Jeremy Berman is a basketball lifer who joined the team at Babcock Hoops as Director of Research and Analysis.
He spent the last two seasons working for the San Antonio Spurs as a Basketball Operations Quality Assurance Assistant. Among a diverse set of responsibilities, his main roles in San Antonio surrounded Basketball Strategy and Operations. Jeremy analyzed the trade and free agency markets to assist decision-makers in roster strategy decisions, projected outlooks for all 30 NBA teams and scouted regional college games, regional G League games, and NCAA conference tournaments. He was involved in four free agency seasons and four drafts, including the drafts in which the Spurs drafted Dejounte Murray, Derrick White, Lonnie Walker, Keldon Johnson, and Luka Samanic.
Prior to his experience with the Spurs, Jeremy worked as a Student Manager and Student Assistant Video Coordinator for the Men’s Basketball Team at the University of Texas. First working under Coach Rick Barnes for two years and later Coach Shaka Smart for two years, Jeremy was exposed to the different teachings and methods of two staffs and worked with future NBA players such as Myles Turner, Jarrett Allen, and Isaiah Taylor. Jeremy also assisted in filming, cutting and analyzing film for both staffs and contributed to the advancement of basketball analytics at Texas. He balanced his time between work with the basketball team and academics, earning a Sport Management degree with a minor in Business.
During the summers and while in college, Jeremy interned for the Spurs in Basketball Operations and the Charlotte Hornets in Basketball Analytics, helping both franchises prepare for the NBA Draft.
Berman currently lives in Birmingham, Alabama with his wife, Anna Cate.