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ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

ADELMAN, RICK
PERSONAL: Born June 16, 1946, in Lynwood, Calif. ... 6-2/180. (1.88/81.6). ... Full name: Richard Leonard
Adelman ... Name pronounced ADD-el-mun.
HIGH SCHOOL: St. Pius X (Downey, Calif.).
COLLEGE: Loyola Marymount.
TRANSACTIONS/CAREER NOTES: Selected by San Diego Rockets in seventh round (79th pick overall) of
1968 NBA Draft ... Selected by Portland Trail Blazers from Rockets in NBA Expansion Draft (May 11, 1970)
... Traded by Trail Blazers to Chicago Bulls for cash and 1974 second-round draft choice (September 14, 1973) ... Traded by
Bulls to New Orleans Jazz for F/C John Block (November 11, 1974) ... Traded by Jazz with F Ollie Johnson to Kansas
City/Omaha Kings for F Nate Williams (February 1, 1975) ... Kings franchise moved from Kansas City/Omaha to Kansas City
for 1975-76 season ... Released by Kings (October 21, 1975).

Year-Team
G
68-69San Diego
77
69-70San Diego
35
81
70-71Portland
71-72Portland
80
72-73Portland
76
55
73-74Chicago
74-75Chi.-N.O.-KC-O58

TOTALS

Min.

FGM

FGA

26
25
25
76

...
...
...
...

149
151
177
477

376
349
420
1145

MIN FGM
1448 177
717
96
2303 378
2445 329
1822 214
618
64
1074 123

462 10427 1381

Year-Team
G
68-69San Diego
6
73-74Chicago
9
74-75Chi.-N.O.-KC-O 6
TOTALS
21

MIN FGM
187
24
108
16
34
3

329

43

FGA
449
247
895
753
525
170
291

Pct.
FTM
FTA
Pct.
Reb.
Ast.
Freshman team statistics unavailable
.396
129
152 .849
113
...
.433
171
214 .799
124
...
.421
171
216 .792
127
...
.417
471
582 .809
364
...

Pts.

RPG

427
473
525
1425

4.3
5.0
5.1
4.8

AVERAGES
APG PPG
...
...
...
...

NBA REGULAR SEASON RECORD

16.4
18.9
21.0
18.8

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

COLLEGIATE RECORD
Season Team
64-65Loyola (Calif.) ............
65-66Loyola (Calif.) ............
66-67Loyola (Calif.) ............
67-68Loyola (Calif.) .............
Totals ..................................

PCT FG3M FG3A PCT FTM FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT RPG AST APG PF DQ STL BLK PTS PPG
.394
0
0
--- 131 204 .642
0
0 216 2.8 238 3.1 158 1 0 0 485 6.3
.389
0
0
--68 91 .747
0
0 81 2.3 113 3.2 90 0 0 0 260 7.4
.422
0
0
--- 267 369 .724
0
0 282 3.5 380 4.7 214 2 0 0 1023 12.6
.437
0
0
--- 151 201 .751
0
0 229 2.9 413 5.2 209 2 0 0 809 10.1
.408
0
0
--73 102 .716
0
0 157 2.1 294 3.9 155 2 0 0 501 6.6
.376
0
0
--54 76 .711 16 53 69 1.3 56 1.0 63 0 36 1 182 3.3
.423
0
0
--73 103 .709 25 70 95 1.6 112 1.9 101 1 70 8 319 5.5

3330 .415

---

817 1146 .713

41 123 1129 2.4 1606 3.5 990

NBA PLAYOFF RECORD

FGA
53
34
9

PCT FG3M FG3A PCT FTM FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT RPG AST APG
.453
0
0
--22 37 .595
0
0 15 2.5 29 4.8
.471
0
0
--7 11 .636
1
9 10 1.1
7 0.8
.333
0
0
--6
8 .750
1
1
2 0.3
3 0.5
96 .448
0
0
--35 56 .625
2 10 27 1.3 39 1.9

8 106

9 3579 7.7

PF DQ STL BLK PTS PPG


18 0 0 0
70 11.7
5 0 7 0
39 4.3
9 0 1 0
12 2.0

32

121 5.8

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Head coach, Chemeketa Community College, Ore (1977-78 through 1982-83; record: 141-39, .783) ...
Assistant coach, Portland Trail Blazers (1983-84 to February 18, 1989).
NBA COACHING RECORD
Season Team
88-89Portland ...............................................
89-90Portland ...............................................
90-91Portland ...............................................
91-92Portland ................................................
92-93Portland ...............................................
93-94Portland ...............................................
94-95Golden State........................................
95-96Golden State........................................
98-99Sacramento..........................................
99-00Sacramento .........................................
00-01Sacramento..........................................
01-02Sacramento ..........................................
02-03Sacramento..........................................
03-04Sacramento..........................................
04-05Sacramento..........................................
05-06Sacramento..........................................
07-08Houston................................................
08-09Houston ...............................................
09-10Houston ...............................................
10-11Houston................................................
11-12Minnesota.............................................
12-13Minnesota ............................................
13-14Minnesota ............................................
Totals.............................................................

W
14
59
63
57
51
47
36
30
27
44
55
61
59
55
50
44
55
53
42
43
26
31
40
1042

L
21
23
19
25
31
35
46
52
23
38
27
21
23
27
32
38
27
29
40
39
40
51
42
749

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.400
5th/Pacific Division
.720
2nd/Pacific Division
.768
1st/Pacific Division
.695
1st/Pacific Division
.622
3rd/Pacific Division
.573
4th/Pacific Division
.439
6th/Pacific Division
.366
7th/Pacific Division
.540
T3rd/Pacific Division
.537
5th/Pacific Division
.671
2nd/Pacific Division
.744
1st/Pacific Division
.720
1st/Pacific Division
.671
2nd/Pacific Division
.610
2nd/Pacific Division
.537
4th/Pacific Division
.671
3rd/Southwest Division
.646
2nd/Southwest Division
.512
3rd/Southwest Division
.524
5th/Southwest Division
.394
5th/Northwest Division
.378
5th/Northwest Division
.488
3rd/Northwest Division
.582

NOTES:

W
0
12
9
13
1
1

2
2
3
10
7
7
1
2
2
7

79

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
3
.000
9
.571
7
.563
8
.619
3
.250
3
.250

3
.400
3
.400
5
.375
6
.625
5
.583
5
.583
4
.200
4
.333
4
.333
6
.538

78

.503

88-89Replaced Mike Schuler as Portland head coach (February 18), with record of 25-22. Lost to Los Angeles Lakers in Western
Conference first round.
89-90Defeated Dallas, 3-0, in Western Conference first round; defeated San Antonio, 4-3, in Western Conference semifinals; defeated
Phoenix, 4-2, in
Western Conference finals; lost to Detroit, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
90-91Defeated Seattle, 3-2, in Western Conference first round; defeated Utah, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals; lost to Los
Angeles Lakers, 4-2, in

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

Western Conference finals.


91-92Defeated Los Angeles Lakers, 3-1, in Western Conference first round; defeated Phoenix, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals;
defeated Utah, 42, in Western Conference finals; lost to Chicago, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
92-93Lost to San Antonio in Western Conference first round.
93-94Lost to Houston in Western Conference first round.
98-99Lost to Utah Jazz in Western Conference first round.
99-00Lost to Los Angeles Lakers in Western Conference first round.
00-01Defeated Phoenix, 3-1, in Western Conference first round; lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 4-0, in Western Conference semifinals.
01-02Defeated Utah, 3-1, in Western Conference first round; defeated Dallas, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals; lost to Los
Angeles Lakers, 4-3, in
Western Conference finals.
02-03Defeated Utah, 4-1, in Western Conference first round; lost to Dallas, 4-3, in Western Conference semifinals.
03-04Defeated Dallas, 4-1, in Western Conference first round; lost to Minnesota, 4-3, in Western Conference semifinals.
04-05Lost to Seattle SuperSonics in Western Conference first round.
05-06Lost to San Antonio in Western Conference first round.
07-08Lost to Utah, 4-2, in Western Conference first round.
08-09Defeated Portland, 4-2 in Western Conference first round; lost to Lakers, 4-3 in Western Conference second round.

ATTLES, AL
PERSONAL: Born November 7, 1936, in Newark, N.J. ... 6-0/185 (1,83/83,9). ... Full name: Alvin A. Attles.
HIGH SCHOOL: Weequahic (Newark, N.J.).
COLLEGE: North Carolina A&T.
TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Philadelphia Warriors in fifth round (39th pick overall) of 1960 NBA Draft. ...
Warriors franchise moved from Philadelphia to San Francisco for 1962-63 season.
CAREER NOTES: Vice president/assistant general manager, Golden State Warriors (1987-88 to present).

COLLEGIATE RECORD
Season
Team
PPG
56-57North Carolina A&T...
57-58North Carolina A&T ...
58-59North Carolina A&T...
59-60North Carolina A&T...
Totals ..................................

29
24
53

Min.

FGM

FGA

Pct.

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

105
190
295

225
301
526

.467
.631
.561

Statistics unavailable.
Statistics unavailable.
56
91 .615
...
47
71 .662
80
103
162 .636
...

...
...
...

266
427
.693

...
...
...

FTM

FTA

NBA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


Season Team
G
Min.
60-61Philadelphia .................. 77 1544
61-62Philadelphia................... 75 2468
62-63San Francisco. .............. 71 1876
63-64San Francisco. .............. 70 1883
64-65San Francisco. .............. 73 1733
65-66San Francisco. .............. 79 2053
66-67San Francisco. .............. 70 1764
67-68San Francisco. .............. 67 1992
68-69San Francisco. .............. 51 1516
69-70San Francisco. .............. 45
676
70-71San Francisco. .............. 34
321
Totals ...................................... 712 17826

FGM FGA
222
543
343
724
301
630
289
640
254
662
364
724
212
467
252
540
162
359
78
202
22
54
2499 5545

Season Team
60-61Philadelphia ..................
61-62Philadelphia...................
63-64San Francisco. ..............
66-67San Francisco. ..............
67-68San Francisco. ..............
68-69San Francisco. ..............
70-71San Francisco. ..............
Totals ......................................

FGM
12
28
58
20
25
7
4
154

Pct.
.409
.474
.478
.452
.384
.503
.454
.467
.451
.386
.407
.451

FTM
97
158
133
185
171
154
88
150
95
75
24
1330

FTA
162
267
206
275
274
252
151
216
149
113
41
2106

Pct.
.599
.592
.646
.673
.624
.611
.583
.694
.638
.664
.585
.632

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG

...
3.3
...

...
...
...

9.2
17.8
13.1

Reb. Ast. PF
214
174 235
355
333 279
205
184 253
236
197 249
239
205 242
322
225 265
321
269 265
276
390 284
181
306 183
74
142 103
40
58
59
2463 2483 2417

Dq.
5
8
7
4
7
7
13
9
3
0
2
65

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
541 2.8 2.3 7.0
844 4.7 4.4 11.3
735 2.9 2.6 10.4
763 3.4 2.8 10.9
679 3.3 2.8 9.3
882 4.1 2.8 11.2
512 4.6 3.8 7.3
654 4.1 5.8 9.8
419 3.5 6.0 8.2
231 1.6 3.2 5.1
68 1.2 1.7 2.0
6328 3.5 3.5 8.9

Reb.
12
55
37
62
53
18
8
245

Dq.
0
4
5
1
2
0
0
12

Pts. RPG APG PPG


29 4.0 3.0 9.7
73 4.6 2.3 6.1
146 3.1 2.5 12.2
46 4.1 2.5 3.1
73 5.3 7.0 7.3
15 3.0 3.5 2.5
12 2.0 2.8 3.0
394 4.0 3.3 6.4

NBA PLAYOFF RECORD


G
3
12
12
15
10
6
4
62

Min.
110
338
386
237
277
109
47
1504

FGA
26
76
144
46
62
21
7
382

Pct.
.462
.368
.403
.435
.403
.333
.571
.403

FTM
5
17
30
6
23
1
4
86

FTA
14
31
56
16
30
4
7
158

Pct.
.357
.548
.536
.375
.767
.250
.571
.544

Ast.
9
27
30
38
70
21
11
206

PF
14
54
54
45
49
17
13
246

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Assistant coach, Warriors (February 13, 1995-remainder of season).
NBA COACHING RECORD
Season Team
69-70San Francisco......................................
70-71San Francisco......................................
71-72Golden State........................................
72-73Golden State .......................................
73-74Golden State........................................
74-75Golden State........................................
75-76Golden State........................................
76-77Golden State........................................
77-78Golden State ........................................
78-79Golden State .......................................
79-80Golden State .......................................
80-81Golden State .......................................
81-82Golden State........................................
82-83Golden State .......................................
Totals (14 years) ............................................

W
8
41
51
47
44
48
59
46
43
38
18
39
45
30
557

L
22
41
31
35
38
34
23
36
39
44
43
43
37
52
518

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.267
6th/Western Division
.500
2nd/Pacific Division
.622
2nd/Pacific Division
.573
2nd/Pacific Division
.537
2nd/Pacific Division
.585
1st/Pacific Division
.720
1st/Pacific Division
.561
3rd/Pacific Division
.524
5th/Pacific Division
.463
6th/Pacific Division
.295
6th/Pacific Division
.476
4th/Pacific Division
.549
4th/Pacific Division
.366
5th/Pacific Division
.518
Totals (6 years)

1
1
5

12
7
5

31

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

4
.200
4
.200
6
.455

5
.706
6
.538
5
.500

30
.508

NOTES:
1970Replaced George Lee as San Francisco head coach with record of 22-30.
1971Lost to Milwaukee in Western Conference Semifinals.
1972Lost to Milwaukee in Western Conference Semifinals.
1973Defeated Milwaukee, 4-2, in Western Conference Semifinals; lost to Los Angeles, 4-1, in Western Conference Finals.
1975Defeated Seattle, 4-2, in Western Conference Semifinals; defeated Chicago, 4-3, in Western Conference Finals; defeated Washington, 4-0, in NBA Finals.
1976Defeated Detroit, 4-2, in Western Conference Semifinals; lost to Phoenix, 4-3, in Western Conference Finals.
1977Defeated Detroit, 2-1, in Western Conference First Round; lost to Los Angeles, 4-3, in Western Conference Semifinals.
1980Missed final 21 games of season due to injury; replaced by assistant coach John Bach (6-15) for remainder of season.

AUERBACH, RED

COLLEGIATE RECORD
Season
Team
PPG
36-37Seth Low J.C. ...........
37-38George Washington...
38-39George Washington. .
39-40George Washington. .
4-year-college totals ..........

G
17
20
19
56

...
...
...
...

Min.

FGM

FGA

22
54
69
145

...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

Statistics unavailable.
8
12 .667
...
12
19 .632
...
24
39 .615
...
44
70 .629
...

...
...
...
...

52
120
162
334

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

PERSONAL: Born September 20, 1917, in Brooklyn, N.Y. ... Died October 28, 2006 ... 5-10/170 (1,78/77,1). ...
Full name: Arnold Jacob Auerbach. ... Name pronounced HOUR-back.
HIGH SCHOOL: Eastern District (Brooklyn, N.Y.).
JUNIOR COLLEGE: Seth Low Junior College (N.Y.).
COLLEGE: George Washington.
CAREER NOTES: Vice president, Boston Celtics (1950-51 through 1963-64). ... Vice president and general manager, Celtics (1964-65).
... Executive vice president and general manager, Celtics (1965-66 through 1969-70). ... President and general manager, Celtics (197071 through 1983-84). ... President, Celtics (1984-85 through 1996-97, 2001-2006). .. Vice chairman of the board, Celtics (1997-98 to
present).
CAREER HONORS: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1968). ... One of the Top 10 Coaches in NBA
History (1996).
AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG
...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...

3.1
6.0
8.5
6.0

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Head coach, St. Albans Prep (Washington, D.C.). ... Head coach, Roosevelt High School (Washington, D.C.).
... Assistant coach, Duke University (1949-50).
HONORS: NBA Coach of the Year (1965). ... NBA 25th Anniversary All-Time team coach (1970). ... NBA Executive of the Year
(1980). ... Selected as the Greatest Coach in the History of the NBA by the Professional Basketball Writers Association of
America (1980).
NBA COACHING RECORD
Season Team
46-47Washington (BAA)................................
47-48Washington (BAA) ................................
48-49Washington (BAA)................................
49-50Tri-Cities...............................................
50-51Boston .................................................
51-52Boston..................................................
52-53Boston .................................................
53-54Boston .................................................
54-55Boston .................................................
55-56Boston .................................................
56-57Boston .................................................
57-58Boston..................................................
58-59Boston .................................................
59-60Boston .................................................
60-61Boston .................................................
61-62Boston..................................................
62-63Boston .................................................
63-64Boston .................................................
64-65Boston .................................................
65-66Boston .................................................
Totals (20 years) ............................................

W
49
28
38
28
39
39
46
42
36
39
44
49
52
59
57
60
58
59
62
54
938

L
11
20
22
29
30
27
25
30
36
33
28
23
20
16
22
20
22
21
18
26
479

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.817
1st/Eastern Division
.583
T2nd/Western Division
.633
1st/Eastern Division
.491
3rd/Western Division
.565
2nd/Eastern Division
.591
2nd/Eastern Division
.648
3rd/Eastern Division
.583
T2nd/Eastern Division
.500
3rd/Eastern Division
.542
2nd/Eastern Division
.611
1st/Eastern Division
.681
1st/Eastern Division
.722
1st/Eastern Division
.787
1st/Eastern Division
.722
1st/Eastern Division
.750
1st/Eastern Division
.725
1st/Eastern Division
.738
1st/Eastern Division
.775
1st/Eastern Division
.675
2nd/Eastern Division
.662
Totals (20 years)

W
2
0
6
1
0
1
3
2
3
1
7
6
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
11
99

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
4
.333
1
.000
5
.545
2
.333
2
.000
2
.333
3
.500
4
.333
4
.429
2
.333
3
.700
5
.545
3
.727
5
.615
2
.800
6
.571
5
.615
2
.800
4
.667
6
.647
70
.586

NOTES:
1947Lost to Chicago in BAA Semifinals.
1948Lost to Chicago, 74-70, in Western Division tiebreaker.
1949Defeated Philadelphia, 2-0, in Eastern Division Semifinals; defeated New York, 2-1, in Eastern Division Finals; lost to
Minneapolis, 4-2, in NBA Finals. Replaced Roger Potter as Tri-Cities head coach with record of 1-6.
1950Lost to Anderson in Western Division Semifinals.
1951Lost to New York in Eastern Division Semifinals.
1952Lost to New York in Eastern Division Semifinals.
1953Defeated Syracuse, 2-0, in Eastern Division Semifinals; lost to New York, 3-1, in Eastern Division Finals.
1954Defeated New York, 93-71; lost to Syracuse, 96-95 (OT); defeated New York, 79-78; lost to Syracuse, 98-85, in Eastern
Division round robin; lost to Syracuse, 2-0, in Eastern Division Finals.
1955Defeated New York, 2-1, in Eastern Division Semifinals; lost to Syracuse, 3-1, in Eastern Division Finals.
1956Lost to Syracuse in Eastern Division Semifinals.

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

1957Defeated Syracuse, 3-0, in Eastern Division Finals; defeated St. Louis, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
1958Defeated Philadelphia, 4-1, in Eastern Division Finals; lost to St. Louis, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
1959Defeated Syracuse, 4-3, in Eastern Division Finals; defeated Minneapolis, 4-0, in NBA Finals.
1960Defeated Philadelphia, 4-2, in Eastern Division Finals; defeated St. Louis, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
1961Defeated Syracuse, 4-1, in Eastern Division Finals; defeated St. Louis, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
1962Defeated Philadelphia, 4-3, in Eastern Division Finals; defeated Los Angeles, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
1963Defeated Cincinnati, 4-3, in Eastern Division Finals; defeated Los Angeles, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
1964Defeated Cincinnati, 4-1, in Eastern Division Finals; defeated San Francisco, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
1965Defeated Philadelphia, 4-3, in Eastern Division Finals; defeated Los Angeles, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
1966Defeated Cincinnati, 3-2 in Eastern Division Semifinals; defeated Philadelphia, 4-1, in Eastern Division Finals; defeated
Los
Angeles,
4-3, in NBA Finals.

BROWN, HUBIE
PERSONAL: Born September 25, 1933, in Elizabeth, N.J. ... 6-0/160. (1,83/72,6). ... Full Name: Hubert Jude
Brown.
HIGH SCHOOL: St. Marys (Elizabeth, N.J.).
COLLEGE: Niagara.
TRANSACTIONS/CAREER NOTES: Played with Rochester in Eastern Basketball League (1958-59).
COLLEGIATE RECORD
Season Team
51-52Niagara......................
52-53Niagara .....................
53-54Niagara .....................
54-55Niagara .....................
Totals ..................................

G
8
21
30
23
82

Min.
...
...
...
...
...

FGM
3
15
24
63
105

FGA
...
...
...
...
...

Pct.
...
...
...
...
...

FTM
4
15
27
66
112

FTA
5
...
...
...
...

Pct.
.800
...
...
...
...

Reb.
...
...
...
...
...

Ast.
...
...
...
...
...

Pts.
10
45
75
192
322

St. Blk.
...
...

TO
...

RPG
...
...
...
...
...

AVERAGES
APG PPG
...
1.3
...
2.1
...
3.5
...
8.3
...
3.9.

EBL REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


Season Team
58-59Rochester ..

G
8

Min. FGM
...
49

FGA
...

REBOUNDS
Pct. FTM FTA Pct. Off. Def. Tot. Ast.
...
12
...
...
...
...
...
...

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
110
...
... 13.8

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Assistant coach, William & Mary (1967-68). ... Assistant coach, Duke University (1968-69 through 1971-72).
... Assistant coach, Milwaukee Bucks (1972-73 through 1973-74).
HONORS: Coach of ABA championship team (1974-75). ... NBA Coach of the Year (1978, 2004).
ABA COACHING RECORD
Season Team
74-75Kentucky ..............................................
75-76Kentucky ..............................................
Totals (2 years) ..............................................

W
58
46
104

L
26
38
64

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.690
T1st/Eastern Division
.548
4th/Eastern Division
.619

W
12
5
Totals (2 years) ..... 17

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
3
.800
5
.500
8
.680

0
5
1

2
6

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

2
.000
4
.556
4
.200

4
.333
6
.500

4
.000

NBA COACHING RECORD


Season Team
76-77Atlanta..................................................
77-78Atlanta..................................................
78-79Atlanta .................................................
79-80Atlanta .................................................
80-81Atlanta .................................................
82-83New York ..............................................
83-84New York ..............................................
84-85New York ..............................................
85-86New York ..............................................
86-87New York ..............................................
02-03Memphis..............................................
03-04Memphis..............................................
04-05Memphis..............................................
Totals (13 years) ............................................

W
31
41
46
50
31
44
47
24
23
4
28
50
5
424

L
51
41
36
32
48
38
35
58
59
12
46
32
7
495

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.378
6th/Central Division
.500
4th/Central Division
.561
3rd/Central Division
.610
1st/Central Division
.392
4th/Atlantic Division
.537
4th/Atlantic Division
.573
3rd/Atlantic Division
.293
5th/Atlantic Division
.280
5th/Atlantic Division
.250
.378
6th/Midwest Division
.610
4th/Midwest Division
.417
.461

Totals (6 years) ..... 14

24

.368

NOTES:
1975Defeated Memphis, 4-1, in Eastern Division semifinals; defeated St. Louis, 4-1, in Eastern Division finals; defeated Indiana, 4-1, in
ABA Championship Series.
1976Defeated Indiana, 2-1, in first round; lost to Denver, 4-3, in Eastern Division semifinals.
1978Lost to Washington, 2-0, in Eastern Conference first round.
1979Defeated Houston, 2-0, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Washington, 4-3, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
1980Lost to Philadelphia, 4-1, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
1983Defeated New Jersey, 2-0, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Philadelphia, 4-0, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
1984Defeated Detroit, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Boston, 4-3, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
1986Replaced by Bob Hill as New York head coach (December 1).
2002Replaced Sidney Lowe as Memphis head coach (November 12) with record of 0-8 and club in seventh place.
2004Stepped down as Memphis head coach (November 25); replaced by Mike Fratello with team in fourth place.

BROWN, LARRY
PERSONAL: Born September 14, 1940, in Brooklyn, N.Y. ... 5-9/160. (1.75/72.6). ... Full name: Lawrence
Harvey Brown
HIGH SCHOOL: Long Beach (N.Y.).
COLLEGE: North Carolina.
TRANSACTIONS/CAREER NOTES: Signed by New Orleans Buccaneers of American Basketball Association
(1967). ... Traded by Buccaneers with F//G Doug Moe to Oakland Oaks for F Steve Jones, F Ron Franz and
G Barry Leibowitz (June 18, 1968). ... Oaks franchise moved from Oakland to Washington and renamed Capitols for 1969-70
season. ... Capitols franchise moved from Washington to Virginia and renamed Squires for 1970-71 season. ... Contract sold
by Squires to Denver Rockets (January 23, 1971).
MISCELLANEOUS: Member of gold-medal-winning U.S. Olympic team (1964).

COLLEGIATE RECORD
G
15
18
17
21
71

Min.
...
...
...
...
...

FGM
88
28
90
102
308

FGA
...
54
204
231
489

Pct.
...
.519
.441
.442
.630

FTM
100
25
101
95
321

Pct.
.699
.735
.795
.779
.754

Reb.
...
28
52
50
130

Ast.
...
...
...
...
...

Pts.
276
81
281
299
937

RPG
...
1.6
3.1
2.4
1.8

AVERAGES
APG PPG
... 18.4
...
4.5
... 16.5
... 14.2
... 13.2

FTA
Pct.
...
...
167 .832
167 1.018

Reb.
...
90
90

Ast.
...
...
...

Pts.
329
427
756

RPG
...
2.8
1.4

AVERAGES
APG PPG
... 10.0
... 13.3
... 11.6

FTA
143
34
127
122
426

AMATEUR RECORD
Season Team
63-64Akron (Ohio) ..............
64-65Akron (Ohio) ..............
Totals ..................................

G
33
32
65

Min.
...
...
...

FGM
149
144
293

FGA
...
297
297

Pct.
...
.485
.987

FTM
31
139
170

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

Season Team
59-60North Carolina ..........
60-61North Carolina ..........
61-62North Carolina...........
62-63North Carolina ..........
Totals ..................................

ABA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


NOTES: ABA All-Star second team (1968). Member of ABA championship team (1969). Holds single-game record for
most assists23 (February 20, 1972, vs. Pittsburgh).
AVERAGES
Season Team
G Min. FGM
FGA
Pct.
FTM
FTA
Pct.
Reb.
Ast.
Pts.
RPG APG PPG
67-68New Orleans.............. 78 2807
311
812 .383
366
450 .813
249 *506
1045
3.2 *6.5 13.4
300
671 .447
301
379 .794
235 *544
925
3.1
*7.1 12.0
68-69Oakland..................... 77 2381
69-70Washington ............... 82 2766
366
815 .449
362
439 .825
246 *580
1124
3.0
*7.1 13.7
70-71Virginia-Denver ......... 63 1343
121
319 .379
186
225 .827
109
330
446
1.7
5.2
7.1
71-72Denver ....................... 76 2012
238
531 .448
198
244 .811
166
549
689
2.2
7.2
9.1
Totals .................................. 376 11309 1336
3148 .424
1413 1737 .813 1005 2509
4229
2.7
6.7 11.2
Three-point field goals: 1967-68, 19-for-89 (.213), 1968-69, 8-for-35 (.229), 1969-70, 10-for-39 (.256), 1970-71, 6-for-21 (.286), 1971-72,
5-for-25 (.200). Totals, 48-for-209 (.230).

ABA PLAYOFF RECORD


Season Team
G Min. FGM
FGA
67-68New Orleans.............. 17 696
86
194
68-69Oakland..................... 16 534
74
170
69-70Washington ...............
7 269
32
68
71-72Denver .......................
7 211
21
47
Totals .................................. 47 1710
213
479
Three-point field goals: 1967-68, 4-for-18 (.222), 1968-69,
(.172).

Pct.
FTM
FTA
Pct.
Reb.
Ast.
.443
100
122 .820
59
129
.435
76
90 .844
52
87
.471
30
34 .882
35
68
.447
23
24 .958
10
36
.445
229
270 .848
156
320
0-for-3 (.000), 1969-70, 1-for-5 (.200), 1971-72,

AVERAGES
Pts.
RPG APG PPG
284
3.5
7.6 16.7
224
3.3
5.4 14.0
97
5.0
9.7 13.9
65
1.4
5.1
9.3
670
3.3
6.8 14.3
0-for-3 (.000). Totals, 5-for-29

ABA ALL-STAR GAME RECORD


NOTES: ABA All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (1968).
Season Team
Min. FGM
FGA
1968New Orleans...............
22
5
7
1969Oakland ......................
25
1
6
1970Washington.................
15
0
2
Totals .................................. 34010858 1296 3064
Three-point field goals: 1967-68, 2-for-2 (1.000). 1968-69,

Pct.
FTM
FTA
Pct.
Reb.
Ast.
Pts.
.714
1
1 1.000
3
5
17
.167
3
5 .600
0
7
5
.000
3
3 1.000
3
3
3
.423 1428 1748 .817
991 2259
4170
0-for-1. 1969-70, 0-for-0. Totals, 2-for-3 (.667).

RPG
...
...
...
2.9

AVERAGES
APG PPG
...
...
...
...
...
...
6.6 12.3

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Assistant coach, University of North Carolina (1965-66 and 1966-67). ... Assistant coach, U.S. Olympic team
(1980).
HONORS: NBA Coach of the Year (2001).
AMERICAN BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Season Team
72-73Carolina ...............................................
73-74Carolina................................................
74-75Denver..................................................
75-76Denver..................................................
Totals (4 years) ..............................................

W
57
47
65
60
229

L
27
37
19
24
107

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.679
1st/Eastern Division
.560
3rd/Eastern Division
.774
1st/Western Division
.714
1st/Western Division
.682
Totals (4 years)

NOTES:
72-73Defeated New York, 4-1, in Eastern Division semifinals; lost to Kentucky, 4-3, in Eastern Division finals.
73-74Lost to Kentucky in Eastern Division semifinals.
74-75Defeated Utah, 4-2, in Western Conference semifinals; lost to Indiana,4-3, in Western Division finals.
75-76Defeated Kentucky, 4-3, in semifinals; lost to New York, 4-2, in ABA Finals.

W
7
0
7
6
20

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
5
.583
4
.000
6
.538
7
.462
22
.476

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

COLLEGIATE COACHING RECORD


Season Team
79-80UCLA ...................................................
80-81UCLA ...................................................
83-84Kansas.................................................
84-85Kansas.................................................
85-86Kansas.................................................
86-87Kansas.................................................
87-88Kansas .................................................
12-13Southern Methodist .............................
13-14Southern Methodist .............................
Totals (9 years).............................................

W
22
20
22
26
35
25
27
15
27
219

L
10
7
10
8
4
11
11
17
10
88

Pct.
.688
.741
.688
.765
.897
.694
.711
.469
.730
.713

Finish
4th/Pacific-10 Conference
3rd/Pacific-10 Conference
2nd/Big Eight Conference
2nd/Big Eight Conference
1st/Big Eight Conference
T2nd/Big Eght Conference
3rd/Big Eight Conference
11th/Conference USA
4th/American Athletic Conference

NOTES:
79-80Defeated Old Dominion, 87-74, in NCAA Tournament first round; defeated DePaul, 77-71, in second round; defeated Ohio State, 7268, in regional semifinals; defeated Clemson, 85-74, in regional finals; defeated Purdue, 67-62, in semifinals; lost to Lou
80-81Lost to Brigham Young, 78-55, in NCAA Tournament second round.
83-84Defeated Alcorn State, 57-56, in NCAA Tournament first round; lost to Wake Forest, 69-59, in second round.
84-85Defeated Ohio University, 49-38, in NCAA Tournament first round; lost to Auburn, 66-64, in second round.
85-86Defeated North Carolina A&T, 71-46, in NCAA Tournament first round; defeated Temple, 65-43, in second round; defeated Michigan
State, 96-86 (OT), in regional semifinals; defeated North Carolina State, 75-67, in regional finals; lost to Duke, 71-67, i
86-87Defeated Houston, 66-55, in NCAA Tournament first round; defeated Southwest Missouri State, 67-63, in second round; lost to
Georgetown, 70-57, in regional semifinals.
87-88Defeated Xavier, 85-72, in NCAA Tournament first round; defeated Murray State, 61-58, in second round; defeated Vanderbilt, 77-64,
in regional semifinals; defeated Kansas State, 71-58 in regional finals; defeated Duke, 66-59, in semifinals; defeated Oklahoma, 8379, in championship game.

NBA COACHING RECORD


Season Team
76-77Denver..................................................
77-78Denver..................................................
78-79Denver .................................................
81-82New Jersey ..........................................
82-83New Jersey ..........................................
88-89San Antonio .........................................
89-90San Antonio .........................................
90-91San Antonio .........................................
91-92San Antonio-L.A. Clippers ...................
92-93L.A. Clippers........................................
93-94Indiana .................................................
94-95Indiana .................................................
95-96Indiana .................................................
96-97Indiana .................................................
97-98Philadelphia .........................................
98-99Philadelphia .........................................
99-00Philadelphia .........................................
00-01Philadelphia .........................................
01-02Philadelphia..........................................
02-03Philadelphia .........................................
03-04Detroit ..................................................
04-05Detroit ..................................................
05-06N.Y. Knicks ..........................................
08-09Charlotte..............................................
09-10Charlotte ..............................................
10-11Charlotte ..............................................
Totals (25 years)................................................

W
50
48
28
44
47
21
56
55
44
41
47
52
52
39
31
28
49
56
43
48
54
54
23
35
44
9
1098

L
32
34
25
38
29
61
26
27
29
41
35
30
30
43
51
22
33
26
39
34
28
28
59
47
38
19
904

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.610
1st/Midwest Division
.585
1st/Midwest Division
.528
.537
3rd/Atlantic Division
.618
.256
5th/Midwest Division
.683
1st/Midwest Division
.671
1st/Midwest Division
.603
5th/Pacific Division
.500
4th/Pacific Division
.573
T3rd/Central Division
.634
1st/Central Division
.634
2nd/Central Division
.476
6th/Central Division
.378
7th/Atlantic Division
.560
3rd/ Atlantic Division
.598
3rd/ Atlantic Division
.683
1st/Atlantic Division
.524
4th/ Atlantic Division
.585
2nd/Atlantic Division
.659
2nd/Central Division
.659
1st/Central Division
.280
5th/Atlantic Division
.427
4th/Southeast Division
.537
4th/Southeast Division
.321
4th/Southeast Division
.548
Totals (18 years)

W
2
6

6
1
2
2
10
10
2

3
5
12
2
6
16
15

100

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
4
.333
7
.462

2
.000

4
.600
3
.250
3
.400
3
.400
6
.625
7
.588
3
.400

5
.375
5
.500
11
.522
3
.400
6
.500
7
.696
10
.600

4
.000

93
.518

NOTES:
76-77Lost to Portland in Western Conference semifinals.
77-78Defeated Milwaukee, 4-3, in Western Conference; lost to Seattle, 4-2, in Western Conference finals.
78-79Resigned as Denver head coach (February 1); replaced by Donnie Walsh with club in second place.
81-82Lost to Washington in Eastern Conference first round.
82-83Resigned as New Jersey head coach (April 7); replaced by Bill Blair with club in third place.
89-90Defeated Denver, 3-0, in Western Conference first round; lost to Portland, 4-3, in Western Conference semifinals.
90-91Lost to Golden State in Western Conference first round.
91-92Replaced as San Antonio head coach by Bob Bass with club in second place (January 21); replaced Mike Schuler (21-24) and
Mack Calvin
(interim head coach, 1-1) as Los Angeles Clippers head coach (February 6), with record of 22-25 and club in 6th place. Lost to
Utah in Western Conference first round.
92-93Lost to Houston in Western Conference first round.
93-94Defeated Orlando, 3-0, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated Atlanta, 4-2, in Eastern Conference semifianls; lost to New
York, 4-3, in
Eastern Conference finals.
94-95Defeated Atlanta, 3-0, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated New York, 4-3, Eastern Conference semifinals; lost to Orlando,
4-3, in
Eastern Conference finals.
95-96Lost to Atlanta in Eastern Conference first round.
98-99Defeated Orlando, 3-1, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Indiana, 4-0, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
99-00Defeated Charlotte, 3-1, in Eastern first round; lost to Indiana, 4-2, in Eastern Conference semifianls.
00-01Defeated Indiana, 3-1, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated Toronto, 4-3, in Eastern Conference semifinals; defeated by
Milwaukee, 4-3, in Eastern Conference finals; lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
01-02Lost to Boston in Eastern Conference first round.
02-03Defeated New Orleans, 4-2, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Detroit, 4-2, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
03-04Defeated Milwaukee, 4-1, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated New Jersey, 4-3, in Eastern Conference semifinals; defeat-

ed Indiana, 4-2, in Eastern Conference finals; defeated Los Angeles Lakers, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
04-05Defeated Philadelphia, 4-1, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated Indiana, 4-2, in Eastern Conference semifinals; defeated
Miami, 4-3, in
Eastern Conference finals; lost to San Antonio, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
09-10Lost to Orlando, 4-0, in Eastern Conference first round.

COSTELLO, LARRY

PERSONAL: Born July 2, 1931, in Minoa, N.Y. ... Died December 11, 2001. ... 6-1/188 (1,85/85,3). ... Full
name: Lawrence Ronald Costello.
HIGH SCHOOL: Minoa (N.Y.).
COLLEGE: Niagara.
TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Philadelphia Warriors in second round of 1954 NBA Draft. ... Sold by Warriors
to Syracuse Nationals (October 10, 1957). ... Nationals franchise moved from Syracuse to Philadelphia and
renamed 76ers for 1963-64 season. ... Played in Eastern Basketball League with Wilkes-Barre Barons (1965-66). ... Drafted by
Milwaukee Bucks from 76ers in NBA Expansion Draft (May 6, 1968).
MISCELLANEOUS: Member of NBA championship team (1967).

COLLEGIATE RECORD
G
28
28
29
85

Min.

FGM

131
185
160
476

...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...

HONORS: All-NBA second team (1961).


Season Team
G
Min.
463
54-55Philadelphia .................. 19
55-56Philadelphia ..................
56-57Philadelphia .................. 72 2111
57-58Syracuse ....................... 72 2746
58-59Syracuse ....................... 70 2750
59-60Syracuse ....................... 71 2469
60-61Syracuse ....................... 75 2167
61-62Syracuse ....................... 63 1854
62-63Syracuse ....................... 78 2066
63-64Philadelphia .................. 45 1137
64-65Philadelphia .................. 64 1967
66-67Philadelphia .................. 49
976
67-68Philadelphia................... 28
492
Totals ...................................... 706 21198

FGA

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

Freshman team statistics unavailable.


...
58
87 .667
...
...
...
140
194 .722
...
...
...
125
152 .822
...
...
...
323
433 .746
...
...

320
510
445
1275

G
2
3
9
3
8
5
5
5
10
2
52

Min.
16
134
361
122
269
167
134
36
207
25
1471

...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...

NBA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


FGM
46

FGA Pct.
139 .331

186
378
414
372
407
310
285
191
309
130
67
3095

497
888
948
822
844
726
660
408
695
293
148
7068

.374
.426
.437
.453
.482
.427
.432
.468
.445
.444
.453
.438

FTM FTA Pct. Reb. Ast.


26
32 .813
49
78
Did not playin military service.
175
222 .788
323
236
320
378 .847
378
317
280
349 .802
365
379
249
289 .862
388
449
270
338 .799
292
413
247
295 .837
245
359
288
327 *.881
237
334
147
170 .865
105
167
243
277 *.877
169
275
120
133 .902
103
140
67
81 .827
51
68
2432 2891 .841 2705 3215

PF
37
182
246
263
234
286
220
263
150
242
141
62
2326

Dq.
0
2
3
7
4
9
5
4
3
10
2
0
49

NBA PLAYOFF RECORD


Season Team
56-57Philadelphia ..................
57-58Syracuse .......................
58-59Syracuse .......................
59-60Syracuse .......................
60-61Syracuse .......................
61-62Syracuse .......................
62-63Syracuse .......................
63-64Philadelphia ..................
64-65Philadelphia ..................
66-67Philadelphia ..................
Totals ......................................

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG

FGM
3
10
54
20
42
22
16
3
22
6
198

FGA
8
34
121
47
103
51
37
14
53
8
476

Pct.
.375
.294
.446
.426
.408
.431
.432
.214
.415
.750
.416

FTM
0
14
51
10
47
29
19
10
11
5
196

FTA Pct.
1 .000
141.000
61 .836
12 .833
55 .855
33 .879
23 .826
101.000
16 .688
51.000
230 .852

Reb.
5
25
53
14
35
16
4
3
12
4
171

Ast.
2
12
54
20
52
28
23
4
20
3
218

PF
3
6
40
15
39
21
27
14
43
2
210

Dq.
0
0
2
1
3
0
2
1
2
0
11

11.4
18.2
15.3
15.0

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

Season
Team
PPG
50-51Niagara ...................
51-52Niagara......................
52-53Niagara .....................
53-54Niagara .....................
Varsity totals.......................

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
118 2.6 4.1 6.2
547
1076
1108
993
1084
867
858
529
861
380
201
8622

4.5
5.3
5.2
5.5
3.9
3.9
3.0
2.3
2.6
2.1
1.8
3.8

3.3
4.4
5.4
6.3
5.5
5.7
4.3
3.7
4.3
2.9
2.4
4.6

7.6
14.9
15.8
14.0
14.5
13.8
11.0
11.8
13.5
7.8
7.2
12.2

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
6 2.5 1.0 3.0
34 8.3 4.0 11.3
159 5.9 6.0 17.7
50 4.7 6.7 16.7
131 4.4 6.5 16.4
73 3.2 5.6 14.6
51 0.8 4.6 10.2
16 0.6 0.8 3.2
55 1.2 2.0 5.5
17 2.0 1.5 8.5
592 3.3 4.2 11.4

NBA ALL-STAR GAME RECORD


Season Team
Min.
1958Syracuse...................
17
1959Syracuse...................
18
1960Syracuse................... 20
1961Syracuse...................
5
1962Syracuse...................
1965Philadelphia ..............
11
Totals ................................ 71

FGM
0
3
5
1

FGA
6
8
9
2

2
11

7
32

Pct.
.000
.375
.556
.500

FTM
FTA
Pct.
1
1
1.000
1
1
1.000
0
0
...
0
0
...
Selected, did not playinjured.
.286
0
0
...
.344
2
2
1.000

Reb.
1
3
4
0

Ast.
4
3
2
0

PF
2
1
1
2

Dq.
0
0
0
0

Pts.
1
7
10
2

1
9

2
11

2
8

0
0

4
24

EBL REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


Season Team
65-66Wilkes-Barre .................

G
12

Min.
...

FGM
54

FGA Pct.
...
...

FTM
53

FTA Pct.
59 .898

Reb.
22

Ast.
83

PF
...

Dq.
.

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
167 1.8 6.9 13.9

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Head coach, Minoa High School, N.Y. (1965-66). ... Head coach, Milwaukee Does of Womens Professional
Basketball League (1979-80).
NBA COACHING RECORD
Season Team

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

68-69Milwaukee............................................
69-70Milwaukee............................................
70-71Milwaukee............................................
71-72Milwaukee ............................................
72-73Milwaukee............................................
73-74Milwaukee ............................................
74-75Milwaukee ............................................
75-76Milwaukee ............................................
76-77Milwaukee ............................................
78-79Chicago ...............................................
Totals (10 years) ............................................

27
56
66
63
60
59
38
38
3
20
430

55
26
16
19
22
23
44
44
15
36
300

.329
.683
.805
.768
.732
.720
.463
.463
.167
.357
.589

7th/Eastern Division
2nd/Eastern Division
1st/Midwest Division
1st/Midwest Division
1st/Midwest Division
1st/Midwest Division
4th/Midwest Division
1st/Midwest Division

5
12
6
2
11

37

Totals (6 years)

5
2
5
4
5

23

.500
.857
.545
.333
.688

.333

.617

COLLEGIATE COACHING RECORD


Season Team
80-81Utica ....................................................
81-82Utica.....................................................
82-83Utica ....................................................
83-84Utica ....................................................
84-85Utica ....................................................
85-86Utica ....................................................
86-87Utica ....................................................
Totals (7 years) ..............................................

W
13
4
11
11
15
13
10
77

L
12
22
15
15
12
14
16
106

Pct.
.520
.154
.423
.423
.556
.481
.385
.421

Finish
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent

NOTES:
1970Defeated Philadelphia, 4-1, in Eastern Division Semifinals; lost to New York, 4-1, in Eastern Division Finals.
1971Defeated San Francisco, 4-1, in Western Conference Semifinals; defeated Los Angeles, 4-1, in Western Conference
Finals; defeated Baltimore, 4-0, in NBA Finals.
1972Defeated Golden State, 4-1, in Western Conference Semifinals; lost to Los Angeles, 4-2, in Western Conference Finals.
1973Lost to Golden State in Western Conference Semifinals.
1974Defeated Los Angeles, 4-1, in Western Conference Semifinals; defeated Chicago, 4-0, in Western Conference Finals;
lost to Boston, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
1976Lost to Detroit in Western Conference First Round. Resigned as Milwaukee head coach and replaced by Don Nelson
(November 22).
1979Replaced as Chicago head coach by Scotty Robertson (February 16).

CUNNINGHAM, BILLY
PERSONAL: Born June 3, 1943, in Brooklyn, N.Y. ... 6-7/210 (2,00/95,3). ... Full name: William John
Cunningham.
HIGH SCHOOL: Erasmus Hall (Brooklyn, N.Y.).
COLLEGE: North Carolina.
TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Philadelphia 76ers in first round of 1965 NBA Draft. ... Signed as free agent
by Carolina Cougars of American Basketball Association (August 1969). ... Signed as free agent by 76ers
(1969). ... Suspended by NBA (1972). ... Restored by NBA (1974). ... Returned to 76ers (1974).
CAREER HONORS: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1986). ... One of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA
History (1996).
CAREER NOTES: Part owner, Miami Heat (1987-88 to 1994-95).
MISCELLANEOUS: Member of NBA championship team (1967).

COLLEGIATE RECORD
NOTES: THE SPORTING NEWS All-America second team (1965).
Season
Team
PPG
61-62North Carolina.........
62-63North Carolina ..........
63-64North Carolina ..........
64-65North Carolina ..........
Varsity totals.......................

G
10
21
24
24
69

Min.

FGM

FGA

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

81
186
233
237
656

162
380
526
481
1387

.500
.489
.443
.493
.473

45
105
157
135
397

78
170
249
213
632

.577
.618
.631
.634
.628

127
339
379
344
1062

...
...
...
...
...

207
477
623
609
1709

...
...
...
...
...

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG
12.7
16.1
15.8
14.3
15.4

...
...
...
...
...

20.7
22.7
26.0
25.4
24.8

NBA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


HONORS: All-NBA first team (1969, 1970, 1971). ... All-NBA second team (1972). ... NBA All-Rookie team (1966).
Season Team
65-66Philadelphia ..................
66-67Philadelphia ..................
67-68Philadelphia...................
68-69Philadelphia ..................
69-70Philadelphia ..................
70-71Philadelphia ..................
71-72Philadelphia...................

G
80
81
74
82
81
81
75

Season
Team
G
PPG
74-75Philadelphia ...80 2859
75-76Philadelphia ...20
640
Totals.....................654 22406
Personal fouls/disqualifications:

Min.

Min.
2134
2168
2076
3345
3194
3090
2900

FGM FGA
431 1011
556 1211
516 1178
739 1736
802 1710
702 1519
658 1428

Pct.
.426
.459
.438
.426
.469
.462
.461

FTM
281
383
368
556
510
455
428

FTA
443
558
509
754
700
620
601

Pct.
.634
.686
.723
.737
.729
.734
.712

Reb.
599
589
562
1050
1101
946
918

Ast. PF
207 301
205 260
187 260
287 *329
352 331
395 328
443 295

REBOUNDS
FGM FGA Pct. FTM FTA Pct. Off. Def. Tot. Ast. Stl.

609 1423 .428 345 444 .777 130 596 726 442 91
103
251 .410
68 88 .773 29 118 147 107 24
5116 11467 .446 3394 4717 .720
...
... 6638 2625 115
1974-75. 270/4. 1975-76, 57/1. Totals, 2431/64.

NBA PLAYOFF RECORD

35
10
45

Dq.
12
2
3
10
15
5
12
Blk.

Pts.
1143
1495
1400
2034
2114
1859
1744

AVERAGES
RPG APG PPG
7.5 2.6 14.3
7.3 2.5 18.5
7.6 2.5 18.9
12.8 3.5 24.8
13.6 4.3 26.1
11.7 4.9 23.0
12.2 5.9 23.3

TO

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG

... 1563
...
274
... 13626

9.1
7.4
10.1

5.5 19.5
5.4 13.7
4.0 20.8

AVERAGES

Season Team
65-66Philadelphia ..................
66-67Philadelphia ..................
67-68Philadelphia...................
68-69Philadelphia ..................
69-70Philadelphia ..................
70-71Philadelphia ..................
Totals ......................................

G
4
15
3
5
5
7
39

Min.
69
339
86
217
205
301
1217

FGM
5
83
24
49
61
67
289

FGA
31
221
43
117
123
142
677

Pct.
.161
.376
.558
.419
.496
.472
.427

FTM
11
59
14
24
24
47
179

FTA
13
90
17
38
36
67
261

Pct.
.846
.656
.824
.632
.667
.701
.686

Reb.
18
93
22
63
52
108
356

Ast.
10
33
10
12
20
40
125

PF
11
53
16
24
19
28
151

Dq.
0
1
1
1
0
0
3

Pts.
21
225
62
122
146
181
757

Ast.
1
2
3
3
9

PF
3
3
1
4
11

RPG APG PPG


4.5 2.5 5.3
6.2 2.2 15.0
7.3 3.3 20.7
12.6 2.4 24.4
10.4 4.0 29.2
15.4 5.7 25.9
9.1 3.2 19.4

NBA ALL-STAR GAME RECORD


Season Team
Min.
1969Philadelphia .............. 22
1970Philadelphia .............. 28
1971Philadelphia ..............
19
1972Philadelphia .............. 24
Totals ................................ 93

FGM
5
7
2
4
18

FGA
10
13
8
13
44

Pct.
.500
.538
.250
.308
.409

FTM
0
5
1
6
12

FTA
0
5
2
8
15

Pct.
...
1.000
.500
.750
.800

Reb.
5
4
4
10
23

Dq.
0
0
0
0
0

Pts.
10
19
5
14
48

ABA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


NOTES: ABA Most Valuable Player (1973). ... ABA All-Star first team (1973).
2-POINT
Min. FGM FGA Pct.
3248 757 1534 .493
1190 252 529 .476
4438 1009 2063 .489

FGM
14
1
15

3-POINT
FGA Pct. FTM
49 .286 472
8 .125 149
57 .263 621

FTA
598
187
785

Pct. Reb.
.789 1012
.797 331
.791 1343

Ast. Pts.
530 2028
150 656
680 2684

AVERAGES
RPG APG PPG
12.0
6.3 24.1
10.3
4.7 20.5
11.6
5.9 23.1

FTA
83
5
88

Pct. Reb.
.687 142
.800
16
.693 158

Ast.
61
6
67

AVERAGES
RPG APG PPG
11.8
5.1 23.5
5.3
2.0 7.3
10.5
4.5 20.3

ABA PLAYOFF RECORD


Season Team
72-73Carolina................
73-74Carolina................
Totals ............................

G
12
3
15

Min.
472
61
533

2-POINT
FGM FGA Pct.
111 219 .507
9
29 .310
120 248 .484

FGM
1
0
1

3-POINT
FGA Pct. FTM
4 .250
57
2 .000
4
6 .167
61

Pts.
282
22
304

ABA ALL-STAR GAME RECORD


Season Team
1973Carolina..................................

Min.
20

2-POINT
FGM FGA
9
11

Pct.
.818

3-POINT
FGM
FGA
0
1

Pct.
.000

FTM
0

FTA
0

Pct.
...

Reb.
6

COMBINED ABA AND NBA REGULAR-SEASON RECORDS


G
Min. FGM FGA Pct. FTM FTA Pct.
Totals .......... 770 26844 6140 13587 .452 4015 5502 .730
Three-point field goals: 15-for-57 (.263).
Personal fouls: 2845.

REBOUNDS
Off. Def. Tot. Ast.
...
... 7981 3305

Stl. Blk.
...
...

W
53
47
59
62
58
65
52
58
454

L
23
35
23
20
24
17
30
24
196

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.697
1st/Atlantic Division
.573
2nd/Atlantic Division
.720
2nd/Atlantic Division
.756
T1st/Atlantic Division
.707
2nd/Atlantic Division
.793
1st/Atlantic Division
.634
2nd/Atlantic Division
.707
2nd/Atlantic Division
.698
Totals (8 years)

Pts.
18

AVERAGES
TO Pts. RPG APG PPG
... 16310 10.4 4.3 21.2

NBA COACHING RECORD

Season Team
77-78Philadelphia .........................................
78-79Philadelphia .........................................
79-80Philadelphia .........................................
80-81Philadelphia .........................................
81-82Philadelphia .........................................
82-83Philadelphia .........................................
83-84Philadelphia .........................................
84-85Philadelphia .........................................
Totals (8 years) ..............................................

Ast.
4

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

G
Season Team
72-73Carolina................ 84
73-74Carolina................ 32
Totals ............................ 116

W
6
5
12
9
12
12
2
8
66

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
4
.600
4
.556
6
.667
7
.563
9
.571
1
.923
3
.400
5
.615
39
.629

NOTES:
1977Replaced Gene Shue as Philadelphia head coach (November 4), with record of 2-4.
1978Defeated New York, 4-0, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; lost to Washington, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Finals.
1979Defeated New Jersey, 2-0, in Eastern Conference First Round; lost to San Antonio, 4-3, in Eastern Conference
Semifinals.
1980Defeated Washington, 2-0, in Eastern Conference First Round; defeated Atlanta, 4-1, in Eastern Conference
Semifinals; defeated Boston, 4-1, in Eastern Conference Finals; lost to Los Angeles, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
1981Defeated Indiana, 2-0, in Eastern Conference First Round; defeated Milwaukee, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Semifinals;
lost to Boston, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Finals.
1982Defeated Atlanta, 2-0, in Eastern Conference First Round; defeated Milwaukee, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Semifinals;
defeated Boston, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Finals; lost to Los Angeles, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
1983Defeated New York, 4-0, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; defeated Milwaukee, 4-1, in Eastern Conference Finals;
defeated Los Angeles, 4-0, in NBA Finals.
1984Lost to New Jersey in Eastern Conference First Round.
1985Defeated Washington, 3-1, in Eastern Conference First Round; defeated Milwaukee, 4-0, in Eastern Conference
Semifinals; lost to Boston, 4-1, in Eastern Conference Finals.

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

DALY, CHUCK
PERSONAL: Born July 20, 1930, in St. Marys, Pa. ... Died May 9, 2009 ... 6-2/180 (1,88/81,6). ... Full name:
Charles Jerome Daly.
HIGH SCHOOL: Kane Area (Pa.).
COLLEGE: St. Bonaventure, then Bloomsburg (Pa.) State.
CAREER NOTES: Broadcaster, 76ers (1982-83). ... Broadcaster, Turner Sports (1994-95 through 1996-97). ...
Special consultant to the president, Vancouver Grizzlies (May 10, 2000-2009). ... Vancouver franchise moved to Memphis for
2001-02 season.
MISCELLANEOUS: Head coach, gold-medal-winning U.S. Olympic team (1992).
CAREER HONORS: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1994). ... One of the Top 10 Coaches in NBA
History (1996).

COLLEGIATE RECORD
Team
Season
PPG
48-49St. Bonaventure ......
49-50Bloomsburg State.....
50-51Bloomsburg State.....
51-52Bloomsburg State .....
Varsity totals.......................

16
16
32

Min.

...
...
...

FGM

...
...
...

FGA

...
...
...

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

Freshman team statistics unavailable.


Did not playtransfer student.
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...

215
203
418

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG

...
...
...

...
...
...

13.4
12.7
13.1

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Head coach, Punxsutawney High School, Pa (1955-56 through 1962-63; record: 111-70, .613). ... Assistant
coach, Duke University (1963-64 through 1968-69). ... Assistant coach, Philadelphia 76ers (1978-December 4, 1981).
COLLEGIATE COACHING RECORD
Season Team
69-70Boston College....................................
70-71Boston College....................................
71-72Pennsylvania ........................................
72-73Pennsylvania........................................
73-74Pennsylvania ........................................
74-75Pennsylvania ........................................
75-76Pennsylvania ........................................
76-77Pennsylvania ........................................
Totals (8 years) ..............................................

W
11
15
25
21
21
23
17
18
151

L
13
11
3
7
6
5
9
8
62

Pct.
.458
.577
.893
.750
.778
.821
.654
.692
.709

Finish
Independent
Independent
1st/Ivy League
1st/Ivy League
1st/Ivy League
1st/Ivy League
2nd/Ivy League
2nd/Ivy League

NBA COACHING RECORD


Season Team
81-82Cleveland .............................................
83-84Detroit ..................................................
84-85Detroit ..................................................
85-86Detroit ..................................................
86-87Detroit ..................................................
87-88Detroit ..................................................
88-89Detroit ..................................................
89-90Detroit ..................................................
90-91Detroit ..................................................
91-92Detroit ..................................................
92-93New Jersey ..........................................
93-94New Jersey ..........................................
97-98Orlando ................................................
98-99Orlando................................................
Totals (14 years) ............................................

W
9
49
46
46
52
54
63
59
50
48
43
45
41
33
638

Season Team
1992Team USA..............................................

W
8

L
32
33
36
36
30
28
19
23
32
34
39
37
41
17
437

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.220
.598
2nd/Central Division
.561
2nd/Central Division
.561
3rd/Central Division
.634
2nd/Central Division
.659
1st/Central Division
.768
1st/Central Division
.720
1st/Central Division
.610
2nd/Central Division
.585
3rd/Central Division
.524
3rd/Atlantic Division
.549
3rd/Atlantic Division
.500
5th/Atlantic Division
.660
T1st/Atlantic Division
.593
Totals (12 years)

2
5
1
10
14
15
15
7
2
2
1

1
75

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

3
.400
4
.556
3
.250
5
.667
9
.609
2
.882
5
.750
8
.467
3
.400
3
.400
3
.250

3
.250
51
.595

OLYMPIC RECORD
L
0

Pct.
1.000

Finish
Gold medal

NOTES:
1972Defeated Providence, 76-60, in NCAA Tournament first round; defeated Villanova, 78-67, in second round; lost to North
Carolina, 73-59, in regional final.
1973Defeated St. Johns, 62-61, in NCAA Tournament first round; lost to Providence, 87-65, in second round; lost to
Syracuse, 69-68, in regional consolation game.
1974Lost to Providence, 84-69, in NCAA Tournament first round.
1975Lost to Kansas State, 69-62, in NCAA Tournament first round.
1981Replaced Don Delaney (4-13) and Bob Kloppenburg (0-1) as Cleveland head coach (December 4), with record of 4-14.
1982Replaced as Cleveland head coach by Bill Musselman (February), with record of 13-46.
1984Lost to New York in Eastern Conference First Round.
1985Defeated New Jersey, 3-0, in Eastern Conference First Round; lost to Boston, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Semifinals.
1986Lost to Atlanta in Eastern Conference First Round.
1987Defeated Washington, 3-0, in Eastern Conference First Round; defeated Atlanta, 4-1, in Eastern Conference
Semifinals; lost to Boston, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Finals.
1988Defeated Washington, 3-2, in Eastern Conference First Round; defeated Chicago, 4-1, in Eastern Conference
Semifinals; defeated Boston, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Finals; lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
1989Defeated Boston, 3-0, in Eastern Conference First Round; defeated Milwaukee, 4-0, in Eastern Conference Semifinals;
defeated Chicago, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Finals; defeated Los Angeles Lakers, 4-0, in NBA Finals.

10

1990Defeated Indiana, 3-0, in Eastern Conference First Round; defeated New York, 4-1, in Eastern Conference Semifinals;
defeated Chicago, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Finals; defeated Portland, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
1991Defeated Atlanta, 3-2, in Eastern Conference First Round; defeated Boston, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; lost
to Chicago, 4-0, in Eastern Conference Finals.
1992Lost to New York in Eastern Conference First Round.
Team USA defeated Angola, 116-48; Croatia, 103-70; Germany, 111-68; Bazil, 127-83; and Spain, 122-81 , in preliminary round.
Defeated Puerto Rico, 115-77, in medal round quarterfinals; defeated lithuania, 127-76, in semifinals; defeated
Croatia, 117-85, in gold-medal game.
1993Lost to Cleveland in Eastern Conference First Round.
1994Lost to New York in Eastern Conference First Round.
1999Lost to Philadelphia in Eastern Conference First Round.

DUNLEAVY, MIKE

COLLEGIATE RECORD
Season Team
G
72-73South Carolina .......... 29
73-74South Carolina .......... 27
74-75South Carolina .......... 28
75-76South Carolina .......... 27
Totals .................................. 111

Min.
803
983
1016
962
3764

FGM
122
167
182
144
615

FGA
236
369
368
297
1270

Pct.
.517
.453
.495
.485
.484

FTM
59
97
91
109
356

FTA
72
116
119
139
446

Pct.
.819
.836
.765
.784
.798

Reb.
60
85
110
87
342

Ast.
73
95
89
113
370

Pts.
303
431
455
397
1586

RPG
2.1
3.1
3.9
3.2
3.1

NBA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

PERSONAL: Born March 21, 1954, in Brooklyn, N.Y. ... 6-3/180. (1.91/81.6). ... Full name: Michael Joseph
Dunleavy ... Father of Mike Dunleavy, guard/forward with Indiana Pacers ... Name pronounced DONE-leevee.
HIGH SCHOOL: Nazareth Regional (Brooklyn, N.Y.).
COLLEGE: South Carolina.
TRANSACTIONS/CAREER NOTES: Selected by Philadelphia 76ers in sixth round (99th pick overall) of 1976
NBA Draft ... Waived by 76ers (November 14, 1977) ... Player/head coach with Carolina Lightning of All-America Basketball
Alliance (1977-78) ... Signed as free agent by Houston Rockets (March 10, 1978) ... Signed as veteran free agent by San
Antonio Spurs (October 16, 1982); Rockets waived their right of first refusal in exchange for 1983 third-round draft choice ...
Signed as veteran free agent by Milwaukee Bucks (March 8, 1984); Spurs waived their right of first refusal in exchange for
1984 fourth-round draft choice and cash ... Waived by Bucks (October 24, 1985) ... Re-signed by Bucks to 10-day contract
(February 19, 1989) ... Waived by Bucks (February 24, 1989) ... Re-signed as free agent by Bucks (December 10, 1989) ...
Waived by Bucks (December 15, 1989) ... Re-signed by Bucks to 10-day contract (March 2, 1990) ... Waived by Bucks (March
9, 1990).
NOTES: Led NBA with .345 three-point field goal percentage (1983).
AVERAGES
APG PPG
2.5 10.4
3.5 16.0
3.2 16.3
4.2 14.7
3.3 14.3

Year-Team
G
MIN FGM FGA PCT FG3M FG3A PCT FTM FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT RPG AST APG PF DQ STL BLK PTS PPG
76-77 Philadelphia
32
359
60
145 .414
0
0
--34 45 .756 10 24 34 1.1 56 1.8 64 1 13 2 154 4.8
77-78 Phi.-Hou.
15
119
20
50 .400
0
0
--13 18 .722
1
9 10 0.7 28 1.9 12 0 9 1
53 3.5
78-79 Houston
74 1486 215
425 .506
0
0
--- 159 184 .864 28 100 128 1.7 324 4.4 168 2 56 5 589 8.0
79-80 Houston
51 1036 148
319 .464
3
20 .150 111 134 .828 26 74 100 2.0 210 4.1 120 2 40 4 410 8.0
80-81 Houston
74 1609 310
632 .491
1
16 .063 156 186 .839 28 90 118 1.6 268 3.6 165 1 64 2 777 10.5
81-82 Houston
70
1315 206
450 .458
33
86 .384
75 106 .708 24 80 104 1.5 227 3.2 161 0 45 3 520 7.4
82-83 San Antonio
79
1619 213
510 .418
67 194 .345 120 154 .779 18 116 134 1.7 437 5.5 210 1 74 4 613 7.8
83-84 Milwaukee
17
404
70
127 .551
19
45 .422
32 40 .800
6 22 28 1.6 78 4.6 51 0 12 1 191 11.2
84-85 Milwaukee
19
433
64
135 .474
16
47 .340
25 29 .862
6 25 31 1.6 85 4.5 55 1 15 3 169 8.9
88-89 Milwaukee
2
5
1
2 .500
1
2 .500
0
0 --0
0
0 0.0
0 0.0
0 0 0 0
3 1.5
89-90 Milwaukee
5
43
4
14 .286
2
9 .222
7
8 .875
0
2
2 0.4 10 2.0
7 0 1 0
17 3.4
TOTALS
438 8428 1311 2809 .467
142 419 .339 732 904 .810 147 542 689 1.6 1723 3.9 1013 8 329 25 3496 8.0
Three-point field goals: 1979-80, 3-for-20 (.150). 1980-81, 1-for-16 (.063). 1981-82, 33-for-86 (.384). 1982-83, 67-for-194 (.345). 1983-84,
19-for-45 (.422). 1984-85, 16-for-47 (.340). 1988-89, 1-for-2 (.500). 1989-90, 2-for-9 (.222). Totals, 142-for-419 (.339).
Personal fouls/disqualifications: 1976-77, 64/1. 1977-78, 12/0. 1978-79, 168/2. 1979-80, 120/2. 1980-81, 165/1. 1981-82, 161/0. 1982-83,
210/1. 1983-84, 51/0. 1984-85, 55/1. 1989-90, 7/0. Totals, 1013/8.

NBA PLAYOFF RECORD

Year-Team
G
MIN FGM FGA PCT FG3M FG3A PCT FTM FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT RPG AST APG PF DQ STL BLK PTS PPG
76-77 Philadelphia
11
68
9
25 .360
0
0
--4
5 .800
1
3
4 0.4
9 0.8 14 0 3 0
22 2.0
78-79 Houston
1
10
0
2 .000
0
0
--0
0 --0
1
1 1.0
0 0.0
1 0 0 0
0 0.0
79-80 Houston
6
45
6
12 .500
0
2 .000
5
6 .833
2
3
5 0.8 13 2.2 11 0 5 0
17 2.8
80-81 Houston
20
472
69
152 .454
6
15 .400
33 38 .868
9 33 42 2.1 68 3.4 59 1 15 1 177 8.9
81-82 Houston
3
66
9
22 .409
0
4 .000
5
6 .833
0
3
3 1.0
9 3.0
7 0 2 0
23 7.7
82-83 San Antonio
11
174
22
65 .338
8
30 .267
9 13 .692
3 10 13 1.2 49 4.5 22 0 9 1
61 5.5
83-84 Milwaukee
15
393
59
129 .457
18
50 .360
33 36 .917 10 25 35 2.3 46 3.1 59 2 17 0 169 11.3
TOTALS
67 1228 174
407 .428
32 101 .317
89 104 .856 25 78 103 1.5 194 2.9 173 3 51 2 469 7.0
Three-point field goals: 1979-80, 0-for-2. 1980-81, 6-for-15 (.400). 1981-82, 0-for-4. 1982-83, 8-for-30 (.267). 1983-84, 18-for-50 (.360).
Totals, 32-for-101 (.317).
Personal fouls/disqualifications: 1976-77, 14/0. 1978-79, 1/0. 1979-80, 11/0. 1980-81, 59/1. 1981-82, 7/0. 1982-83, 22/0. 1983-84, 59/2.
Totals, 173/3.

ALL AMERICA BASKETBALL ALLIANCE RECORD


Season Team
G Min. FGM
FGA
Pct.
FTM
77-78Carolina ..................... 10 332
66
123 .537
53
Three-point field goals: 1977-78, 2-for-5 (.400). Totals, 2-for-5 (.400).

FTA
60

Pct.
.883

Reb.
52

Ast.
50

Pts.
191

RPG
5.2

AVERAGES
APG PPG
5.0 19.1

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Player/head coach, Carolina Lightning of All-America Basketball Alliance (1977-78) ... Assistant coach,
Milwaukee Bucks (1987-88 through 1989-90).
NBA COACHING RECORD

11

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

Season Team
90-91L.A. Lakers ..........................................
91-92L.A. Lakers...........................................
92-93Milwaukee............................................
93-94Milwaukee............................................
94-95Milwaukee............................................
95-96Milwaukee............................................
97-98Portland ...............................................
98-99Portland ...............................................
99-00Portland...............................................
00-01Portland ...............................................
03-04L.A. Clippers........................................
04-05L.A. Clippers........................................
05-06L.A. Clippers........................................
06-07L.A. Clippers........................................
07-08L.A. Clippers ........................................
08-09L.A. Clippers........................................
09-10L.A. Clippers ........................................
Totals.............................................................

W
58
43
28
20
34
25
46
35
59
50
28
37
47
40
23
19
21
613

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.707
2nd/Pacific Division
.524
6th/Pacific Division
.341
7th/Central Division
.244
6th/Central Division
.415
6th/Central Division
.305
7th/Central Division
.561
4th/Pacific Division
.700
1st/Pacific Division
.720
2nd/Pacific Division
.610
4th/Pacific Division
.341
7th/Pacific Division
.451
3rd/Pacific Division
.573
2nd/Pacific Division
.488
4th/Pacific Division
.280
5th/Pacific Division
.232
4th/Pacific Division
.429
.461

L
24
39
54
62
48
57
36
15
23
32
54
45
35
42
59
63
28
716

W
12
1

1
7
10
0

38

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
7
.632
3
.250

3
.250
6
.538
6
.625
3
.000

5
.583

33
.535

NOTES:
90-91Defeated Houston, 3-0, in Western Conference first round; defeated Golden State, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals; defeated Portland, 4-2,
in Western Conference finals; lost to Chicago, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
91-92Lost to Portland, 3-1, in Western Conference first round.
97-98Lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 3-1, in Western Conference first round.
98-99Defeated Phoenix, 3-0, in Western Conference first round; defeated Utah, 4-2, in Western Conference semifinals; lost to San
Antonio, 4-0, in
Western Conference finals.
99-00Defeated Minnesota, 3-1, in Western Conference first round; defeated Utah, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals; lost to Los
Angeles Lakers,
4-3, in Western Conference finals.
00-01Lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 3-0, in Western Conference first round.
05-06Defeated Denver, 4-1, in Western Conference first round; lost to Phoenix, 4-3, in Western Conference semifinals.

FITCH, BILL
PERSONAL: Born May 19, 1934, in Davenport, Iowa. ... 6-2/205 (1,88/93,0). ... Full name: Billy Charles Fitch.
HIGH SCHOOL: Cedar Rapids (Iowa).
COLLEGE: Coe College (Iowa).
CAREER HONORS: One of the Top 10 Coaches in NBA History (1996).

COLLEGIATE RECORD
Season
Team
PPG
50-51Coe College ..............
51-52Coe College ..............
Season
Team
PPG
52-53Coe College ..............
53-54Coe College ..............
Totals ..................................

G
20

FGM

63

...

...
G

19
22
61

Min.

...
...
...

FGA

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

Freshman team statistics unavailable.


...
50
...
...
...
...

176

Min.

FGM

FGA

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

83
123
269

...
...
...

...
...
...

72
92
214

...
...
...

...
...
...

...
...
...

...
...
...

238
338
752

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG
...

...

8.8

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG
...
...
...

...
...
...

12.5
15.4
12.3

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Head baseball coach and assistant basketball coach, Creighton University (1956-57 and 1957-58).
HONORS: NBA Coach of the Year (1976, 1980).
COLLEGIATE COACHING RECORD
Season Team
58-59Coe College.........................................
59-60Coe College.........................................
60-61Coe College.........................................
61-62Coe College .........................................
62-63North Dakota .......................................
63-64North Dakota .......................................
64-65North Dakota .......................................
65-66North Dakota .......................................
66-67North Dakota .......................................
67-68Bowling Green .....................................
68-69Minnesota ............................................
69-70Minnesota ............................................
Totals (12 years) ............................................

W
11
12
10
11
14
10
26
24
20
18
12
13
181

L
9
9
12
10
13
16
5
5
6
7
12
11
115

Pct.
.550
.571
.455
.524
.519
.385
.839
.828
.769
.720
.500
.542
.611

Finish
6th/Midwest Collegiate Athletic Conference
T5th/Midwest Collegiate Athletic Conference
T4th/Midwest Collegiate Athletic Conference
T6th/Midwest Collegiate Athletic Conference
3rd/North Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
T3rd/North Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
1st/North Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
1st/North Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
1st/North Central Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
1st/Mid-American Conference
T5th/Big Ten Conference
5th/Big Ten Conference

NBA COACHING RECORD


Season Team
70-71Cleveland .............................................
71-72Cleveland .............................................
72-73Cleveland .............................................

W
15
23
32

L
67
59
50

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.183
4th/Central Division
.280
4th/Central Division
.390
4th/Central Division

12

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

73-74Cleveland .............................................
74-75Cleveland .............................................
75-76Cleveland .............................................
76-77Cleveland .............................................
77-78Cleveland .............................................
78-79Cleveland .............................................
79-80Boston .................................................
80-81Boston .................................................
81-82Boston..................................................
82-83Boston .................................................
83-84Houston ...............................................
84-85Houston ...............................................
85-86Houston ...............................................
86-87Houston ...............................................
87-88Houston ...............................................
89-90New Jersey ..........................................
90-91New Jersey ..........................................
91-92New Jersey ..........................................
94-95L.A. Clippers........................................
95-96L.A. Clippers........................................
96-97L.A. Clippers........................................
97-98L.A. Clippers ........................................
Totals (25 years) ............................................

29
40
49
43
43
30
61
62
63
56
29
48
51
42
46
17
26
40
17
29
36
17
944

53
42
33
39
39
52
21
20
19
26
53
34
31
40
36
65
56
42
65
53
46
65
1106

.354
.488
.598
.524
.524
.366
.744
.756
.768
.683
.354
.585
.622
.512
.561
.207
.317
.489
.207
.354
.439
.207
.460

4th/Central Division
3rd/Central Division
1st/Central Division
4th/Central Division
3rd/Central Division
T4th/Central Division
1st/Atlantic Division
T1st/Atlantic Division
1st/Atlantic Division
2nd/Atlantic Division
6th/Midwest Division
2nd/Midwest Division
1st/Midwest Division
3rd/Midwest Division
4th/Midwest Division
6th/Atlantic Division
5th/Atlantic Division
3rd/Atlantic Division
7th/Pacific Division
7th/Pacific Division
5th/Pacific Division
7th/Pacific Division

6
1
0

5
12
7
2

2
13
5
1

Totals (13 years) ... 55

7
2
2

4
5
5
5

3
7
5
3

54

.462
.538
.000

.556
.706
.583
.286

.400
.650
.500
.250

.250

.000

.505

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

NOTES:
1965Defeated Minnesota-Duluth, 67-57, in College Division Tournament first round; defeated Moorhead (Minn.) State in second round;
defeated Seattle Pacific, 97-83, in national quarterfinals; lost to Southern Illinois, 97-64, in national
semifinals; defeated St.
Michaels (Vt.), 94-86, in national third-place game.
1966Defeated Northern Colorado, 84-71, in College Division Tournament regional semifinals; defeated Valparaiso, 112-82,
in regional finals; defeated Abilene Christian, 63-62, in national quarterfinals; lost to Southern Illinois, 69-61, in national
semifinals; lost to Akron, 76-71, in national third-place game.
1967Lost to Louisiana Tech, 86-77, in College Division Tournament regional semifinals; defeated Parsons (Ia.), 107-56, in
regional third-place game.
1968Lost to Marquette, 72-71, in NCAA Tournament first round.
1976Defeated Washington, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; lost to Boston, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Finals.
1977Lost to Washington in Eastern Conference First Round.
1978Lost to New York in Eastern Conference First Round.
1980Defeated Houston, 4-0, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; lost to Philadelphia, 4-1, in Eastern Conference Finals.
1981Defeated Chicago, 4-0, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; defeated Philadelphia, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Finals;
defeated Houston,
4-2, in NBA Finals.
1982Defeated Washington, 4-1, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; lost to Philadelphia, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Finals.
1983Defeated Atlanta, 2-1, in Eastern Conference First Round; lost to Milwaukee, 4-0, in Eastern Conference Semifinals.
1985Lost to Utah in Western Conference First Round.
1986Defeated Sacramento, 3-0, in Western Conference First Round; defeated Denver, 4-2, in Western Conference
Semifinals; defeated Los
Angeles Lakers, 4-1, in Western Conference Finals; lost to Boston, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
1987Defeated Portland, 3-1, in Western Conference First Round; lost to Seattle, 4-2, in Western Conference Semifinals.
1988Lost to Dallas in Western Conference First Round.
1992Lost to Cleveland in Eastern Conference First Round.
1997Lost to Utah in Western Conference First Round.

FITZSIMMONS, COTTON

PERSONAL: Born October 7, 1931, in Hannibal, Mo. ... Died July 24, 2004. 5-7/160 (1,70/72,6). ... Full
name: Lowell Fitzsimmons.
HIGH SCHOOL: Bowling Green (Mo.).
COLLEGE: Hannibal (Mo.)-LaGrange, then Midwestern State (Texas).
CAREER NOTES: Director of player personnel, Golden State Warriors (1976-77). ... Director of player personnel, Phoenix Suns (1987-88). ... Head coach/director of player personnel, Suns (1988-89 through 1991-92).
... Senior executive vice president, Suns (1992-93 through January 16, 1996 and November 15, 1996 through 2004).

COLLEGIATE RECORD
Season
Team
PPG
52-53Hann.-LaGrange .....
53-54Midwestern State......
54-55Midwestern State......
55-56Midwestern State......
Varsity totals.......................

G
33
27
27
28
82

...
...
...
...
...

Min.

FGM

FGA

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

...
53
118
148
319

...
161
258
319
738

...
.329
.457
.464
.432

...
128
162
164
454

...
173
210
223
606

...
.740
.771
.735
.749

...
...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...
...

838
234
398
460
1092

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Assistant coach, Kansas State University (1967-68).
HONORS: NBA Coach of the Year (1979, 1989).
COLLEGE COACHING RECORD
Season Team
58-59Moberly J.C. (Mo.) ...............................
59-60Moberly J.C. (Mo.) ...............................
60-61Moberly J.C. (Mo.) ...............................

W
16
19
26

L
15
8
5

Pct.
.516
.704
.839

13

Finish

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG
...
...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...
...

25.4
8.7
14.7
16.4
13.3

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

61-62Moberly J.C. (Mo.) ...............................


62-63Moberly J.C. (Mo.) ...............................
63-64Moberly J.C. (Mo.) ...............................
64-65Moberly J.C. (Mo.) ...............................
65-66Moberly J.C. (Mo.) ...............................
66-67Moberly J.C. (Mo.) ...............................
68-69Kansas State .......................................
69-70Kansas State .......................................
Junior college totals (9 years) .......................
4-year college totals (2 years).......................

26
26
24
25
29
31
14
20
222
34

9
6
5
5
5
2
12
8
60
20

.743
.813
.828
.833
.853
.939
.538
.714
.787
.630

T2nd/Big Eight Conference


1st/Big Eight Conference

NBA COACHING RECORD


Season Team
70-71Phoenix................................................
71-72Phoenix ................................................
72-73Atlanta .................................................
73-74Atlanta..................................................
74-75Atlanta..................................................
75-76Atlanta..................................................
77-78Buffalo..................................................
78-79Kansas City .........................................
79-80Kansas City .........................................
80-81Kansas City .........................................
81-82Kansas City..........................................
82-83Kansas City .........................................
83-84Kansas City .........................................
84-85San Antonio .........................................
85-86San Antonio .........................................
88-89Phoenix................................................
89-90Phoenix................................................
90-91Phoenix................................................
91-92Phoenix ................................................
95-96Phoenix................................................
96-97Phoenix................................................
Totals (21 years) ............................................

W
48
49
46
35
31
28
27
48
47
40
30
45
38
41
35
55
54
55
53
27
0
832

L
34
33
36
47
51
46
55
34
35
42
52
37
44
41
47
27
28
27
29
22
8
775

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.585
3rd/Midwest Division
.598
3rd/Midwest Division
.561
2nd/Central Division
.427
2nd/Central Division
.378
4th/Central Division
.378
.329
4th/Atlantic Division
.585
1st/Midwest Division
.573
2nd/Midwest Division
.488
T2nd/Midwest Division
.366
4th/Midwest Division
.549
T2nd/Midwest Division
.463
T3rd/Midwest Division
.500
T4th/Midwest Division
.427
6th/Midwest Division
.671
2nd/Pacific Division
.659
3rd/Pacific Division
.671
3rd/Pacific Division
.646
3rd/Pacific Division
.551
4th/Pacific Division
.000
.518
Totals (12 years) ...

1
1
7

0
2
0
7
9
1
4
1

35

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

4
.333

4
.200
2
.333
8
.467

3
.000
3
.400
3
.000
5
.583
7
.563
3
.250
4
.500
3
.250

49
.417

NOTES:
1966Won National Junior College Athletic Association national tournament.
1967Won National Junior College Athletic Association national tournament.
1970Lost to New Mexico, 70-66, in NCAA Tournament regional semifinal.
1973Lost to Boston in Eastern Conference Semifinals.
1976Replaced as Atlanta head coach by Gene Tormohlen (March) with club in fifth place.
1979Lost to Phoenix in Western Conference Semifinals.
1980Lost to Phoenix in Western Conference First Round.
1981Defeated Portland, 2-1, in Western Conference First Round; defeated Phoenix, 4-3, in Western Conference Semifinals;
lost to Houston,
4-1, in Western Conference Finals.
1984Lost to Los Angeles Lakers in Western Conference First Round.
1985Lost to Denver in Western Conference First Round.
1986Lost to Los Angeles Lakers in Western Conference First Round.
1989Defeated Denver, 3-0, in Western Conference First Round; defeated Golden State, 4-1, in Western Conference
Semifinals; lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 4-0, in Western Conference Finals.
1990Defeated Utah, 3-2, in Western Conference First Round; defeated Los Angeles Lakers, 4-1, in Western Conference
Semifinals; lost to
Portland, 4-2, in Western Conference Finals.
1991Lost to Utah in Western Conference First Round.
1992Defeated San Antonio, 3-0, in Western Conference First Round; lost to Portland, 4-1, in Western Conference
Semifinals.
1996Replaced Paul Westphal as Phoenix head coach (January 16) with record of 14-19 and club in sixth place. Lost to San
Antonio in Western Conference First Round. Replaced as Phoenix head coach by Danny Ainge with record of 0-8 and
club in seventh place (November 15).

FRATELLO, MIKE

PERSONAL: Born February 24, 1947, in Hackensack, N.J. ... 5-7/150. (1.70/68.0). ... Full name: Michael
Robert Fratello
HIGH SCHOOL: Hackensack (N.J.).
COLLEGE: Montclair (N.J.) State College.

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Football and basketball coach, Hackensack (N.J.) High (1969-70). ... Assistant coach, Rhode Island
University (1970-72). Assistant coach, James Madison University (1972-75). ... Assistant coach, Villanova University (197576 through 1977-78). ... Assistant coach, Atlanta Hawks (1978-79 through 81-82). ... Assistant coach, New York Knicks (198283). ... Vice president/head coach, Hawks, (1986-87 through 1989-90). ... Broadcaster, NBC television, (1990-91 through 199293). Broadcaster, Turner Sports (1999-2004, 2007-present).
NBA COACHING RECORD
Season Team
80-81Atlanta .................................................
83-84Atlanta .................................................
84-85Atlanta .................................................
85-86Atlanta .................................................

W
0
40
34
50

L
3
42
48
32

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.000
4th/Central Division
.488
3rd/Central Division
.415
5th/Central Division
.610
2nd/Central Division

14

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

3
.400

5
.444

86-87Atlanta .................................................
87-88Atlanta..................................................
88-89Atlanta .................................................
89-90Atlanta .................................................
93-94Cleveland .............................................
94-95Cleveland .............................................
95-96Cleveland .............................................
96-97Cleveland .............................................
97-98Cleveland .............................................
98-99Cleveland .............................................
04-05Memphis..............................................
05-06Memphis..............................................
06-07Memphis..............................................
Totals.............................................................

57
50
52
41
47
43
47
42
47
28
40
49
6
667

25
32
30
41
35
39
35
40
35
22
26
33
24
548

.695
.610
.634
.500
.573
.524
.573
.512
.573
.560
.606
.598
.200
.549

1st/Central Division
T2nd/Central Division
3rd/Central Division
6th/Central Division
T3rd/Central Division
4th/Central Division
3rd/Central Division
5th/Central Division
5th/Central Division

4
6
2

0
1
0

0
0

20

4th/Southwest Division
3rd/Southwest Division

5
6
3

3
3
3

4
4

42

.444
.500
.400

.000
.250
.000

.250

.000
.000

.323

NOTES:

HANNUM, ALEX

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

80-81Replaced Hubie Brown as Atlanta head coach (March 26), with record of 31-48 and club in fourth place. Served as interim cohead coach with
Brendan Suhr for remainder of season.
83-84Lost to Milwaukee in Eastern Conference first round.
85-86Defeated Detroit, 3-1, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Boston, 4-1, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
86-87Defeated Milwaukee, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Detroit, 4-1, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
87-88Defeated Milwaukee, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Boston, 4-3, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
93-94Lost to Chicago, 3-0, in Eastern Conference first round.
94-95Lost to New York, 3-1, in Eastern Conference first round.
95-96Lost to New York, 3-0, in Eastern Conference first round.
97-98Lost to Indiana, 3-1, in Eastern Conference first round.
04-05Replaced Hubie Brown as Memphis head coach (December 3, 2004) with a 5-11 record. Lost to Phoenix, 4-0, in Western
Conference first round.
05-06Lost to Dallas, 4-0, in Western Conference first round.

PERSONAL: Born July 19, 1923, in Los Angeles. ... Died January 18, 2002. ... 6-7/225 (2,00/102,1). ... Full
name: Alexander Murray Hannum.
HIGH SCHOOL: Hamilton (Los Angeles).
COLLEGE: Southern California.
TRANSACTIONS: Played for Los Angeles Shamrocks, an Amateur Athletic Union team and averaged 9.8
points per game (1945-46). ... Signed by Oshkosh All-Stars of National Basketball League (1948). ... Sold by
Oshkosh of NBL to Syracuse Nationals of NBA (1949). ... Traded by Nationals with Fred Scolari to Baltimore Bullets for Red
Rocha (1951). ... Sold by Bullets to Rochester Royals during 1951-52 season. ... Sold by Royals to Milwaukee Hawks (1954).
... Hawks franchise moved from Milwaukee to St. Louis for 1955-56 season. ... Released by Hawks (1956). ... Signed by Fort
Wayne Pistons (1956). ... Released by Pistons (December 12, 1956). ... Signed by Hawks (December 17, 1956).
CAREER HONORS: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1998).

COLLEGIATE RECORD
NOTES: In military service (1943-44 through 1945-46).
Season
Team
PPG
41-42Southern California .
42-43Southern California ...
46-47Southern California ...
47-48Southern California ...
Varsity totals.......................

G
15
24
23
62

Min.

FGM

23
...
108
...

...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...

FGA

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

Freshman team statistics unavailable.


...
9
20 .450
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...

55
251
263
569

NBL AND NBA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


Season Team
G
48-49Oshkosh (NBL).............. 62
49-50Syracuse ....................... 64
50-51Syracuse ....................... 63
51-52Balt.-Roch. .................... 66
52-53Rochester ..................... 68
53-54Rochester ..................... 72
54-55Milwaukee..................... 53
55-56St. Louis........................ 71
56-57Fort Wayne-St. Louis .... 59
Totals ...................................... 578

Min.
...
...
...
1508
1288
1707
1088
1480
642
...

FGM
126
177
182
170
129
175
126
146
77
1308

FGA
...
488
494
462
360
503
358
453
223
...

Pct.
...
.363
.368
.368
.358
.348
.352
.322
.345
...

FTM
113
128
107
98
88
102
61
93
37
827

FTA
191
186
197
138
133
164
107
154
56
1326

Pct.
.592
.688
.543
.710
.662
.622
.570
.604
.661
.624

Reb.
...
...
301
336
279
350
245
344
158
...

G
7
11
7
6
3
6
8
2
50

Min.
...
...
...
146
52
107
159
6
...

FGM
12
38
17
16
4
12
21
0
120

FGA
...
86
39
42
10
29
66
2
...

Pct.
...
.442
.436
.381
.400
.414
.318
.000
...

FTM
16
17
8
8
3
15
19
0
86

FTA
26
34
10
13
8
24
35
0
150

Pct.
.615
.500
.800
.615
.375
.625
.543
...
.573

HEAD COACHING RECORD


HONORS: NBA Coach of the Year (1964). ... ABA Coach of the Year (1969).
NBA COACHING RECORD

15

Reb.
...
...
47
26
4
22
29
0
...

...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...

3.7
10.5
11.4
9.2

Ast. PF
... 188
129 264
119 271
133 271
81 258
105 279
105 206
157 271
28 135
... 2143

Dq.
...
...
16
16
18
11
9
10
2
...

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
365
...
... 5.9
482
... 2.0 7.5
471 4.8 1.9 7.5
438 5.1 2.0 6.6
346 4.1 1.2 5.1
452 4.9 1.5 6.3
313 4.6 2.0 5.9
385 4.8 2.2 5.4
191 2.7 0.5 3.2
3443
...
... 6.0

Ast.
...
10
17
8
2
5
10
0
...

Dq.
...
...
3
3
1
3
3
0
...

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
40
...
... 5.7
93
... 0.9 8.5
42 6.7 2.4 6.0
40 4.3 1.3 6.7
11 1.3 0.7 3.7
39 3.7 0.8 6.5
61 3.6 1.3 7.6
0 0.0 0.0 0.0
326
...
... 6.5

NBL AND NBA PLAYOFF RECORD


Season Team
48-49Oshkosh (NBL)..............
49-50Syracuse .......................
50-51Syracuse .......................
51-52Rochester......................
52-53Rochester .....................
53-54Rochester .....................
55-56St. Louis........................
56-57St. Louis........................
Totals ......................................

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG

PF
...
50
37
30
16
28
36
2
...

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

Season Team
56-57St. Louis ..............................................
57-58St. Louis...............................................
60-61Syracuse..............................................
61-62Syracuse ..............................................
62-63Syracuse..............................................
63-64San Francisco......................................
64-65San Francisco......................................

W
15
41
38
41
48
48
17

L
16
31
41
39
32
32
63

Season Team
65-66San Francisco......................................
66-67Philadelphia .........................................
67-68Philadelphia .........................................
69-70San Diego ............................................
70-71San Diego ............................................
Totals (12 years) ............................................

W
35
68
62
18
40
471

L
45
13
20
38
42
412

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.484
T1st/Western Division
.569
1st/Western Division
.481
3rd/Eastern Division
.513
3rd/Eastern Division
.600
2nd/Eastern Division
.600
1st/Western Division
.215
5th/Western Division
REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.438
4th/Western Division
.840
1st/Eastern Division
.756
1st/Eastern Division
.321
7th/Western Division
.488
3rd/Pacific Division
.533
Totals (8 years)

11
7

47

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
4
.667
3
.727
4
.500
3
.400
3
.400
7
.417

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

4
.733
6
.538

34
.580

W
12
3
1

16

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
4
.750
4
.429
4
.200

12
.571

W
8
8
4
2
2
5

NIBL COACHING RECORD


Season Team
58-59Wichita.................................................
59-60Wichita.................................................
Totals (2 years) ..............................................

W
19
22
41

L
11
10
21

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.633
2nd
.688
2nd
.661

ABA COACHING RECORD


Season Team
68-69Oakland ...............................................
71-72Denver..................................................
72-73Denver .................................................
73-74Denver..................................................
Totals (4 years) ..............................................

W
60
34
47
37
178

L
18
50
37
47
152

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.769
1st/Western Division
.405
4th/Western Division
.560
3rd/Western Division
.440
T4th/Western Division
.539
Totals (3 years)

NOTES:
1957Replaced Red Holzman (14-19) and Slater Martin (5-3) as St. Louis head coach (January), with record of 19-22.
Defeated Fort Wayne, 115-103, and Minneapolis, 114-111, in Western Division tiebreakers; defeated Minneapolis, 3-0,
in Western Division Finals; lost to Boston, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
1958Defeated Detroit, 4-1, in Western Division Finals; defeated Boston, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
1961Defeated Philadelphia, 3-0, in Eastern Division Semifinals; lost to Boston, 4-1, in Eastern Division Finals.
1962Lost to Philadelphia in Eastern Division Semifinals.
1963Lost to Cincinnati in Eastern Division Semifinals.
1964Defeated St. Louis, 4-3, in Western Division Finals; lost to Boston, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
1967Defeated Cincinnati, 3-1, in Eastern Division Semifinals; defeated Boston, 4-1, in Eastern Division Finals; defeated San
Francisco, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
1968Defeated New York, 4-2, in Eastern Division Semifinals; lost to Boston, 4-3, in Eastern Division Finals.
1969Defeated Denver, 4-3, in Western Division Semifinals; defeated New Orleans, 4-0, in Western Division Finals; defeated
Indiana, 4-1, in ABA Finals. Replaced Jack McMahon as San Diego head coach (December), with record of 9-17.
1972Lost to Indiana in Western Division Semifinals.
1973Lost to Indiana in Western Division Semifinals.

HARRIS, DEL
PERSONAL: Born June 18, 1937, in Plainfield, Ind. ... 6-4/205 (1,93/93,0). ... Full name: Delmer W. Harris.
HIGH SCHOOL: Plainfield (Ind.).
COLLEGE: Milligan College (Tenn.).
CAREER NOTES: Vice president, Bucks (1987 through 1992). ... Consultant, Sacramento Kings (1993-94).

COLLEGIATE RECORD
NOTES: Field goal attempts for five games and rebounds for 13 games are unavailable.
Season
Team
PPG
55-56Milligan College ........
56-57Milligan College ........
57-58Milligan College.........
58-59Milligan College ........
Totals ..................................

G
24
24
22
21
91

...
...
...
...
...

Min.

FGM

FGA

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

101
162
167
136
566

232
375
378
306
1291

.435
.432
.442
.444
.438

89
141
119
158
507

126
197
149
202
674

.706
.716
.799
.782
.752

122
165
240
338
865

...
...
...
...
...

291
465
453
430
1639

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG
5.1
6.9
10.9
16.1
9.5

...
...
...
...
...

12.1
19.4
20.6
20.5
18.0

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Head coach, Superior League, Puerto Rico (1969 through 1975). ... Assistant coach, Utah Stars of ABA
(1975-76). ... Assistant coach, Houston Rockets (1976-77 through 1978-79). ... Scout, Milwaukee Bucks (1983 through 1986).
... Assistant coach, Bucks (1986-87). ... Assistant coach, Dallas Mavericks (2000-2007) ... Assistant coach, Chicago Bulls
(2008) ... Assistant coach, New Jersey Nets (2009).
HONORS: NBA Coach of the Year (1995).
COLLEGIATE COACHING RECORD

16

Season Team
65-66Earlham College ..................................
66-67Earlham College ..................................
67-68Earlham College...................................
68-69Earlham College ..................................
69-70Earlham College ..................................
70-71Earlham College ..................................
71-72Earlham College...................................
72-73Earlham College ..................................
73-74Earlham College ..................................
Totals (9 years) ..............................................

W
14
15
25
18
22
24
21
17
19
175

L
8
9
3
8
8
5
9
11
9
70

Pct.
.636
.625
.893
.692
.733
.828
.700
.607
.679
.714

Finish
Hoosier Collegiate Conference
4th/Hoosier Collegiate Conference
1st/Hoosier Collegiate Conference
2nd/Hoosier Collegiate Conference
1st/Hoosier Collegiate Conference
1st/Hoosier Collegiate Conference
1st/Hoosier Collegiate Conference
3rd/Hoosier Collegiate Conference
3rd/Hoosier Collegiate Conference

NBA COACHING RECORD


W
41
40
46
14
42
49
44
48
8
48
53
56
61
6
556

L
41
42
36
68
40
33
38
34
9
34
29
26
21
6
457

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.500
T2nd/Central Division
.488
T2nd/Midwest Division
.561
T2nd/Midwest Division
.171
6th/Midwest Division
.512
T4th/Central Division
.598
4th/Central Division
.537
3rd/Central Division
.585
3rd/Central Division
.471
.585
3rd/Pacific Division
.646
2nd/Pacific Division
.683
2nd/Pacific Division
.744
T1st/Pacific Division
.500
.549
Totals (11 years) ...

W
2
12
1

2
3
1
0

5
1
4
7

38

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
5
.286
9
.571
2
.333

3
.400
6
.333
3
.250
3
.000

5
.500
3
.250
5
.444
6
.538

50
.432

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

Season Team
79-80Houston ...............................................
80-81Houston ...............................................
81-82Houston ...............................................
82-83Houston ...............................................
87-88Milwaukee ............................................
88-89Milwaukee............................................
89-90Milwaukee............................................
90-91Milwaukee............................................
91-92Milwaukee ............................................
94-95L.A. Lakers ..........................................
95-96L.A. Lakers ..........................................
96-97L.A. Lakers ..........................................
97-98L.A. Lakers ...........................................
98-99L.A. Lakers ..........................................
Totals (14 years) ............................................

NOTES:
1968Posted 1-1 record in NAIA District Tournament.
1969Posted 0-1 record in NAIA District Tournament.
1970Posted 1-1 record in NAIA District Tournament.
1971Posted 2-0 record in NAIA District Tournament; posted 1-1 record in NAIA National Tournament.
1972Posted 1-1 record in NAIA District Tournament.
1973Posted 2-1 record in NAIA District Tournament.
1980Defeated San Antonio, 2-1, in Eastern Conference First Round; lost to Boston, 4-0, in Eastern Conference Semifinals.
1981Defeated Los Angeles Lakers, 2-1, in Western Conference First Round; defeated San Antonio, 4-3, in Western
Conference Semifinals;
defeated Kansas City, 4-1, in Western Conference Finals; lost to Boston, 4-2, in NBA
Finals.
1982Lost to Seattle in Western Conference First Round.
1988Lost to Atlanta in Eastern Conference First Round.
1989Defeated Atlanta, 3-2, in Eastern Conference First Round; lost to Detroit, 4-0, in Eastern Conference Semifinals.
1990Lost to Chicago in Eastern Conference First Round.
1991Lost to Philadelphia in Eastern Conference First Round. Resigned as Milwaukee head coach (December 4) to concentrate on duties as teams head of basketball operations.
1995Defeated Seattle, 3-1, in Western Conference First Round; lost to San Antonio, 4-2, in Western Conference Semifinals.
1996Lost to Houston in Western Conference First Round.
1997Defeated Portland, 3-1, in Western Conference First Round; lost to Utah, 4-1, in Western Conference Semifinals.
1998Defeated Portland, 3-1, in Western Conference First Round; defeated Seattle, 4-1, in Western Conference Semifinals;
lost to Utah, 4-0, in Western Conference Finals.
1999Replaced as head coach on an interim basis by Kurt Rambis (February 24) with club in fourth place.

HEINSOHN, TOM

PERSONAL: Born August 26, 1934, in Jersey City, N.J. ... 6-7/218 (2,00/98,9). ... Full name: Thomas William
Heinsohn.
HIGH SCHOOL: St. Michaels (Union City, N.J.).
COLLEGE: Holy Cross.
TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Boston Celtics in 1956 NBA Draft (territorial pick).
CAREER HONORS: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1986).
MISCELLANEOUS: Member of NBA championship team (1957, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965).

COLLEGIATE RECORD
Season
Team
PPG
52-53Holy Cross ..............
53-54Holy Cross ................
54-55Holy Cross ................
55-56Holy Cross ................
Varsity totals.......................

G
15
28
26
27
81

...
...
...
...
...

Min.

FGM

FGA

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

97
175
232
254
661

...
364
499
630
1493

...
.481
.465
.403
.443

70
94
141
232
467

...
142
215
304
661

...
.662
.656
.763
.707

...
300
385
569
1254

...
...
...
...
...

264
444
605
740
1789

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG
...
10.7
14.8
21.1
15.5

...
...
...
...
...

17.6
15.9
23.3
27.4
22.1

NBA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


HONORS: NBA Rookie of the Year (1957). ... All-NBA second team (1961, 1962, 1963, 1964).
AVERAGES

17

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

Season Team
G
Min.
56-57Boston .......................... 72 2150
57-58Boston........................... 69 2206
58-59Boston .......................... 66 2089
59-60Boston .......................... 75 2420
60-61Boston .......................... 74 2256
61-62Boston........................... 79 2383
62-63Boston .......................... 76 2004
63-64Boston .......................... 76 2040
64-65Boston .......................... 67 1706
Totals ...................................... 654 19254

FGM
446
468
465
673
627
692
550
487
365
4773

FGA
1123
1226
1192
1590
1566
1613
1300
1223
954
11787

Season Team
G
56-57Boston .......................... 10
57-58Boston........................... 11
58-59Boston .......................... 11
59-60Boston .......................... 13
60-61Boston .......................... 10
61-62Boston........................... 14
62-63Boston .......................... 13
63-64Boston .......................... 10
64-65Boston .......................... 12
Totals ...................................... 104

Min.
370
349
348
423
291
445
413
308
276
3223

FGM FGA
90
231
68
194
91
220
112
267
82
201
116
291
123
270
70
180
66
181
818 2035

Season Team
Min.
1957Boston ...................... 23
1961Boston ......................
19
13
1962Boston ......................
1963Boston ...................... 21
1964Boston ...................... 21
1965Boston ......................
Totals ................................ 97

FGM
5
2
4
6
5

FGA
17
16
11
11
12

22

67

Pct. FTM
.397
271
.382
294
.390
312
.423
283
.400
325
.429
358
.423
340
.398
283
.383
182
.405 2648

FTA
343
394
391
386
424
437
407
342
229
3353

Pct.
.790
.746
.798
.733
.767
.819
.835
.827
.795
.790

Reb.
705
705
638
794
732
747
569
460
399
5749

Ast. PF
117 304
125 274
164 271
171 275
141 260
165 280
95 270
183 268
157 252
1318 2454

Dq. Pts. RPG APG PPG


12
1163 9.8 1.6 16.2
6 1230 10.2 1.8 17.8
11 1242 9.7 2.5 18.8
8 1629 10.6 2.3 21.7
7 1579 9.9 1.9 21.3
2
1742 9.5 2.1 22.1
4 1440 7.5 1.3 18.9
3 1257 6.1 2.4 16.5
5
912 6.0 2.3 13.6
58 12194 8.8 2.0 18.6

NBA PLAYOFF RECORD


Pct.
.390
.351
.414
.419
.408
.399
.456
.389
.365
.402

FTM
49
56
37
60
33
58
75
34
20
422

FTA
69
72
56
80
43
76
98
42
32
568

Pct.
.710
.778
.661
.750
.767
.763
.765
.810
.625
.743

Reb.
117
119
98
126
99
115
116
80
84
954

Ast.
20
18
32
27
20
34
15
26
23
215

PF
40
52
41
53
36
58
55
36
46
417

Dq.
1
3
0
2
1
4
2
0
1
14

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
229 11.7 2.0 22.9
192 10.8 1.6 17.5
219 8.9 2.9 19.9
284 9.7 2.1 21.8
197 9.9 2.0 19.7
290 8.2 2.4 20.7
321 8.9 1.2 24.7
174 8.0 2.6 17.4
152 7.0 1.9 12.7
2058 9.2 2.1 19.8

NBA ALL-STAR GAME RECORD

NOTES: NBA Coach of the Year (1973).

Pct.
.294
.125
.364
.545
.417

FTM
FTA
Pct.
2
2
1.000
0
0
...
2
2
1.000
3
4
.750
0
0
...
Selected, did not playinjured.
.328
7
8
.875

Reb.
7
6
2
2
3

Ast.
0
1
1
1
0

PF
3
4
4
4
5

Dq.
0
0
0
0
0

Pts.
12
4
10
15
10

20

20

51

HEAD COACHING RECORD


NBA COACHING RECORD

Season Team
69-70Boston .................................................
70-71Boston .................................................
71-72Boston..................................................
72-73Boston .................................................
73-74Boston .................................................
74-75Boston .................................................
75-76Boston .................................................
76-77Boston .................................................
77-78Boston..................................................
Totals (9 years) ..............................................

W
34
44
56
68
56
60
54
44
11
427

L
48
38
26
14
26
22
28
38
23
263

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.415
6th/Eastern Division
.537
3rd/Atlantic Division
.683
1st/Atlantic Division
.829
1st/Atlantic Division
.683
1st/Atlantic Division
.732
1st/Atlantic Division
.659
1st/Atlantic Division
.537
2nd/Atlantic Division
.324
.619
Totals (6 years)

5
7
12
6
12
5

47

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

6
.455
6
.538
6
.667
5
.545
6
.667
4
.556

33
.588

NOTES:
1972Defeated Atlanta, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; lost to New York, 4-1, in Eastern Conference Finals.
1973Defeated Atlanta, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; lost to New York, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Finals.
1974Defeated Buffalo, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; defeated New York, 4-1, in Eastern Conference Finals; defeated Milwaukee, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
1975Defeated Houston, 4-1, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; lost to Washington, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Finals.
1976Defeated Buffalo, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; defeated Cleveland, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Finals;
defeated Phoenix, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
1977Defeated San Antonio, 2-0, in Eastern Conference First Round; lost to Philadelphia, 4-3, in Eastern Conference
Semifinals.
1978Replaced as Boston head coach by Tom Sanders with club in third place (January 3).

HOLZMAN, RED
PERSONAL: Born August 10, 1920, in Brooklyn, N.Y. ... Died November 13, 1998. ... 5-10/175 (1,78/79,4). ...
Full name: William Holzman.
HIGH SCHOOL: Franklin K. Lane (Brooklyn, N.Y.).
COLLEGE: Baltimore, then City College of New York.
TRANSACTIONS: Played in New York State League with Albany (1941-42). ... In military service during 194243, 1943-44 and 1944-45 seasons; played at Norfolk, Va., Naval Training Station and scored 305 points in
1942-43 and 258 points in 1943-44. ... Signed by Rochester Royals of National Basketball League (1945). ... Played in
American Basketball League with New York (1945-46). ... Royals franchise transferred to Basketball Association of America
for 1948-49 season. ... Royals franchise became part of NBA for 1949-50 season. ... Acquired from Royals by Milwaukee
Hawks (1953).
CAREER NOTES: Basketball consultant, New York Knicks (1991 to 1998).
CAREER HONORS: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1986). ... One of the Top 10 Coaches in NBA
History (1996).
MISCELLANEOUS: Member of NBL championship team (1946). ... Member of NBA championship team (1951).

18

COLLEGIATE RECORD
Season
Team
PPG
38-39Baltimore...................
39-40City College. (N.Y.) ....
40-41City College. (N.Y.) ....
41-42City College. (N.Y.) ....
Totals ..................................

21
18
39

Min.

FGM

FGA

96
87
183

...
...
...

...
...
...

...
...
...

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

...
...
...

229
225
454

Statistics unavailable.
Did not playtransfer student.
37
...
...
...
51
...
...
...
88
...
...
...

ABL REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


Season
Team
PPG
45-46New York ...................

G
4

Min.

FGM

FGA

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

18

...

...

12

...

...

...

...

48

...

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG

...
...
...

...
...
...

10.9
12.5
11.6

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG
...

...

12.0

NBL AND NBA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


HONORS: All-NBL first team (1946, 1948). ... All-NBL second team (1947).
Min.
...
...
...
...
...
...
1065
392
649
...

FGM
144
227
246
225
206
183
104
38
74
1447

Min.
...
...
...
...
...
...
65
14
...

FGM
30
42
35
18
3
31
3
1
163

FGA
...
...
...
691
625
561
372
149
224
...

Pct.
...
...
...
.326
.330
.326
.280
.255
.330
...

FTM
77
74
117
96
144
130
61
27
48
774

FTA
115
139
182
157
210
179
85
38
73
1178

Pct.
.670
.532
.643
.611
.686
.726
.718
.711
.658
.657

Reb.
...
...
...
...
...
152
106
40
46
...

Ast.
...
...
...
149
200
147
115
35
75
...

PF
54
68
58
93
67
94
95
56
73
658

Dq.
...
...
...
...
...
0
1
2
1
...

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
365
...
... 10.7
528
...
... 12.0
609
...
... 10.2
546
... 2.5 9.1
556
... 2.9 8.2
496 2.2 2.2 7.3
269 1.6 1.8 4.1
103 0.9 0.8 2.2
196 0.9 1.5 3.8
3668
...
... 7.4

Ast.
...
...
...
13
0
20
2
1
...

PF
10
22
6
3
3
14
3
4
65

Dq.
...
...
...
...
...
0
0
0
...

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
81
...
... 11.6
106
...
... 9.6
80
...
... 8.0
41
... 3.3 10.3
7
... 0.0 3.5
85 1.4 1.4 6.1
7 1.0 0.3 1.2
3 0.5 0.5 1.5
410
...
... 7.3

NBL AND NBA PLAYOFF RECORD


Season Team
45-46Rochester (NBL) ...........
46-47Rochester (NBL) ...........
47-48Rochester (NBL)............
48-49Rochester (BAA) ...........
49-50Rochester .....................
50-51Rochester .....................
51-52Rochester......................
52-53Rochester .....................
Totals ......................................

G
7
11
10
4
2
14
6
2
56

FGA
...
...
...
40
9
76
15
5
...

Pct.
...
...
...
.450
.333
.408
.200
.200
...

FTM
21
22
10
5
1
23
1
1
84

FTA
31
29
15
6
2
34
6
4
127

Pct.
.677
.759
.667
.833
.500
.676
.167
.250
.661

Reb.
...
...
...
...
...
19
6
1
...

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Chief scout, New York Knicks (1959-60 through 1966-67).
HONORS: NBA Coach of the Year (1970).
NBA COACHING RECORD
Season Team
53-54Milwaukee............................................
54-55Milwaukee............................................
55-56St. Louis ..............................................
56-57St. Louis ..............................................
67-68New York...............................................
68-69New York ..............................................
69-70New York ..............................................
70-71New York ..............................................
71-72New York ..............................................
72-73New York ..............................................
73-74New York ..............................................
74-75New York ..............................................
75-76New York ..............................................
76-77New York ..............................................
78-79New York ..............................................
79-80New York ..............................................
80-81New York ..............................................
81-82New York ..............................................
Totals (18 years) ............................................

W
10
26
33
14
28
54
60
52
48
57
49
40
38
40
25
39
50
33
696

L
16
46
39
19
17
28
22
30
34
25
33
42
44
42
43
43
32
49
604

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.385
4th/Western Division
.361
4th/Western Division
.458
T2nd/Western Division
.424
.622
3rd/Eastern Division
.659
3rd/Eastern Division
.732
1st/Eastern Division
.634
1st/Atlantic Division
.585
2nd/Atlantic Division
.695
2nd/Atlantic Division
.598
2nd/Atlantic Division
.488
3rd/Atlantic Division
.463
4th/Atlantic Division
.488
3rd/Atlantic Division
.368
4th/Atlantic Division
.476
T3rd/Atlantic Division
.610
3rd/Atlantic Division
.402
5th/Atlantic Division
.535
Totals (10 years)

2
6
12
7
9
12
5
1

58

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

Season Team
G
45-46Rochester (NBL) ........... 34
46-47Rochester (NBL) ........... 44
47-48Rochester (NBL)............ 60
48-49Rochester (BAA) ........... 60
49-50Rochester ..................... 68
50-51Rochester ..................... 68
51-52Rochester...................... 65
52-53Rochester ..................... 46
53-54Milwaukee..................... 51
Totals ...................................... 496

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

5
.444

4
.333
4
.600
7
.632
5
.583
7
.563
5
.706
7
.417
2
.333

2
.000

48
.547

NOTES:
1954Replaced Fuzzy Levane as Milwaukee head coach with record of 11-35.
1955Milwaukee franchise transferred to St. Louis.
1956Lost to Minneapolis, 103-97, in Western Division 2nd place game; defeated Minneapolis, 2-1, in Western Division
Semifinals; lost to Fort Wayne, 3-2, in Western Division Finals.
1957Replaced as St. Louis head coach by Slater Martin (January).
1967Replaced Dick McGuire as New York head coach (December), with record of 15-22 and in fifth place.
1968Lost to Philadelphia in Eastern Division Semifinals.
1969Defeated Baltimore, 4-0, in Eastern Division Semifinals; lost to Boston, 4-2, in Eastern Division Finals.
1970Defeated Baltimore, 4-3, in Eastern Division Semifinals; defeated Milwaukee, 4-1, in Eastern Division Finals; defeated
Los Angeles, 4-3, in NBA Finals.

19

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

1971Defeated Atlanta, 4-1, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; lost to Baltimore, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Finals.
1972Defeated Baltimore, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; defeated Boston, 4-1, in Eastern Conference Finals; lost
to Los Angeles, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
1973Defeated Baltimore, 4-1, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; defeated Boston, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Finals;
defeated Los Angeles, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
1974Defeated Capital, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; lost to Boston, 4-1, in Eastern Conference Finals.
1975Lost to Houston in Eastern Conference First Round.
1978Replaced Willis Reed as New York head coach (November) with record of 6-8.
1981Lost to Chicago in Eastern Conference First Round.

JACKSON, PHIL
PERSONAL: Born September 17, 1945, in Deer Lodge, Mont. ... 6-8/230. (2.03/104.3). ... Full name:
Philip D. Jackson
HIGH SCHOOL: Williston (N.D.).
COLLEGE: North Dakota.
TRANSACTIONS/CAREER NOTES: Selected by New York Knicks in second round (17th pick overall) of
1967 NBA Draft ... Traded by Knicks with future draft choice to New Jersey Nets for future draft choices
(June 8, 1978) ... Waived by Nets (October 11, 1978) ... Re-signed as free agent by Nets (November 10, 1978) ... Waived
by Nets (October 12, 1979) ... Re-signed as free agent by Nets (February 15, 1980).
MISCELLANEOUS: Member of NBA championship team (1973).
HONORS: NBA All-Rookie team (1968).
NOTES: Led NBA with 330 personal fouls (1975).

COLLEGIATE RECORD
Season Team
63-64North Dakota ..........
64-65North Dakota ..........
65-66North Dakota ..........
66-67North Dakota ..........
Totals ...............................
19.9

G
...
31
29
26

Min.
...
...
...
...
86

FGM
...
129
238
252
...

FGA
...
307
439
468
619

Pct.
...
.420
.542
.538
1214

FTM
...
107
155
208
.510

FTA
...
156
203
278
470

Pct.
...
.686
.764
.748
637

Reb.
Ast.
...
...
361
...
374
...
374
...
.738 1109

Pts.
...
365
631
712
...

AVERAGES
RPG APG PPG
...
...
...
11.6
... 11.8
12.9
... 21.8
14.4
...
27.4
1708 12.9
...

NBA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD

Year-Team
G
MIN FGM FGA PCT FG3M FG3A PCT FTM FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT RPG AST APG PF DQ STL BLK PTS PPG
67-68 New York
75 1093 182
455 .400
0
0
--99 168 .589
0
0 338 4.5 55 0.7 212 3 0 0 463 6.2
68-69 New York (N.B.A.)47
924 126
294 .429
0
0
--80 119 .672
0
0 246 5.2 43 0.9 168 6 0 0 332 7.1
70-71 New York (N.B.A.)71
771 118
263 .449
0
0
--95 133 .714
0
0 238 3.4 31 0.4 169 4 0 0 331 4.7
71-72 New York (N.B.A.)80 1273 205
466 .440
0
0
--- 167 228 .732
0
0 326 4.1 72 0.9 224 4 0 0 577 7.2
72-73 New York (N.B.A.)80 1393 245
553 .443
0
0
--- 154 195 .790
0
0 344 4.3 94 1.2 218 2 0 0 644 8.1
73-74 New York (N.B.A.)82 2050 361
757 .477
0
0
--- 191 246 .776 123 355 478 5.8 134 1.6 277 7 42 67 913 11.1
74-75 New York (N.B.A.)78 2285 324
712 .455
0
0
--- 193 253 .763 137 463 600 7.7 136 1.7 330 10 84 53 841 10.8
75-76 New York (N.B.A.)80 1461 185
387 .478
0
0
--- 110 150 .733 80 263 343 4.3 105 1.3 275 3 41 20 480 6.0
76-77 New York Knicks 76 1033 102
232 .440
0
0
--51 71 .718 75 154 229 3.0 85 1.1 184 4 33 18 255 3.4
77-78 New York
63
654
55
115 .478
0
0
--43 56 .768 29 81 110 1.7 46 0.7 106 0 31 15 153 2.4
78-79 New Jersey
59 1070 144
303 .475
0
0
--86 105 .819 59 119 178 3.0 85 1.4 168 7 45 22 374 6.3
79-80 New Jersey
16
194
29
46 .630
0
2 .000
7 10 .700 12 12 24 1.5 12 0.8 35 1 5 4
65 4.1
TOTALS
807 14201 2076 4583 .453
0
2 .000 1276 1734 .736 515 1447 3454 4.3 898 1.1 2366 51 281 199 5428 6.7
Three-point field goals: 1979-80, 0-for-2. Totals, 0-for-2 (.000).
Personal fouls/disqualifications: 1967-68, 212/3. 1968-69, 168/6. 1970-71, 169/4. 1971-72, 224/4. 1972-73, 218/2. 1973-74, 277/7.
1974-75, 330/10. 1975-76, 275/3. 1976-77, 184/4. 1977-78, 106/0. 1978-79, 168/7. 1979-80, 35/1. Totals, 2366/51.

NBA PLAYOFF RECORD

Year-Team
G
MIN FGM FGA PCT FG3M FG3A PCT FTM FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT RPG AST APG PF DQ STL BLK
67-68 New York
6
90
10
35 .286
0
0
--4
5 .800
0
0 25 4.2
2 0.3 23 0 0 0
70-71 New York (N.B.A.) 5
30
4
14 .286
0
0
--1
11.000 0
0 10 2.0
2 0.4
8 0 0 0
71-72 New York (N.B.A.)16
320
57
120 .475
0
0
--42 57 .737
0
0 82 5.1 15 0.9 51 1 0 0
72-73 New York (N.B.A.)17
338
60
120 .500
0
0
--28 38 .737
0
0 72 4.2 24 1.4 59 3 0 0
73-74 New York (N.B.A.)12
297
54
116 .466
0
0
--27 30 .900 15 42 57 4.8 15 1.3 40 0 10 5
74-75 New York (N.B.A.) 3
78
10
21 .476
0
0
--7
8 .875
5 20 25 8.3
2 0.7 15 0 4 3
77-78 New York
6
50
4
8 .500
0
0
--4
6 .667
4
6 10 1.7
3 0.5 11 0 3 0
78-79 New Jersey
2
20
1
3 .333
0
0
--2
21.000 2
1
3 1.5
0 0.0
1 0 1 0
TOTALS
67 1223 200
437 .458
0
0
--- 115 147 .782 26 69 284 4.2 63 0.9 208 4 18 8
Personal fouls/disqualifications: 1967-68, 23/0. 1970-71, 8/0. 1971-72, 51/1. 1972-73, 59/3. 1973-74, 40/0. 1974-75, 15/0.
78, 11/0. 1978-79, 1/0. Totals, 208/4.

PTS PPG
24 4.0
9 1.8
156 9.8
148 8.7
135 11.3
27 9.0
12 2.0
4 2.0

515 7.7
1977-

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Player/assistant coach, New Jersey Nets (1978-79 and 1979-80) ... Assistant coach, Nets (1980-81) ...
Broadcaster, Nets (1981-82) ... Assistant coach, Chicago Bulls (1987-88 and 1988-89).
CBA COACHING RECORD
Season Team
82-83Albany .............................................
83-84Albany .............................................
84-85Albany .............................................
85-86Albany .............................................
86-87Albany .............................................
Totals ........................................................

NOTES:

W
8
25
34
24
26
117

L
11
19
14
24
22
90

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.421
4th/Eastern Division
.568
2nd/Eastern Division
.708
1st/Eastern Division
.500
4th/Eastern Division
.542
T2nd/Eastern Division
.565

20

9
5
3
4
21

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

5
.643
5
.500
4
.429
4
.500
18
.538

82-83Replaced Dean Memiger (8-15) and player/interim coach Sam Worthen (0-2) as Albany Patroons head coach (January 29),
with record of
8-17.
83-84Defeated Bay State, 3-2, in Eastern semifinals; defeated Puerto Rico, 3-1, in Eastern finals; defeated Wyoming, 3-2, in CBA
Championship
Series.
84-85Defeated Toronto, 3-2, in Eastern semifinals; lost to Tampa Bay, 3-2, in Eastern finals.
85-86Lost to Tampa Bay in Eastern semifinals.
86-87Defeated Mississippi, 4-0, in Eastern semifinals; lost to Rapid City, 4-0, in Eastern finals.

NBA COACHING RECORD


W
55
61
67
57
55
47
72
69
62
67
56
58
50
56
45
42
57
65
57
57
1155

L
27
21
15
25
27
35
10
13
20
15
26
24
32
26
37
40
25
17
25
25
485

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.671
2nd/Central Division
.744
1st/Central Division
.817
1st/Central Division
.695
1st/Central Division
.671
2nd/Central Division
.573
3rd/Central Division
.878
1st/Central Division
.841
1st/Central Division
.756
1st/Central Division
.817
1st/Pacific Division
.683
1st/Pacific Division
.707
2nd/Pacific Division
.610
2nd/Pacific Division
.683
1st/Pacific Division
.549
3rd/Pacific Division
.512
2nd/Pacific Division
.695
1st/Pacific Division
.793
1st/Pacific Division
.695
1st/Pacific Division
.695
1st/Pacific Division
.704

NOTES:

W
10
15
15
15
6
5
15
15
15
15
15
15
6
13
3
1
14
16
16
4
229

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
6
.625
2
.882
7
.682
4
.789
4
.600
5
.500
3
.833
4
.789
6
.714
8
.652
1
.938
4
.789
6
.500
9
.591
4
.429
4
.200
7
.667
7
.696
7
.696
6
.400
104
.688

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

Season Team
89-90Chicago ...........................................
90-91Chicago ...........................................
91-92Chicago ...........................................
92-93Chicago ...........................................
93-94Chicago ...........................................
94-95Chicago ...........................................
95-96Chicago ...........................................
96-97Chicago ...........................................
97-98Chicago ...........................................
99-00L.A. Lakers ......................................
00-01L.A. Lakers ......................................
01-02L.A. Lakers.......................................
02-03L.A. Lakers ......................................
03-04L.A. Lakers ......................................
05-06L.A. Lakers ......................................
06-07L.A. Lakers ......................................
07-08L.A. Lakers ......................................
08-09L.A. Lakers ......................................
09-10L.A. Lakers ......................................
10-11L.A. Lakers.......................................
Totals ........................................................

89-90Defeated Milwaukee, 3-1, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated Philadelphia, 4-1, in Eastern Conference semifinals;
lost to Detroit, 43, in Eastern Conference finals.
90-91Defeated New York, 3-0, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated Philadelphia, 4-1, in Eastern Conference semifinals;
defeated Detroit,40, in Eastern Conference finals; defeated Los Angeles Lakers, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
91-92Defeated Miami, 3,0, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated New York, 4-3 in Eastern Conference semifinals; defeated
Cleveland, 4-2,
in Eastern Conference finals; defeated Portland, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
92-93Defeated Atlanta, 3-0, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated Cleveland, 4-0, in Eastern Conference semifinals; defeated New York, 4-2,
in Eastern Conference finals; defeated Phoenix, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
93-94Defeated Cleveland, 3-0, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to New York, 4-3, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
94-95Defeated Charlotte, 3-1, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Orlando, 4-2, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
95-96Defeated Miami, 3-0, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated Atlanta, 4-1, in Eastern Conference semifinals; defeated
Orlando, 4-0, in
Eastern Conference finals; defeat Seattle, 4-2, in NBA finals.
96-97Defeated Washington, 3-0, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated Atlanta, 4-1, in Eastern Conference semifinals;
defeated Miami, 4-1,
in Eastern Conference finals; defeated Utah, 4-2, in NBA finals.
97-98Defeated New Jersey, 3-0, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated Charlotte, 4-1, in Eastern Conference semifinals;
defeated Indiana, 43, in Eastern Conference finals; defated Utah, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
99-00Defeated Sacramento, 3-2, in Western Conference first round;defeated Phoenix, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals;
defeated Portland,
4-3, in Western Conference finals; defeated Indiana, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
00-01Defeated Portland, 3-0, in Western Conference first round; defeated Sacramento, 4-0, in Western Conference semifinals;
defeated San
Antonio, 4-0, in Western Conference finals; defeated Philadelphia, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
01-02Defeated Portland, 3-0, in Western Conference first round; defeated San Antonio, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals;
defeated
Sacramento, 4-3, in Western Conference finals; defeated New Jersey, 4-0, in NBA Finals.
02-03Defeated Minnesota, 4-2, in Western Conference first round; lost to San Antonio, 4-2, in Western Conference semifinals.
03-04Defeated Houston, 4-1, in Western Conference first rund; defeated San Antonio, 4-2, in Western Conference semifinals;
defeated
Minnesota, 4-2, in Western Conference finals; lost to Detroit, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
05-06Lost to Phoenix, 4-3, in Western Conference first round.
06-07Lost to Phoenix, 4-1, in Western Conference first round
07-08Defeated Denver, 4-0, in Western Conference first round; defeated Utah, 4-2, in Western Conference semifinals; defeated
San Antonio, 4-1, in Western Conference finals; lost to Boston, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
08-09Defeated Utah, 4-1, in Western Conference first round; defeated Houston, 4-3, in Western Conference semifinals; defeated
Denver in Western Conference Finals, 4-2; defeated Orland, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
09-10Defeated Oklahoma City, 4-2, in the Western Conference first round; defeated Utah, 4-0, in the Western Conference semifinals; defeated Phoenix, 4-2, in the Western Conference finals; defeated Boston, 4-3, in the NBA Finals.
10-11Defeatd New Orleans, 4-2, in Western Conferene first round; lost to Dallas 4-0, in Western Conference semifinals.

21

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

JONES, K.C.

PERSONAL: Born May 25, 1932, in Taylor, Texas. 6-1/200 (1,85/90,7).


HIGH SCHOOL: Commerce (San Francisco).
COLLEGE: San Francisco.
TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Boston Celtics in second round of 1956 NBA Draft. ... In military service
(1956-57 and 1957-58); played at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.; named to Amateur Athletic Union All-America
team as a member of 1957-58 Fort Leonard Wood team. ... Played in Eastern Basketball League with
Hartford Capitols (1967-68).
CAREER HONORS: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1989).
MISCELLANEOUS: Member of NBA championship team (1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966). ... Selected by
Los Angeles Rams in 30th round of 1955 National Football League Draft. ... Member of gold-medal-winning U.S. Olympic
team (1956).

COLLEGIATE RECORD
NOTES: Underwent appendectomy after one game of the 1953-54 season and was granted an extra year of eligibility by the
University of San Francisco; however, he was ineligible for the 1955-56 NCAA Tournament because he was playing his fifth
season of college basketball. ... Member of NCAA championship team (1955).
Team
Season
PPG
51-52San Francisco .........
52-53San Francisco ...........
53-54San Francisco ...........
54-55San Francisco ...........
55-56San Francisco ...........
Totals ..................................

G
24
23
1
29
25
78

Min.

FGM

FGA

Pct.

44
63
3
105
76
247

128
159
12
293
208
672

.344
.396
.250
.358
.365
.368

46
81
2
97
93
273

...
...
...
...
...
...

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

64 .719
149 .544
2 1.000
144 .674
142 .655
437 .625

...
...
3
148
130
...

...
...
...
...
...
...

134
207
8
307
245
767

NBA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


Season Team
G
Min.
609
58-59Boston .......................... 49
59-60Boston .......................... 74 1274
60-61Boston .......................... 78 1607
61-62Boston........................... 79 2023
62-63Boston .......................... 79 1945
63-64Boston .......................... 80 2424
64-65Boston .......................... 78 2434
65-66Boston .......................... 80 2710
66-67Boston .......................... 78 2446
Totals ...................................... 675 17472

FGM FGA
65
192
169
414
203
601
289
707
230
591
283
722
253
639
240
619
182
459
1914 4944

Pct.
.339
.408
.338
.409
.389
.392
.396
.388
.397
.387

FTM
41
128
186
145
112
88
143
209
119
1171

FTA
68
170
320
231
177
168
227
303
189
1853

Pct.
.603
.753
.581
.628
.633
.524
.630
.690
.630
.632

Min.
75
232
103
329
250
312
396
543
254
2494

FGM
5
27
9
44
19
25
43
45
24
241

Min.
...

FGM
15

FGA
20
80
30
102
64
72
104
109
75
656

Pct.
.250
.338
.300
.431
.297
.347
.413
.413
.320
.367

FTM
5
17
7
38
21
13
35
39
11
186

FTA Pct.
51.000
22 .773
14 .500
53 .717
30 .700
25 .520
45 .778
57 .684
18 .611
269 .691

G
6

FGA Pct.
...
...

FTM
9

FTA Pct.
18 .500

...
...
...
...
...
...

5.6
9.0
8.0
10.6
9.8
9.8

Dq.
0
1
3
2
3
0
5
4
7
25

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
171 2.6 1.4 3.5
466 2.7 2.6 6.3
592 3.6 3.2 7.6
723 3.7 4.3 9.2
572 3.3 4.0 7.2
654 4.7 5.1 8.2
649 4.1 5.6 8.3
689 3.8 6.3 8.6
483 3.1 5.0 6.2
4999 3.5 4.3 7.4

Reb.
12
45
19
56
36
37
39
52
24
320

Ast.
10
14
15
55
37
68
74
75
48
396

PF
8
28
17
50
42
40
49
65
36
335

Dq.
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
4

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
15 1.5 1.3 1.9
71 3.5 1.1 5.5
25 2.1 1.7 2.8
126 4.0 3.9 9.0
59 2.8 2.8 4.5
63 3.7 6.8 6.3
121 3.3 6.2 10.1
129 3.1 4.4 7.6
59 2.7 5.3 6.6
668 3.0 3.8 6.4

Ast.
41

PF
...

Dq.
...

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
39 4.0 6.8 6.5

EBL REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


Season Team
67-68Hartford.........................

...
...
3.0
5.1
5.2
...

Reb. Ast. PF
127
70
58
199
189 109
279
253 200
291
339 204
263
317 221
372
407 253
318
437 263
304
503 243
239
389 273
2392 2904 1824

NBA PLAYOFF RECORD


Season Team
G
58-59Boston ..........................
8
59-60Boston .......................... 13
60-61Boston ..........................
9
61-62Boston........................... 14
62-63Boston .......................... 13
63-64Boston .......................... 10
64-65Boston .......................... 12
65-66Boston .......................... 17
66-67Boston ..........................
9
Totals ...................................... 105

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG

Reb.
24

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Assistant coach, Harvard University (1970-71). ... Assistant coach, Los Angeles Lakers (1971-72). ... Assistant
coach, Milwaukee Bucks (1976-77). ... Assistant coach, Boston Celtics (1978-79 through 1982-83 and 1996-97). ... Vice president/basketball operations, Celtics (1988-89). ... Assistant coach, Seattle SuperSonics (1989-90). ... Assistant coach, Detroit
Pistons (1994-95). ... Assistant coach, Celtics (1996-97).
COLLEGIATE COACHING RECORD
Season Team
67-68Brandeis...............................................
68-69Brandeis ..............................................
69-70Brandeis ..............................................
Totals (3 years) ..............................................

W
11
12
11
34

L
10
9
13
32

Pct.
.524
.571
.458
.515

ABA COACHING RECORD


Season Team
72-73San Diego ............................................

W
30

L
54

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.357
4th/Western Division

W
0

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
4
.000

W
0

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
2
.000

ABL COACHING RECORD


Season Team
97-98New England........................................
98-99New England .......................................
Totals (2 years) ..............................................

W
24
3
27

L
20
10
30

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.545
2nd/Eastern Conference
.231
.474

NBA COACHING RECORD

22

Season Team
73-74Capital..................................................
74-75Washington ..........................................
75-76Washington ..........................................
83-84Boston .................................................
84-85Boston .................................................
85-86Boston .................................................
86-87Boston .................................................
87-88Boston..................................................
90-91Seattle .................................................
91-92Seattle ..................................................
Totals (10 years) ............................................

W
47
60
48
62
63
67
59
57
41
18
522

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.573
1st/Central Division
.732
1st/Central Division
.585
2nd/Central Division
.756
1st/Atlantic Division
.768
1st/Atlantic Division
.817
1st/Atlantic Division
.720
1st/Atlantic Division
.695
1st/Atlantic Division
.500
5th/Pacific Division
.500
.674
Totals (9 years)

L
35
22
34
20
19
15
23
25
41
18
252

W
3
8
3
15
13
15
13
9
2

81

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
4
.429
9
.471
4
.429
8
.652
8
.619
3
.833
10
.565
8
.529
3
.400

57
.587

KUNDLA, JOHN

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

NOTES:
1973Lost to Utah in Western Division Semifinals.
1974Lost to New York in Eastern Conference Semifinals.
1975Defeated Buffalo, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; defeated Boston, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Finals; lost to
Golden State, 4-0, in NBA Finals.
1976Lost to Cleveland in Eastern Conference Semifinals.
1984Defeated Washington, 3-1, in Eastern Conference First Round; defeated New York, 4-3, in Eastern Conference
Semifinals; defeated Milwaukee, 4-1, in Eastern Conference Finals; defeated Los Angeles, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
1985Defeated Cleveland, 3-1, in Eastern Conference First Round; defeated Detroit, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Semifinals;
defeated Philadelphia, 4-1, in Eastern Conference Finals; lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
1986Defeated Chicago, 3-0, in Eastern Conference First Round; defeated Atlanta, 4-1, in Eastern Conference Semifinals;
defeated Milwaukee, 4-0, in Eastern Conference Finals; defeated Houston, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
1987Defeated Chicago, 3-0, in Eastern Conference First Round; defeated Milwaukee, 4-3, in Eastern Conference
Semifinals; defeated Detroit, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Finals; lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
1988Defeated New York, 3-1, in Eastern Conference First Round; defeated Atlanta, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Semifinals;
lost to Detroit, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Finals.
1991Lost to Portland in Western Conference First Round.
1992Replaced as Seattle head coach by interim coach Bob Kloppenburg with club in sixth place (January 15).

PERSONAL: Born July 3, 1916, in Star Junction, Pa. ... 6-2/180 (1,88/81,6). ... Full name: John Albert Kundla.
HIGH SCHOOL: Central (Minneapolis).
COLLEGE: Minnesota.
CAREER HONORS: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1995). ... One of the Top 10
Coaches in NBA History (1996).

COLLEGIATE RECORD
Season
Team
PPG
35-36Minnesota ...............
36-37Minnesota .................
37-38Minnesota .................
38-39Minnesota .................
Varsity totals.......................

G
15
20
17
52

...
...
...
...

Min.

FGM

53
62
71
186

...
...
...
...

FGA

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

Freshman team statistics unavailable.


...
34
53 .642
...
...
...
41
77 .532
...
...
...
40
63 .635
...
...
...
115
193 .596
...
...

140
165
182
487

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG
...
...
...
...

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Head coach, De La Salle High School (Minn.).

COLLEGIATE COACHING RECORD


Season Team
46-47St. Thomas (Minn.)...............................
59-60Minnesota ............................................
60-61Minnesota ............................................
61-62Minnesota ............................................
62-63Minnesota ............................................
63-64Minnesota ............................................
64-65Minnesota ............................................
65-66Minnesota ............................................
66-67Minnesota ............................................
67-68Minnesota ............................................
Totals (10 years) ............................................

W
11
12
10
10
12
17
19
14
9
7
121

L
11
12
13
14
12
7
5
10
15
17
116

Pct.
.500
.500
.435
.417
.500
.708
.792
.583
.375
.292
.511

...
...
...
...

9.3
8.3
10.7
9.4

Finish
T3rd/Big Ten Conference
T4th/Big Ten Conference
7th/Big Ten Conference
T4th/Big Ten Conference
3rd/Big Ten Conference
2nd/Big Ten Conference
T5th/Big Ten Conference
9th/Big Ten Conference
T9th/Big Ten Conference

NBL COACHING RECORD


Season Team
47-48Minneapolis..........................................

W
43

L
17

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.717
1st/Western Division

W
8

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
2
.800

W
8
10

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
2
.800
2
.833

NBA COACHING RECORD


Season Team
48-49Minneapolis .........................................
49-50Minneapolis .........................................

W
44
51

L
16
17

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.733
2nd/Western Division
.750
T1st/Central Division

23

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

50-51Minneapolis .........................................
51-52Minneapolis..........................................
52-53Minneapolis .........................................
53-54Minneapolis .........................................
54-55Minneapolis .........................................
55-56Minneapolis .........................................
56-57Minneapolis .........................................
57-58Minneapolis..........................................
58-59Minneapolis .........................................
Totals (11 years) ............................................

44
40
48
46
40
33
34
10
33
423

24
26
22
26
32
39
38
23
39
302

.647
.606
.686
.639
.556
.458
.472
.303
.458
.583

1st/Western Division
2nd/Western Division
1st/Western Division
1st/Western Division
2nd/Western Division
T2nd/Western Division
T1st/Western Division
4th/Western Division
2nd/Western Division
Totals (10 years)

3
9
9
9
3
1
2

6
60

4
4
3
4
4
2
3

7
35

.429
.692
.750
.692
.429
.333
.400

.462
.632

NOTES:
1948Defeated Oshkosh, 3-1, in NBL playoffs; defeated Tri-Cities, 2-0, in NBL semifinals; defeated Rochester, 3-1, in NBL championship series.
1949Defeated Chicago, 2-0, in Western Division Semifinals; defeated Rochester, 2-0, in Western Division Finals; defeated
Washington, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
1950Defeated Rochester, 78-76, in Central Division first-place game; defeated Chicago, 2-0, in Central Division Semifinals;
defeated Fort Wayne, 2-0, in Central Division Finals; defeated Anderson, 2-0, in NBA Semifinals; defeated Syracuse, 42, in NBA Finals.
1951Defeated Indianapolis, 2-1, in Western Division Semifinals; lost to Rochester, 3-1, in Western Division Finals.
1952Defeated Indianapolis, 2-0, in Western Division Semifinals; defeated Rochester, 3-1, in Western Division Finals; defeated New York, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
1953Defeated Indianapolis, 2-0, in Western Division Semifinals; defeated Fort Wayne, 3-2, in Western Division Finals;
defeated New York, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
1954Defeated Rochester, 109-88; Fort Wayne, 90-85; and Fort Wayne, 78-73, in Western Division round robin; defeated
Rochester, 2-1, in Western Division Semifinals; defeated Syracuse, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
1955Defeated Rochester, 2-1, in Western Division Semifinals; lost to Fort Wayne, 3-1, in Western Division Finals.
1956Defeated St. Louis, 103-97, in Western Division second-place game; lost to St. Louis, 2-1, in Western Division
Semifinals.
1957Lost to St. Louis, 114-111, in Western Division tiebreaker; defeated Fort Wayne, 2-0, in Western Division Semifinals; lost
to St. Louis, 3-0, in Western Division Finals.
1958Replaced George Mikan as Minneapolis head coach (January 14), with record of 9-30 and in fourth place.
1959Defeated Detroit, 2-1, in Western Division Semifinals; defeated St. Louis, 4-2, in Western Division Finals; lost to Boston,
4-0, in NBA Finals.

LAPCHICK, JOE
PERSONAL: Born April 12, 1900, in Yonkers, N.Y. ... Died August 10, 1970. ... 6-5/185 (1,96/83,9). ... Full
name: Joseph Bohomiel Lapchick.
TRANSACTIONS: Played with independent teams, including the Original Celtics (1917 through 1920, 1924
through 1926, 1932 through 1936).
CAREER HONORS: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1966).
MISCELLANEOUS: Did not play high school or college basketball.
Season Team
20-21Holyoke ...................................
Schenectady ...........................
21-22Schenectady-Troy ...................
Brooklyn ..................................
Holyoke ...................................
22-23Brooklyn..................................
Troy .........................................
Holyoke ...................................
26-27Brooklyn..................................
New York .................................
27-28New York..................................
28-29Cleveland ................................
29-30Cleveland ................................
30-31Cleveland-Toledo ....................
32-33Yonkers ...................................
33-34Plymouth.................................
ABL pro totals ..................................
MBL pro totals .................................

PRO RECORD

League
IL
NYSL
NYSL
MBL
IL
MBL
NYSL
IL
ABL
NBL
ABL
ABL
ABL
ABL
MBL
PSL

G
11
5
32
10
16
33
24

32
17
47
39
52
30
1
1
200
44

FGM
FTM
14
40
2
10
12
95
6
20
13
40
34
109
13
59
Statistics unavailable.
35
131
20
66
103
110
51
86
47
92
22
49
0
0
1
3
258
468
40
129

COLLEGIATE COACHING RECORD


Season Team
36-37St. Johns .............................................
37-38St. Johns .............................................
38-39St. Johns .............................................
39-40St. Johns .............................................
40-41St. Johns .............................................
41-42St. Johns .............................................
42-43St. Johns .............................................
43-44St. Johns .............................................
44-45St. Johns .............................................
45-46St. Johns .............................................
46-47St. Johns .............................................
56-57St. Johns .............................................
57-58St. Johns .............................................
58-59St. Johns .............................................
59-60St. Johns .............................................
60-61St. Johns .............................................

W
12
15
18
15
11
16
21
18
21
17
16
14
18
20
17
20

L
7
4
4
5
6
5
3
5
3
6
7
9
8
6
8
5

Pct.
.632
.789
.818
.750
.647
.762
.875
.783
.875
.739
.696
.609
.692
.769
.680
.800

24

Finish
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent

Pts.
68
14
119
32
66
177
85

Avg.
6.2
2.8
3.7
3.2
4.1
5.4
3.5

201
106
316
188
186
93
0
5
984
209

6.3
6.2
6.7
4.8
3.6
3.1
0.0
5.0
4.9
4.8

61-62St. Johns .............................................


62-63St. Johns .............................................
63-64St. Johns .............................................
64-65St. Johns .............................................
Totals (20 years) ............................................

21
9
14
21
334

5
15
11
8
130

.808
.375
.560
.724
.720

Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent

ABL COACHING RECORD


Season Team
61-62Cleveland .............................................

W
6

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.500

L
6

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

W
1
3
3
8
8
6
0
1

30

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
2
.333
3
.500
2
.600
6
.571
6
.571
5
.545
4
.000
2
.333

30
.500

NBA COACHING RECORD


Season Team
47-48New York (BAA) ....................................
48-49New York (BAA) ....................................
49-50New York ..............................................
50-51New York ..............................................
51-52New York ..............................................
52-53New York ..............................................
53-54New York ..............................................
54-55New York ..............................................
55-56New York ..............................................
Totals (9 years) ..............................................

W
26
32
40
36
37
47
44
38
26
326

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.542
2nd/Eastern Division
.533
2nd/Eastern Division
.588
2nd/Eastern Division
.545
3rd/Eastern Division
.561
3rd/Eastern Division
.671
1st/Midwest Division
.611
1st/Eastern Division
.528
2nd/Eastern Division
.510
.569
Totals (8 years)

L
22
28
28
30
29
23
28
34
25
247

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

NOTES:
1939Defeated Roanoke, 71-47, in NIT quarterfinals; lost to Loyola, 51-46, in semifinals; lost to Bradley, 40-35, in third-place
game.
1940Lost to Duquesne, 38-31, in NIT quarterfinals.
1943Defeated Rice, 51-49, in NIT quarterfinals; defeated Fordham, 69-43, in semifinals; defeated Toledo, 48-27, in finals.
1944Defeated Bowling Green, 44-40, in NIT quarterfinals; defeated Kentucky, 48-45, in semifinals; defeated DePaul, 47-39,
in finals.
1945Defeated Muhlenberg, 34-33, in NIT quarterfinals; lost to Bowling Green, 57-44, in semifinals; lost to Rhode Island, 6457, in third-place game.
1946Lost to West Virginia, 70-58, in NIT quarterfinals.
1947Lost to North Carolina State, 61-55, in NIT quarterfinals.
1948Lost to Baltimore in quarterfinals.
1949Defeated Baltimore, 2-1, in Eastern Division Semifinals; lost to Washington, 2-1, in Eastern Division Finals.
1950Defeated Washington, 2-0, in Eastern Division Semifinals; lost to Syracuse, 2-1, in Eastern Division Finals.
1951Defeated Boston, 2-0, in Eastern Division Semifinals; defeated Syracuse, 3-2, in Eastern Division Finals; lost to
Rochester, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
1952Defeated Boston, 2-1, in Eastern Division Semifinals; defeated Syracuse, 3-1, in Eastern Division Finals; lost to
Minneapolis, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
1953Defeated Baltimore, 2-0, in Eastern Division Semifinals; defeated Boston, 3-1, in Eastern Division Finals; lost to
Minneapolis, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
1954Lost to Boston, 93-71; Syracuse, 75-68; Boston, 79-78; and Syracuse, 103-99, in Eastern Division round robin.
1955Lost to Boston in Eastern Division Semifinals.
1956Resigned as New York head coach.
1958Defeated Butler, 76-69, in NIT first round; defeated Utah, 71-70, in quarterfinals; lost to Dayton, 80-56, in semifinals;
lost to St. Bonaventure, 84-69, in third-place game.
1959Defeated Villanova, 75-67, in NIT first round; defeated St. Bonaventure, 82-74, in quarterfinals; defeated Providence,
76-55, in semifinals; defeated Bradley, 76-71 (OT), in finals.
1960Lost to St. Bonaventure, 106-71, in NIT quarterfinals.
1961Lost to Wake Forest, 97-74, in NCAA Tournament first round.
1962Defeated Holy Cross, 80-74, in NIT quarterfinals; defeated Duquesne, 76-65, in semifinals; lost to Dayton, 73-67, in
finals.
1965Defeated Boston College, 114-92, in NIT first round; defeated New Mexico, 61-54, in quarterfinals; defeated Army, 6760, in semifinals; defeated Villanova, 55-51, in finals.

LOUGHERY, KEVIN
PERSONAL: Born March 28, 1940, in Brooklyn, N.Y. ... 6-3/190 (1,90/86,2). ... Full name: Kevin Michael
Loughery.
HIGH SCHOOL: Cardinal Hayes (Bronx, N.Y.).
COLLEGE: Boston College, then St. Johns.
TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Detroit Pistons in second round (13th pick overall) of 1962 NBA Draft. ...
Traded by Pistons to Baltimore Bullets for Larry Staverman (October 28, 1963). ... Traded by Bullets with Fred
Carter to Philadelphia 76ers for Archie Clark and future draft choice (October 18, 1971).
CAREER NOTES: Broadcaster (1988-89 and 1989-90). ... Scout, Miami Heat (1988-89 and 1989-90). ... Vice president/director
of player personnel, Heat (February 1995 to 1995-96) ... Vice president/consultant, Heat (1996-97).

COLLEGIATE RECORD
Season
Team
PPG
57-58Boston College .......
58-59Boston College .........
59-60St. Johns ..................
60-61St. Johns ..................
61-62St. Johns...................
Varsity totals.......................

Min.

FGM

FGA

19
19

...
...

133
128

...
...

...
...

25
26
70

...
...
...

106
169
403

252
378
...

.421
.447
...

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

55
...
...
...
65
...
...
...
Did not playtransfer student.
54
77 .701
116
65
76 .855
151
184
...
...
...

25

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG

Reb.

Ast.

...
...

321
321

...
...

...
...

16.9
16.9

...
...
...

266
403
990

4.6
5.8
...

...
...
...

10.6
15.5
14.1

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

NBA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


Season Team
G
Min.
62-63Detroit ........................... 57
845
63-64Det.-Balt. ...................... 66 1459
64-65Baltimore ...................... 80 2417
65-66Baltimore ...................... 74 2455
66-67Baltimore ...................... 76 2577
67-68Baltimore....................... 77 2297
68-69Baltimore ...................... 80 3135
69-70Baltimore ...................... 55 2037
70-71Baltimore ...................... 82 2260
71-72Balt.-Phil. ...................... 76 1771
72-73Philadelphia .................. 32
955
Totals ...................................... 755 22208

FGM
146
236
406
526
520
458
717
477
481
341
169
4477

FGA
397
631
957
1264
1306
1127
1636
1082
1193
809
427
10829

Season Team
62-63Detroit ...........................
64-65Baltimore ......................
65-66Baltimore ......................
68-69Baltimore ......................
69-70Baltimore ......................
70-71Baltimore ......................
Totals ......................................

FGM
1
53
3
29
26
84
196

FGA
10
137
7
79
77
212
522

Pct. FTM
.368
71
.374
126
.424
212
.416
297
.398
340
.406
305
.438
372
.441
253
.403
275
.422
263
.396
107
.413 2621

FTA
100
177
281
358
412
392
463
298
331
320
130
3262

Pct.
.710
.712
.754
.830
.825
.778
.803
.849
.831
.822
.823
.803

Reb. Ast. PF
109
104 135
138
182 175
235
296 320
227
356 273
349
288 294
247
256 301
266
384 299
168
292 183
219
301 246
183
196 213
113
148 104
2254 2803 2543

AVERAGES
Dq. Pts. RPG APG PPG
1
363 1.9 1.8 6.4
2
598 2.1 2.8 9.1
13 1024 2.9 3.7 12.8
8 1349 3.1 4.8 18.2
10 1380 4.6 3.8 18.2
13 1221 3.2 3.3 15.9
3 1806 3.3 4.8 22.6
3 1207 3.1 5.3 21.9
2 1237 2.7 3.7 15.1
3
945 2.4 2.6 12.4
0
445 3.5 4.6 13.9
58 11575 3.0 3.7 15.3

Reb.
0
34
1
18
16
38
107

Dq.
0
0
0
0
0
2
2

NBA PLAYOFF RECORD


G
2
10
3
4
7
17
43

Min.
26
297
27
173
153
500
1176

Pct.
.100
.387
.429
.367
.338
.396
.375

FTM
1
34
3
23
15
64
140

FTA Pct.
11.000
38 .895
6 .500
35 .657
21 .714
85 .753
186 .753

Ast.
4
30
1
21
8
52
116

PF
3
36
4
16
24
57
140

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
3 0.0 0.0 1.5
140 3.4 3.0 14.0
9 0.3 0.3 3.0
81 4.5 5.3 20.3
67 2.3 1.1 9.6
232 2.2 3.1 13.6
532 2.5 2.7 12.4

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Player/head coach, Philadelphia 76ers (February 1973-remainder of 1972-73 season). ... Assistant coach,
Atlanta Hawks (1990-91).
NBA COACHING RECORD
Season Team
72-73Philadelphia .........................................
76-77New York Nets......................................
77-78New Jersey ..........................................
78-79New Jersey ..........................................
79-80New Jersey ..........................................
80-81New Jersey ..........................................
81-82Atlanta..................................................
82-83Atlanta .................................................
83-84Chicago ...............................................
84-85Chicago ...............................................
85-86Washington..........................................
86-87Washington..........................................
87-88Washington ..........................................
91-92Miami ...................................................
92-93Miami ...................................................
93-94Miami ...................................................
94-95Miami ...................................................
Totals (17 years) ............................................

W
5
22
24
37
34
12
42
43
27
38
7
42
8
38
36
42
17
474

L
26
60
58
45
48
23
40
39
55
44
6
40
19
44
46
40
29
662

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.161
4th/Atlantic Division
.268
5th/Atlantic Division
.293
5th/Atlantic Division
.451
3rd/Atlantic Division
.415
5th/Atlantic Division
.343
.512
2nd/Central Division
.524
2nd/Central Division
.329
5th/Central Division
.463
3rd/Central Division
.538
T3rd/Atlantic Division
.512
3rd/Atlantic Division
.296
.463
4th/Atlantic Division
.439
5th/Atlantic Division
.512
4th/Atlantic Division
.370
5th/Atlantic Division
.417
Totals (8 years)

0
1

1
2
0

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

2
.000

2
.000
2
.333

3
.250
3
.400
3
.000

3
.000

3
.400

21
.222

W
12
1
8
21

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
2
.857
4
.200
5
.615
11
.656

ABA COACHING RECORD


Season Team
73-74New York Nets......................................
74-75New York Nets......................................
75-76New York Nets......................................
Totals (3 years) ..............................................

W
55
58
55
168

L
29
26
29
84

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.655
1st/Eastern Division
.690
T1st/Eastern Division
.655
2nd
.667
Totals (3 years)

NOTES:
1973Replaced Roy Rubin as Philadelphia head coach (February), with record of 4-47.
1974Defeated Virginia, 4-1, in Eastern Division Semifinals; defeated Kentucky, 4-0, in Eastern Division Finals; defeated Utah,
4-1, in ABA Finals.
1975Lost to St. Louis in Eastern Division Semifinals.
1976Defeated San Antonio, 4-3, in semifinals; defeated Denver, 4-2, in ABA Finals.
1979Lost to Philadelphia in Eastern Conference First Round.
1980Resigned as New Jersey head coach (December); replaced by Bob MacKinnon with club in fifth place.
1982Lost to Philadelphia in Eastern Conference First Round.
1983Lost to Boston in Eastern Conference First Round.
1985Lost to Milwaukee in Eastern Conference First Round.
1986Replaced Gene Shue as Washington head coach (March 19), with record of 32-37. Lost to Philadelphia in Eastern
Conference First Round.
1987Lost to Detroit in Eastern Conference First Round.
1988Replaced as Washington head coach by Wes Unseld (January 3) with club in fourth place.
1992Lost to Chicago in Eastern Conference First Round.
1994Lost to Atlanta in Eastern Conference First Round.
1995Replaced as Miami head coach by Alvin Gentry (February 14) with club in fifth place.

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MacLEOD, JOHN
PERSONAL: Born October 3, 1937, in New Albany, Ind. ... 6-0/170 (1,83/77,1). ... Full name: John Matthew
MacLeod.
HIGH SCHOOL: New Providence (Clarksville, Ind.).
COLLEGE: Bellarmine (Ky.).
CAREER NOTES: Head coach, Oklahoma (1967-68 through 1972-73). ... Head coach, Notre Dame (1991-92 to
1998-99).

COLLEGIATE RECORD
Team
Season
PPG
55-56Bellarmine .................
56-57Bellarmine .................
57-58Bellarmine .................
58-59Bellarmine .................
Totals ..................................

G
10
8
5
23

Min.

FGM

0
2
2
4

...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...

FGA

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

Freshman team statistics unavailable.


...
1
...
...
...
...
...
3
10 .300
...
...
...
4
...
...
...
...
...
8
...
...
...
...

1
7
8
16

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG
...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...

0.1
0.9
1.6
0.7

COLLEGIATE COACHING RECORD


Season Team
67-68Oklahoma.............................................
68-69Oklahoma ............................................
69-70Oklahoma ............................................
70-71Oklahoma ............................................
71-72Oklahoma.............................................
72-73Oklahoma ............................................
91-92Notre Dame..........................................
92-93Notre Dame .........................................
93-94Notre Dame .........................................
94-95Notre Dame .........................................
95-96Notre Dame .........................................
96-97Notre Dame .........................................
97-98Notre Dame..........................................
98-99Notre Dame .........................................
Totals (14 years) ............................................

W
13
7
19
19
14
18
18
9
12
15
9
16
13
14
196

L
13
19
9
8
12
8
15
18
17
12
18
14
14
16
193

Pct.
.500
.269
.679
.704
.538
.692
.545
.333
.414
.555
.333
.533
.481
.467
.504

Finish
T3rd/Big Eight Conference
8th/Big Eight Conference
3rd/Big Eight Conference
2nd/Big Eight Conference
3rd/Big Eight Conference
4th/Big Eight Conference
Independent
Independent
Independent
Independent
13th/Big East Conference
T4th/Big East Six Division/Big East Conference
5th/Big East Six Division/Big East Conference
4th/Big East Six Division/Big East Conference

NBA COACHING RECORD


Season Team
73-74Phoenix ................................................
74-75Phoenix ................................................
75-76Phoenix ................................................
76-77Phoenix ................................................
77-78Phoenix ................................................
78-79Phoenix................................................
79-80Phoenix................................................
80-81Phoenix................................................
81-82Phoenix ................................................
82-83Phoenix................................................
83-84Phoenix................................................
84-85Phoenix................................................
85-86Phoenix................................................
86-87Phoenix................................................
87-88Dallas ...................................................
88-89Dallas ...................................................
89-90Dallas ...................................................
90-91New York ..............................................
Totals (18 years) ............................................

W
30
32
42
34
49
50
55
57
46
53
41
36
32
22
53
38
5
32
707

L
52
50
40
48
33
32
27
25
36
29
41
46
50
34
29
44
6
35
657

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.396
4th/Pacific Division
.390
4th/Pacific Division
.512
3rd/Pacific Division
.415
5th/Pacific Division
.598
2nd/Pacific Division
.610
2nd/Pacific Division
.671
3rd/Pacific Division
.695
1st/Pacific Division
.561
3rd/Pacific Division
.646
2nd/Pacific Division
.500
4th/Pacific Division
.439
3rd/Pacific Division
.390
T3rd/Pacific Division
.393
.646
2nd/Midwest Division
.463
4th/Midwest Division
.455
.478
3rd/Atlantic Division
.518
Totals (11 years)

10

0
9
3
3
2
1
9
0

10

0
47

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Assistant coach, DeSales High School, Ky. (1959-60 through 1961-62). ... Head coach, Smithville High School,
Ind. (1963-64 and 1964-65; record: 16-24). ... Assistant coach, Cathedral High School, Ind. (1965-66). ... Assistant coach,
University of Oklahoma (1966-67).

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

9
.526

2
.000
6
.600
5
.375
4
.429
5
.286
2
.333
8
.529
3
.000

7
.588

3
.000
54
.465

NOTES:
1970Defeated Louisville, 74-73, in NIT first round; lost to Louisiana State, 97-94, in quarterfinals.
1971Lost to Hawaii, 87-86 (2 OT), in NIT first round.
1976Defeated Seattle, 4-2, in Western Conference Semifinals; defeated Golden State, 4-3, in Western Conference Finals;
lost to Boston, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
1978Lost to Milwaukee in Western Conference First Round.
1979Defeated Portland, 2-1, in Western Conference First Round; defeated Kansas City, 4-1, in Western Conference
Semifinals; lost to Seattle, 4-3, in Western Conference Finals.
1980Defeated Kansas City, 2-1, in Western Conference First Round; lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 4-1, in Western Conference
Semifinals.
1981Lost to Kansas City in Western Conference Semifinals.
1982Defeated Denver, 2-1, in Western Conference Semifinals; lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 4-0, in Western Conference
Finals.
1983Lost to Denver in Western Conference First Round.
1984Defeated Portland, 3-2, in Western Conference First Round; defeated Utah, 4-2, in Western Conference Semifinals; lost
to Los Angeles Lakers, 4-2, in Western Conference Finals.
1985Lost to Los Angeles Lakers in Western Conference First Round.

27

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

1987Replaced as Phoenix head coach by Dick Van Arsdale (February 26).


1988Defeated Houston, 3-1, in Western Conference First Round; defeated Denver, 4-2, in Western Conference Semifinals;
lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 4-3, in Western Conference Finals.
1989Replaced as Dallas head coach by Richie Adubato (November 29).
1990Replaced Stu Jackson as New York head coach (December 3) with record of 7-8.
1991Lost to Chicago in Eastern Conference First Round.
1992Defeated Western Michigan, 63-56, in NIT first round; defeated Kansas State, 64-47, in second round; defeated
Manhattan, 74-58, in quarterfinals; defeated Utah, 58-55, in semifinals; lost to Virginia, 81-76, in final.
1997Defeated Oral Roberts, 74-58, in NIT first round; defeated TCU, 82-72, in NIT second round; lost to Michigan, 67-66, in NIT
quarter finals.

MOE, DOUG
PERSONAL: Born September 21, 1938, in Brooklyn, N.Y. ... 6-5/220 (1,96/99,8). ... Full name: Douglas Edwin
Moe.
HIGH SCHOOL: Erasmus Hall (Brooklyn, N.Y.), then Bullis Prep School (Silver Springs, Md.).
COLLEGE: North Carolina, then Elon College (N.C.).
TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Chicago Packers in second round (22nd pick overall) of 1961 NBA Draft. ...
Signed by Packers (1961); Packers later refused to honor contract when Moe was implicated in college pointshaving scandal; Moe was exonerated but did not play basketball from 1961-62 through 1964-65. ... Played with Padua, Italy
(1965-66 and 1966-67). ... Signed by New Orleans Buccaneers of American Basketball Association (1967). ... Traded by
Buccaneers with Larry Brown to Oakland Oaks for Steve Jones, Ron Franz and Barry Leibowitz (June 18, 1968). ... Traded by
Oaks to Carolina Cougars in three-way deal in which Cougars sent Stew Johnson to Pittsburgh Pipers and Pipers sent Frank
Card to Oaks (June 12, 1969). ... Traded by Cougars to Washington Capitols for Gary Bradds and Ira Harge (July 24, 1970). ...
Capitols franchise moved from Washington to Virginia and renamed Squires for 1970-71 season.
COLLEGIATE RECORD
NOTES: THE SPORTING NEWS All-America second team (1959, 1961).
Team
Season
PPG
57-58North Carolina.........
58-59North Carolina ..........
59-60North Carolina ..........
60-61North Carolina ..........
Totals ..................................

G
25
12
23
60

...
...
...
...

Min.

FGM

106
60
163
329

265
144
401
810

Reb.

Ast.

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG

Freshman team statistics unavailable.


.400
104
164 .634
179
67
.417
82
113 .726
135
...
.406
143
207 .691
321
...
.406
329
484 .680
635
...

316
202
469
987

7.2
11.3
14.0
10.6

FGA

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

2.7
...
...
...

12.6
16.8
20.4
16.5

ABA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


NOTES: Member of ABA championship team (1969). ... ABA All-Star first team (1968). ... ABA All-Star second team (1969).
Season Team
67-68New Orleans ........
68-69Oakland ...............
69-70Carolina................
70-71Virginia .................
71-72Virginia .................
Totals ............................

2-POINT
G Min. FGM FGA Pct.
78 3113 662 1588 .417
75 2528 524 1213 .432
80 2671 527 1220 .432
78 2297 395 861 .459
67 1472
174 406 .429
378 12081 2282 5288 .432

FGM
3
5
8
2
1
19

3-POINT
FGA Pct. FTM FTA
22 .136 551 693
14 .357 360 444
34 .235 304 399
10 .200 221 259
9 .111 104 129
89 .213 1540 1924

Pts.
1884
1423
1382
1017
455
6161

AVERAGES
RPG APG PPG
10.2
2.6 24.2
8.2
2.0 19.0
5.5
5.3 17.3
6.1
3.5 13.0
3.6
2.2 6.8
6.8
3.2 16.3

Ast. Pts.
40 399
31
317
25
62
37
212
27
96
160 1086

AVERAGES
RPG APG PPG
9.9
2.4 23.5
7.8
1.9 19.8
6.5
6.3 15.5
4.8
3.1 17.7
3.9
2.5 8.7
7.0
2.7 18.1

Pct. Reb. Ast.


.795 795 202
.811 614 151
.762 437 425
.853 473 270
.806 241 149
.800 2560 1197

ABA PLAYOFF RECORD


Season Team
G
67-68New Orleans ........ 17
68-69Oakland ............... 16
69-70Carolina................
4
70-71Virginia ................. 12
71-72Virginia ................. 11
Totals ............................ 60

Min.
715
593
168
421
245
2142

2-POINT
FGM FGA Pct.
140 335 .418
115 280 .411
25
72 .347
89 174 .511
37
84 .440
406 945 .430

FGM
4
0
0
1
0
5

3-POINT
FGA Pct. FTM
11 .364 107
4 .000
87
4 .000
12
3 .333
31
1 .000
22
23 .217 259

FTA
149
111
16
41
25
342

Pct. Reb.
.718 169
.784 124
.750
26
.756
57
.880
43
.757 419

ABA ALL-STAR GAME RECORD


Season Team
1968New Orleans ..........................
1969Oakland..................................
1970Carolina..................................
Totals .............................................

Min.
29
26
36
91

FGM
7
6
0
13

2-POINT
FGA
12
13
5
30

Pct.
.583
.462
.000
.433

FGM
0
0
0
0

3-POINT
FGA
1
0
0
1

Pct.
.000
...
...
.000

FTM
3
5
2
10

FTA
5
8
3
16

Pct.
.600
.625
.667
.625

Reb.
7
6
8
21

Ast.
5
6
6
17

Pts.
17
17
2
36

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Assistant coach, Elon College, N.C. (1963-64 and 1964-65). ... Assistant coach/director of player personnel,
Carolina Cougars of ABA (1972-73 and 1973-74). ... Assistant coach/director of player personnel, Denver Nuggets of ABA
(1974-75 and 1975-76). ... Assistant coach, Nuggets (1980).
HONORS: NBA Coach of the Year (1988).
NBA COACHING RECORD
Season Team
76-77San Antonio .........................................
77-78San Antonio .........................................
78-79San Antonio .........................................
79-80San Antonio .........................................
80-81Denver .................................................
81-82Denver..................................................

W
44
52
48
33
26
46

L
38
30
34
33
25
36

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.537
3rd/Central Division
.634
1st/Central Division
.585
1st/Central Division
.500
.510
4th/Midwest Division
.561
T2nd/Midwest Division

28

W
0
2
7

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
2
.000
4
.333
7
.500

2
.333

82-83Denver .................................................
83-84Denver .................................................
84-85Denver .................................................
85-86Denver .................................................
86-87Denver .................................................
87-88Denver..................................................

45
38
52
47
37
54

37
44
30
35
45
28

Season Team
88-89Denver .................................................
89-90Denver .................................................
92-93Philadelphia .........................................
Totals (15 years) ............................................

W
44
43
19
628

L
38
39
37
529

.549
.463
.634
.573
.451
.659

T2nd/Midwest Division
T3rd/Midwest Division
1st/Midwest Division
2nd/Midwest Division
4th/Midwest Division
1st/Midwest Division

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.537
3rd/Midwest Division
.524
4th/Midwest Division
.339
.543
Totals (12 years)

3
2
8
5
0
5
W
0
0

33

5
3
7
5
3
6

.375
.400
.533
.500
.000
.455

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
3
.000
3
.000

50
.398

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

NOTES:
1977Lost to Boston in Eastern Conference First Round.
1978Lost to Washington in Eastern Conference Semifinals.
1979Defeated Philadelphia, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; lost to Washington, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Finals.
1980Replaced as San Antonio head coach by Bob Bass (March 1). Replaced Donnie Walsh as Denver head coach
(December), with record of 11-20.
1982Lost to Phoenix in Western Conference First Round.
1983Defeated Phoenix, 2-1, in Western Conference First Round; lost to San Antonio, 4-1, in Western Conference
Semifinals.
1984Lost to Utah in Western Conference First Round.
1985Defeated San Antonio, 3-2, in Western Conference First Round; defeated Utah, 4-1, in Western Conference Semifinals;
lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 4-1, in Western Conference Finals.
1986Defeated Portland, 3-1, in Western Conference First Round; lost to Houston, 4-2, in Western Conference Semifinals.
1987Lost to Los Angeles Lakers in Western Conference First Round.
1988Defeated Seattle, 3-2, in Western Conference First Round; lost to Dallas, 4-2, in Western Conference Semifinals.
1989Lost to Phoenix in Western Conference First Round.
1990Lost to San Antonio, 3-0, in Western Conference First Round.
1993Replaced as Philadelphia head coach by Fred Carter (March 7) with club in sixth place.

MOTTA, DICK

PERSONAL: Born September 3, 1931, in Midvale, Utah. ... 5-10/170 (1,78/77,1). ... Full name: John Richard
Motta.
HIGH SCHOOL: Jordan (Utah); did not play varsity basketball.
COLLEGE: Utah State (did not play basketball).

HEAD COACHING RECORD

BACKGROUND: Head coach, Grace Junior High School (1954-55). ... Head coach, Grace High School (1955-56 through
1959-60). ... Head coach, Weber Junior College (1960-61 and 1961-62). ... Broadcaster, Detroit Pistons (1988 through January
1990). ... Consultant, Dallas Mavericks (1990). ... Assistant coach, Denver Nuggets (July 19-November 26, 1996).
HONORS: NBA Coach of the Year (1971).

COLLEGIATE COACHING RECORD


Season Team
62-63Weber State.........................................
63-64Weber State.........................................
64-65Weber State.........................................
65-66Weber State.........................................
66-67Weber State.........................................
67-68Weber State .........................................
Totals (6 years) ..............................................

W
22
17
22
20
18
21
120

L
4
8
3
5
7
6
33

Pct.
.846
.680
.880
.765
.720
.778
.784

Finish
Independent
2nd/Big Sky Conference
1st/Big Sky Conference
2nd/Big Sky Conference
3rd/Big Sky Conference
1st/Big Sky Conference

NBA COACHING RECORD


Season Team
68-69Chicago ...............................................
69-70Chicago ...............................................
70-71Chicago ...............................................
71-72Chicago................................................
72-73Chicago ...............................................
73-74Chicago................................................
74-75Chicago................................................
75-76Chicago ...............................................
76-77Washington ..........................................
77-78Washington ..........................................
78-79Washington..........................................
79-80Washington..........................................
80-81Dallas ...................................................
81-82Dallas ...................................................
82-83Dallas ...................................................
83-84Dallas ...................................................
84-85Dallas ...................................................
85-86Dallas ...................................................
86-87Dallas ...................................................
89-90Sacramento .........................................
90-91Sacramento .........................................
91-92Sacramento..........................................
94-95Dallas ...................................................
95-96Dallas ...................................................

W
33
39
51
57
51
54
47
24
48
44
54
39
15
28
38
43
44
44
55
16
25
7
36
26

L
49
43
31
25
31
28
35
58
34
38
28
43
67
54
44
39
38
38
27
38
57
18
46
56

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.402
5th/Western Division
.476
T3rd/Western Division
.622
2nd/Midwest Division
.695
2nd/Midwest Division
.622
2nd/Midwest Division
.659
2nd/Midwest Division
.573
T1st/Midwest Division
.293
4th/Midwest Division
.585
2nd/Central Division
.537
2nd/Central Division
.659
1st/Atlantic Division
.476
3rd/Atlantic Division
.183
6th/Midwest Division
.341
5th/Midwest Division
.463
4th/Midwest Division
.524
2nd/Midwest Division
.537
3rd/Midwest Division
.537
3rd/Midwest Division
.671
1st/Midwest Division
.296
7th/Pacific Division
.305
7th/Pacific Division
.280
.439
5th/Midwest Division
.317
T5th/Midwest Division

29

1
3
0
3
4
7

4
14
9
0

4
1
5
1

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

4
.250
4
.429
4
.000
4
.429
7
.364
6
.538

5
.444
7
.666
10
.474
2
.000

6
.400
3
.250
5
.500
3
.250

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

96-97Denver .................................................
Totals (25 years) ............................................

17
935

52
1017

.246
.479

5th/Midwest Division
Totals (14 years)

56

70

.444

NOTES:
1970Lost to Atlanta in Western Division First Round.
1971Lost to Los Angeles in Western Conference First Round.
1972Lost to Los Angeles in Western Conference First Round.
1973Lost to Los Angeles in Western Conference First Round.
1974Defeated Detroit, 4-3, in Western Conference First Round; lost to Milwaukee, 4-0, in Western Conference Semifinals.
1975Defeated Kansas City/Omaha, 4-2, in Western Conference First Round; lost to Golden State, 4-3, in Western
Conference Semifinals.
1977Defeated Cleveland, 2-1, in Eastern Conference First Round; lost to Houston, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Semifinals.
1978Defeated Atlanta, 2-0, in Eastern Conference First Round; defeated San Antonio, 4-2, in Eastern Conference
Semifinals; defeated Philadelphia, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Finals; defeated Seattle, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
1979Defeated Atlanta, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; defeated San Antonio, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Finals; lost
to Seattle, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
1980Lost to Philadelphia in Eastern Conference First Round.
1984Defeated Seattle, 3-2, in Western Conference First Round; lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 4-1, in Western Conference
Semifinals.
1985Lost to Portland in Western Conference First Round.
1986Defeated Utah, 3-1, in Western Conference First Round; lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 4-2, in Western Conference
Semifinals.
1987Lost to Seattle in Western Conference First Round.
1990Replaced Jerry Reynolds as Sacramento head coach (January 4) with record of 7-21 and club in seventh place.
1991Replaced as Sacramento head coach by Rex Hughes (December 24) with club in seventh place.
1996Replaced Bernie Bickerstaff as Denver head coach (November 26) with record of 4-9 and club in fourth place.

