confirmed on Monday the former SMHS and University of Arizona guard is under investigation for alleged sexual abuse of a Shadow Mountain teacher.
The teacher claims Bibby, who played 14 seasons in the NBA, grabbed her by the waist and pulled her into his car on school property. The victims alleges he rubbed his genitals against her and groped her.
She eventually slid underneath him and away from the car towards the main doors of the school. Bibbty then reportedly followed her.
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February 24, 2019
The 40-year-old won five total state championships in his six seasons as head coach and also helped lead the Matadors to their first ever title as a player in 1996. Bibby won a national championship at Arizona the following year.