|Born|| 1975 or 1976 (age 43-44) |
|College||Emory University (1993-1997)
Northwestern University School of Law (1997-2000)
|Coaching career||1993-present (26 years)|
|1993-1997||Emory Eagles (NCAA Division III)|
|2003-2005||St. Anthony High School (NJ) |
|2005-2007|| Brandeis Judges (NCAA Division III)|
|2008-2010||Boston Celtics |
|2010-2014||Golden State Warriors |
|Career highlights and awards|
Darren Erman (born 1975 or 1976) is an American assistant coach. Ermam has served as assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors, and Boston Celtics as well as assistant coach in the NCAA Division III for the Brandeis Judges and his alma mater Emory Eagles where he served as student coach before graduating in 1997. He helped lead the Celtics to an NBA championship in 2008 and the Eastern Conference championship in 2010. Erman is a native of Louisville, Kentucky. 
Erman grew up in Louisville,_Kentucky Louisville, Kentucky. He attended Emory University in Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia where he served as student coach, graduating in 1997. Erman served as assistant coaching at St. Anthony High School in Jersey_City,_New_Jersey Jersey City, New Jersey from 2003-2005. In 2005 Erman returned to the NCAA Division III to coach at Brandeis University.
Professional career (2008-present)
In 2008 he joined the Boston Celtics helping Doc Rivers lead the Celtics to a win a NBA championship in 2008 and the Eastern Conference championship in 2010. Erman joined the Warriors in 2010 alongside Mark Jackson. On April 6, 2014 it was announced the Warriors had decided to part ways with Erman citing a "violation of company policy".