Conrad Chow is a basketball analyst for Pro Insight. He is responsible for statistical research and analysis as well as helping to maintain the database.
Previously, Chow spent two seasons with Nevada Men’s Basketball, most recently as a member of first-year head coach Steve Alford’s staff in 2019-20.
Chow was a member of the Pack staff that helped Nevada to a third consecutive Mountain West championship and reached the NCAA Tournament for the third year in a row. Primarily, he helped the Pack with video and analytics.
Prior to his time at Nevada, he was the video coordinator for the AAU Northern Kings in Toronto, Canada and helped coach at Ontario Basketball’s Centre for Performance program in 2017-18.
He assisted the Raptors 905 in game operations during its 2017 NBA D-League title and has supported Canada Basketball in analytics since 2017. During this time, Canada Basketball rose to second in the FIBA World Rankings for youth men, most notably winning gold at the 2017 FIBA U19 World Cup.
From Vancouver, Canada, Chow received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Toronto in 2018 in economics and psychology. He also recently finished his master’s in communication studies at Nevada.