NELSON, DON
PERSONAL: Born May 15, 1940, in Muskegon, Mich. ... 6-6/210. (1,98/95,3). ... Full name: Don Arvid Nelson.
HIGH SCHOOL: Rock Island (Ill.).
COLLEGE: Iowa.
TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Chicago Zephyrs in third round (19th pick overall) of 1962 NBA Draft ... Zephyrs
franchise moved from Chicago to Baltimore and renamed Bullets for 1963-64 season ... Contract sold by Bullets
to Los Angeles Lakers (September 6, 1963) ... Waived by Lakers (October 21, 1965) ... Signed as free agent by
Boston Celtics (October 28, 1965).
MISCELLANEOUS: Member of NBA championship team (1966, 1968, 1969, 1974, 1976) ... Head coach of gold-medal-winning
1994 USA Basketball World Championship Team.

COLLEGIATE RECORD
Season
Team
PPG
58-59Iowa ........................
59-60Iowa ..........................
60-61Iowa ..........................
61-62Iowa...........................
Varsity totals.......................

G
24
24
24
72

...
...
...
...

Min.

FGM

FGA

Pct.

140
197
193
530

Freshman team did


320 .438
100
377 .523
176
348 .555
186
1045 .507
462

PCT FG3M FG3A PCT FTM


.440
0
0
--- 161
.418
0
0
--- 149
.424
0
0
--20
.439
0
0
--- 223
.446
0
0
--- 141
.494
0
0
--- 195
.485
0
0
--- 201
.501
0
0
--- 337
.468
0
0
--- 317
.480
0
0
--- 356
.476
0
0
--- 159
.508
0
0
--- 215
.539
0
0
--- 263
.462
0
0
--- 127
8373 .480
0
0
--- 2864

Year-Team
63-64 Los Angeles
64-65 Los Angeles
65-66 Boston
66-67 Boston
67-68 Boston
68-69 Boston
71-72 Boston
72-73 Boston
73-74 Boston
74-75 Boston
75-76 Boston

G
5
11
17
9
19
18
11
13
18
11
18

FGA
13
53
118
59
175
168
99
101
164
117
108

TOTALS

150

3209

585

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG

Ast.

not play intercollegiate schedule.


155 .645
241
...
380
268 .657
258
...
570
264 .705
285
...
572
687 .672
784
...
1522

10.0
10.8
11.9
10.9

...
...
...
...

15.8
23.8
23.8
21.1

NBA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD

Year-Team
G
MIN FGM
62-63 Chicago
62 1071 129
63-64 Los Angeles
80 1406 135
64-65 Los Angeles
39
238
36
65-66 Boston
75
1765 271
66-67 Boston
79 1202 227
67-68 Boston
82 1498 312
68-69 Boston
82 1773 374
69-70 Boston
82 2224 461
70-71 Boston
82 2254 412
71-72 Boston
82 2086 389
72-73 Boston
72 1425 309
73-74 Boston
82
1748 364
74-75 Boston
79 2052 423
75-76 Boston
75
943 175
TOTALS
1053 21685 4017
MIN FGM
56
7
212
24
316
50
142
27
468
91
348
87
308
52
303
47
467
82
274
66
315
52

FTM

FGA
293
323
85
618
509
632
771
920
881
811
649
717
785
379

FTA
221
201
26
326
190
268
259
435
426
452
188
273
318
161

PCT OFF DEF TOT RPG AST APG PF DQ STL BLK PTS PPG
.729
0
0 279 4.5 72 1.2 136 3 0 0 419 6.8
.741
0
0 323 4.0 76 1.0 181 1 0 0 419 5.2
.769
0
0 73 1.9 24 0.6 40 1 0 0
92 2.4
.684
0
0 403 5.4 79 1.1 187 1 0 0 765 10.2
.742
0
0 295 3.7 65 0.8 143 0 0 0 595 7.5
.728
0
0 431 5.3 103 1.3 178 1 0 0 819 10.0
.776
0
0 458 5.6 92 1.1 198 2 0 0 949 11.6
.775
0
0 601 7.3 148 1.8 238 3 0 0 1259 15.4
.744
0
0 565 6.9 153 1.9 232 2 0 0 1141 13.9
.788
0
0 453 5.5 192 2.3 220 3 0 0 1134 13.8
.846
0
0 315 4.4 102 1.4 155 1 0 0 777 10.8
.788 90 255 345 4.2 162 2.0 189 1 19 13 943 11.5
.827 127 342 469 5.9 181 2.3 239 2 32 15 1109 14.0
.789 56 126 182 2.4 77 1.0 115 0 14 7 477 6.4
3744 .765 273 723 5192 4.9 1526 1.4 2451 21 65 35 10898 10.3

NBA PLAYOFF RECORD

PCT FG3M FG3A PCT FTM FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT RPG AST APG
.538
0
0
--3
31.000 0
0 13 2.6
2 0.4
.453
0
0
--19 25 .760
0
0 59 5.4 19 1.7
.424
0
0
--42 52 .808
0
0 85 5.0 13 0.8
.458
0
0
--10 17 .588
0
0 42 4.7
9 1.0
.520
0
0
--55 74 .743
0
0 143 7.5 32 1.7
.518
0
0
--50 60 .833
0
0 83 4.6 21 1.2
.525
0
0
--41 48 .854
0
0 61 5.5 21 1.9
.465
0
0
--49 56 .875
0
0 38 2.9 15 1.2
.500
0
0
--41 53 .774 25 72 97 5.4 35 1.9
.564
0
0
--37 41 .902 18 27 45 4.1 26 2.4
.481
0
0
--60 69 .870 17 36 53 2.9 17 0.9

1175 .498

---

407 498 .817

30

PF DQ STL BLK PTS PPG


11 1 0 0
17 3.4
31 0 0 0
67 6.1
50 0 0 0 142 8.4
12 0 0 0
64 7.1
49 0 0 0 237 12.5
51 0 0 0 224 12.4
30 0 0 0 145 13.2
29 0 0 0 143 11.0
54 2 8 3 205 11.4
36 1 2 2 169 15.4
46 1 3 2 164 9.1

60 135 719 4.8 210 1.4 399

13

7 1577 10.5

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Assistant coach, Milwaukee Bucks (September 9-November 22, 1976) ... Head coach/director of player personnel, Bucks (November 22, 1976 through 1985) ... Head coach/vice president of basketball operations, Bucks (1985-May
27, 1987) ... Executive vice president, Golden State Warriors (1987-88) ... Head coach/general manager, Warriors (1988-89 to
February 13, 1995) ... General manager, Dallas Mavericks (February 7, 1997 to August 30, 2006).
HONORS: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame ... NBA Coach of the Year (1983, 1985, 1992) ... One of the
Top 10 Coaches in NBA History (1996).

Season Team
76-77Milwaukee ............................................
77-78Milwaukee ............................................
78-79Milwaukee............................................
79-80Milwaukee............................................
80-81Milwaukee............................................
81-82Milwaukee ............................................
82-83Milwaukee............................................
83-84Milwaukee............................................
84-85Milwaukee............................................
85-86Milwaukee............................................
86-87Milwaukee............................................
88-89Golden State .......................................
89-90Golden State .......................................
90-91Golden State .......................................
91-92Golden State........................................
92-93Golden State .......................................
93-94Golden State .......................................
94-95Golden State .......................................
95-96New York ..............................................
97-98Dallas ...................................................
98-99Dallas ...................................................
99-00Dallas...................................................
00-01Dallas ...................................................
01-02Dallas ...................................................
02-03Dallas ...................................................
03-04Dallas ...................................................
04-05Dallas ...................................................
06-07Golden State .......................................
07-08Golden State ........................................
08-09Golden State .......................................
09-10Golden State........................................
Totals.............................................................

W
27
44
38
49
60
55
51
50
59
57
50
43
37
44
55
34
50
14
34
16
19
40
53
57
60
52
42
42
48
29
26
1335

L
37
38
44
33
22
27
31
32
23
25
32
39
45
38
27
48
32
31
25
50
31
42
29
25
22
30
22
40
34
53
56
1063

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.422
6th/Midwest Division
.537
2nd/Midwest Division
.463
4th/Midwest Division
.598
1st/Midwest Division
.732
1st/Central Division
.671
1st/Central Division
.622
1st/Central Division
.610
1st/Central Division
.720
1st/Central Division
.695
1st/Central Division
.610
3rd/Central Division
.524
4th/Pacific Division
.451
5th/Pacific Division
.537
4th/Pacific Division
.671
2nd/Pacific Division
.415
6th/Pacific Division
.610
3rd/Pacific Division
.311
.576
.242
5th/Midwest Division
.380
5th/Midwest Division
.488
4th/Midwest Division
.646
T2nd/Midwest Division
.695
2nd/Midwest Division
.732
2nd/Midwest Division
.634
3rd/Midwest Division
.656
.512
3rd/Pacific Division
.585
3rd/Pacific Division
.354
3rd/Pacific Division
.317
4th/Pacific Division
.557

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP COACHING RECORD


Season Team
1994Team USA..............................................

W
8

L
0

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
1.000
Gold medal

NOTES:

3
3
2
5
8
3
7
6
4

4
1

4
4
10
1

--75

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

4
.556

4
.429
4
.429
4
.333
4
.556
8
.500
5
.375
7
.500
6
.500
4
.500

5
.444
3
.250

3
.000

6
.400
4
.500
10
.500
4
.200

6
.455

----91
.452

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

NBA COACHING RECORD

75-76Replaced Larry Costello as Milwaukee head coach (November 22), with record of 3-15 and club in sixth place.
77-78Defeated Phoenix, 2-0, in Western Conference first round; lost to Denver, 4-3, in Western Conference semifinals.
79-80Lost to Seattle in Western Conference semifinals.
80-81Lost to Philadelphia in Eastern Conference semifinals.
81-82Lost to Philadelphia in Eastern Conference semifinals.
82-83Defeated Boston, 4-0, in Eastern Conference semifinals; lost to Philadelphia, 4-1, in Eastern Conference finals.
83-84Defeated Atlanta, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated New Jersey, 4-2, in Eastern Conference semifinals; lost to Boston,
4-1, in Eastern Conference finals.
84-85Defeated Chicago, 3-1, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Philadelphia, 4-0, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
85-86Defeated New Jersey, 3-0, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated Philadelphia, 4-3, in Eastern Conference semifinals; lost to
Boston, 4-0, in Eastern Conference finals.
86-87Defeated Philadelphia, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Boston, 4-3, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
88-89Defeated Utah, 3-0, in Western Conference first round; lost to Phoenix, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals.
90-91Defeated San Antonio, 3-1, in Western Conference first round; lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals.
91-92Lost to Seattle, 3-1, in Western Conference first round.
93-94Lost to Phoenix, 3-0, in Western Conference first round.
94-95Replaced as Golden State head coach by Bob Lanier (February 13) with club in sixth place.
95-96Replaced as New York head coach by Jeff Van Gundy (March 8) with club in second place.
96-97Replaced Jim Cleamons as Dallas head coach (December 4), with record of 4-12 and club in sixth place.
00-01Defeated Utah, 3-2, in Western Conference first round; lost to San Antonio, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals.
01-02Defeated Minnesota, 3-0, in Western Conference first round; lost to Sacramento, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals.
02-03Defeated Portland, 4-3, in Western Conference first round; defeated Sacramento, 4-3, in Western Conference semifinals; lost to San
Antonio, 4-2, in Western Conference finals.
03-04Lost to Sacramento, 4-1, in Western Conference first round.
04-05Stepped down as Dallas head coach (March 19, 2005); replaced by Avery Johnson with team in second place.
06-07Defeated Dallas, 4-2, in Western Conference first round; lost to Utah, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals

31

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

RAMSAY, JACK

PERSONAL: Born February 21, 1925, in Philadelphia. ... Died April 28, 2014 ... 6-1/180 (1,85/81,6). ... Full
name: John T. Ramsay. Died April 28, 2014.
HIGH SCHOOL: Upper Darby Senior (Pa.).
COLLEGE: St. Josephs, then Villanova, then Pennsylvania.
TRANSACTIONS: Played with San Diego Dons, an Amateur Athletic Union team (1945-46). ... Played in
Eastern Basketball League with Harrisburg and Sunbury (1949-50 through 1954-55).
CAREER NOTES: Analyst, ESPN (January 1996-present).
CAREER HONORS: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (1992). ... One of the Top 10 Coaches in NBA History (1996).

COLLEGIATE RECORD
Season
Team
PPG
42-43St. Josephs ............
43-44 .....................................
44-45 .....................................
45-46 .....................................
46-47St. Josephs ..............
47-48St. Josephs...............
48-49St. Josephs ..............
Varsity totals.......................

21
14
23
58

Min.

...
...
...
...

FGM

72
60
75
207

214
...
...
...

FGA

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

Freshman team statistics unavailable.


Did not playin military service.
Did not playin military service.
Did not playin military service.
.336
20
32 .625
...
...
...
38
...
...
...
...
...
52
...
...
...
...
...
110
...
...
...
...

164
158
202
524

EBL REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


Season Team
G
49-50Harrisburg..................... 25
50-51Harrisburg..................... 20
51-52Sunbury......................... 26
52-53Sunbury ........................ 21
53-54Sunbury ........................ 28
54-55Sunbury ........................ 30
Totals ...................................... 130

Min.
...
...
...
...
...
...
...

FGM
134
96
159
116
112
164
685

FGA Pct.
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...

FTM
68
43
86
97
101
155
507

FTA Pct.
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...
...

Reb.
...
...
...
...
...
...
...

Ast.
...
...
...
...
...
...
...

PF
...
...
...
...
...
...
...

Dq.
...
...
...
...
...
...
...

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG

...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...

7.8
11.3
8.8
9.0

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
336
...
... 13.4
235
...
... 11.8
404
...
... 15.5
329
...
... 15.7
325
...
... 11.6
483
...
... 16.1
1877
...
... 14.4

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Head coach, St. James High School (Pa.) and later head coach, Mount Pleasant High School, Del. (19491955). ... General manager, Philadelphia 76ers (1966-67 and 1967-68). ... Head coach/general manager, 76ers (1968-69 and
1969-70).
COLLEGIATE COACHING RECORD
Season Team
55-56St. Josephs .........................................
56-57St. Josephs .........................................
57-58St. Josephs .........................................
58-59St. Josephs .........................................
59-60St. Josephs .........................................
60-61St. Josephs .........................................
61-62St. Josephs .........................................
62-63St. Josephs .........................................
63-64St. Josephs .........................................
64-65St. Josephs .........................................
65-66St. Josephs .........................................
Totals (11 years) ............................................

W
23
17
18
22
20
25
18
23
18
26
24
234

L
6
7
9
5
7
5
10
5
10
3
5
72

Pct.
.793
.708
.667
.815
.741
.833
.643
.821
.643
.897
.828
.765

Finish
Independent
Independent
2nd/Middle Atlantic Conference
1st/Middle Atlantic Conference
1st/Middle Atlantic Conference
1st/Middle Atlantic Conference
1st/Middle Atlantic Conference
1st/Middle Atlantic Conference
T2nd/Middle Atlantic Conference
1st/Middle Atlantic Conference
1st/Middle Atlantic Conference

NBA COACHING RECORD


Season Team
68-69Philadelphia .........................................
69-70Philadelphia .........................................

W
55
42

L
27
40

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.671
2nd/Eastern Division
.512
4th/Eastern Division

W
1
1

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
4
.200
4
.200

Season Team
70-71Philadelphia .........................................
71-72Philadelphia .........................................
72-73Buffalo .................................................
73-74Buffalo..................................................
74-75Buffalo..................................................
75-76Buffalo .................................................
76-77Portland ...............................................
77-78Portland ...............................................
78-79Portland ...............................................
79-80Portland ...............................................
80-81Portland ...............................................
81-82Portland ...............................................
82-83Portland ...............................................
83-84Portland ...............................................
84-85Portland ...............................................
85-86Portland ...............................................
86-87Indiana .................................................
87-88Indiana .................................................
88-89Indiana .................................................
Totals (21 years) ............................................

W
47
30
21
42
49
46
49
58
45
38
45
42
46
48
42
40
41
38
0
864

L
35
52
61
40
33
36
33
24
37
44
37
40
36
34
40
42
41
44
7
783

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.573
2nd/Atlantic Division
.366
3rd/Atlantic Division
.256
3rd/Atlantic Division
.512
3rd/Atlantic Division
.598
2nd/Atlantic Division
.561
T2nd/Atlantic Division
.598
2nd/Pacific Division
.707
1st/Pacific Division
.549
4th/Pacific Division
.463
4th/Pacific Division
.549
3rd/Pacific Division
.512
5th/Pacific Division
.561
4th/Pacific Division
.585
2nd/Pacific Division
.512
2nd/Pacific Division
.488
2nd/Pacific Division
.500
4th/Central Division
.463
6th/Central Division
.000
.525
Totals (16 years)

W
3

2
3
4
14
2
1
1
1

3
2
4
1
1

44

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
4
.429

4
.333
4
.429
5
.444
5
.737
4
.333
2
.333
2
.333
2
.333

4
.429
3
.400
5
.444
3
.250
3
.250

58
.431

NOTES:
1956Defeated Seton Hall, 74-65, in NIT quarterfinals; lost to Louisville, 89-79, in semifinals; defeated St. Francis-New York, 93-82,
in third-place game.
1958Defeated St. Peters, 83-72, in NIT first round; lost to St. Bonaventure, 79-75, in quarterfinals.

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RILEY, PAT

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

1959Lost to West Virginia, 95-92, in NCAA Tournament first round; lost to Navy, 70-59, in regional consolation game.
1960Lost to Duke, 58-56, in NCAA Tournament first round; lost to West Virginia, 106-100, in regional consolation game.
1961Defeated Princeton, 72-67, in NCAA Tournament regional semifinal; defeated Wake Forest, 96-86, in regional final; lost to Ohio
State, 95-69, in national semifinal; defeated Utah, 127-120 (4 OT), in consolation game.
1962Lost to Wake Forest, 96-85 (OT), in NCAA Tournament regional semifinal; lost to New York University, 94-85, in regional consolation game.
1963Defeated Princeton, 82-81, in NCAA Tournament first round; defeated West Virginia, 97-88, in regional semifinal; lost to Duke,
73-59, in regional final.
1964Defeated Miami (Fla.), 86-76, in NIT first round; lost to Bradley, 83-81, in quarterfinals.
1965Defeated Connecticut, 67-61, in NCAA Tournament first round; lost to Providence, 81-73 (OT), in regional semifinal; lost to North
Carolina State, 103-81, in regional consolation game.
1966Defeated Providence, 65-48, in NCAA Tournament first round; lost to Duke, 76-74, in regional semifinal; defeated Davidson, 9276, in regional consolation game.
1969Lost to Boston in Eastern Division Semifinals.
1970Lost to Milwaukee in Eastern Division Semifinals.
1971Lost to Baltimore in Eastern Conference Semifinals.
1974Lost to Boston in Eastern Conference Semifinals.
1975Lost to Washington in Eastern Conference Semifinals.
1976Defeated Philadelphia, 2-1, in Eastern Conference First Round; lost to Boston, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Semifinals.
1977Defeated Chicago, 2-1, in Western Conference First Round; defeated Denver, 4-2, in Western Conference Semifinals; defeated
Los Angeles Lakers, 4-0, in Western Conference Finals; defeated Philadelphia, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
1978Lost to Seattle in Western Conference Semifinals.
1979Lost to Phoenix in Western Conference First Round.
1980Lost to Seattle in Western Conference First Round.
1981Lost to Kansas City in Western Conference First Round.
1983Defeated Seattle, 2-0, in Western Conference First Round; lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 4-1, in Western Conference Semifinals.
1984Lost to Phoenix in Western Conference First Round.
1985Defeated Dallas, 3-1, in Western Conference First Round; lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 4-1, in Western Conference Semifinals.
1986Lost to Denver in Western Conference First Round.
1987Lost to Atlanta in Eastern Conference First Round.
1988Resigned as Indiana head coach (November 17); replaced by Mel Daniels with club in sixth place.

PERSONAL: Born March 20, 1945, in Rome, N.Y. ... 6-4/205. (1.93/93.0) ... Full name: Patrick James
Riley ... Son of Leon Riley, outfielder/catcher with Philadelphia Phillies (1944) and minor league manager; and brother of Lee Riley, defensive back with three NFL teams (1955-1960) and New York Titans of
American Football League (1961 and 1962).
HIGH SCHOOL: Linton (Schenectady, N.Y.).
COLLEGE: Kentucky.
TRANSACTIONS/CAREER NOTES: Selected by San Diego Rockets in first round (seventh pick overall) of 1967 NBA Draft ...
Selected by Portland Trail Blazers from Rockets in NBA Expansion Draft (May 11, 1970) ... Contract sold by Trail Blazers to Los
Angeles Lakers (October 9, 1970) ... Traded by Lakers to Phoenix Suns for draft rights to G John Roche and 1976 secondround draft choice (November 3, 1975).
MISCELLANEOUS: Member of NBA championship team (1972) ... Selected by Dallas Cowboys in 11th round of 1967
National Football League draft.
HONORS: NBA Coach of the Year (1997).

COLLEGIATE RECORD
Season Team
63-64Kentucky ................
64-65Kentucky ................
65-66Kentucky ................
66-67Kentucky ................
Totals ...............................
18.7

G Min.
16
...
25 825
29 1078
26 953
96

FGM
120
160
265
165
2856

FGA
259
370
514
373
710

Pct.
.463
.432
.516
.442
1516

FTM
93
55
107
122
.468

FTA
146
89
153
156
377

Pct.
.637
.618
.699
.782
544

Reb.
235
212
259
201
.693

Ast.
...
27
64
68
907

Pts.
333
375
637
452
159

AVERAGES
RPG APG PPG
14.7
... 20.8
8.5
1.1 15.0
8.9
2.2 22.0
7.7
2.6
17.4
1797
9.4
1.7

NBA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


Season Team
67-68San Diego
68-69San Diego
69-70San Diego
70-71Los Angeles

G
80
56
36

71-72Los Angeles

Min. FGM
1263 250
1027 202
474
75
54 506

REBOUNDS
FGA Pct. FTM FTA Pct. Off. Def. Tot. Ast.
660 .379 128 202 .634
...
... 177 138
498 .406
90 134 .672
...
... 112 136
180 .417
40 55 .727
...
... 57 85
105 254 .413 56 87 .644
...
... 54

67

926

72-73Los Angeles

55

801

167

390 .428

73-74Los Angeles

72 1361

287

667 .430

74-75Los Angeles

46 1016

219

523 .419

69

93 .742

25

60

85

75-76L.A.-Phoenix

62

117

301 .389

55

77 .714

16

34

50

813

197

441 .447

55

74 .743

...

... 127

65

82 .793

...

...

110 144 .764

38

90 128

65

Totals ................ 528 8187 1619 3914 .414 668 948 .705 79 184 855 913
Personal fouls/disqualifications: 1967-68, 205/1. 1968-69, 146/1. 1969-70, 68/0. 1970-71,
1973-74, 173/1. 1974-75, 128/0. 1975-76, 112/0. Totals, 1152/3.

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
628
2.2 1.7
7.9
494
2.0 2.4 8.8
190
1.6 2.4 5.3
... 266 1.0 1.3
4.9
75
...
...
... 449 1.9 1.1
6.7
81
...
...
... 399 1.2 1.5
7.3
148 54
3
... 684 1.8 2.1
9.5
121 36
4
... 507 1.8 2.6
11.0
57 22
6
... 289 0.8 0.9
4.7
112 13
... 3906
1.6 1.7
7.4
84/0. 1971-72, 110/0. 1972-73, 126/0.
St. Blk.
...
...
...
...
...
...
72
...

TO
...
...
...
...

St. Blk.

TO

NBA PLAYOFF RECORD


Season Team

Min. FGM

FGA

REBOUNDS
Pct. FTM FTA Pct. Off. Def. Tot. Ast.

33

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

68-69San Diego
70-71Los Angeles

76
7

16
135

37 .432
5
29
69 .420

71-72Los Angeles

15

244

33

72-73Los Angeles

53

27 .333

73-74Los Angeles

106

18

50 .360

4 .750

99 .333

6 .833
...
8
11 .727
12

16 .750
...

75-76Phoenix ....
5
27
6
15 .400
1
11.000
0
641
111
297 .374
29 38 .763
3
Totals ................ 44
Personal fouls/disqualifications: 1968-69, 13/0. 1970-71, 12/0. 1971-72,
86/0.

...
...

11
...

2
15

...
14

...
...

...
...

37
...

2.2
66

0.4
2.1

7.4
2.0
9.4
...
... 29 14
...
...
...
78 1.9 0.9
5.2
...
...
5
7
...
...
...
18 0.7 1.0
2.6
3
3
6 10
4
0
...
39 1.2 2.0
7.8
0
0
5
0
0
...
13
0.0 1.0 2.6
3 66 52
4
0
... 251
1.5 1.2 5.7
37/0. 1972-73, 10/0. 1973-74, 11/0. 1975-76, 3/0. Totals,

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Broadcaster, Los Angeles Lakers (1977-79) ... Assistant coach, Lakers (1979-80 to November 19, 1981) ...
Broadcaster, NBC television (1990-91) ... President, Miami Heat (1995-96 to present).
NBA COACHING RECORD
Season Team
81-82L.A. Lakers ......................................
82-83L.A. Lakers ......................................
83-84L.A. