New Indiana assistant coach Yasir Rosemond will be paid $300,000 per year according to a memorandum of understanding provided to the Daily Hoosier by the Indiana athletic department. It is a two-year deal, but the contract extends automatically every year on June 30, starting June 30, 2022 unless Rosemond is given notice of non-renewal.
Rosemond will also be given $20,000 for moving expenses and allowed to purchase $2,000 annually in adidas gear. He is also provided a courtesy car and university benefits.
He will receive a bonus equal to one-month salary if the Hoosiers reach the NCAA Tournament. He gets another one-month salary bonus if they reach the Sweet 16, another if they reach the Final Four, and another if they win the NCAA Tournament.
Rosemond would be the lowest paid of the three assistants, though not by much. Dane Fife is being paid $375,000 per year with a $25,000 retention bonus. According to reporting by the Zach Osterman at the Indianapolis Star, Kenya Hunter is still under contract for $307,000 per year but negotiating a raise. Still, it represents a raise from his contract at Alabama, which initially paid him $250,000 per year when he signed it in 2017.
That Matta, the associate athletic director for basketball administration, is being paid $400,000 per year. Head coach Mike Woodson has a six-year, $18 million contract.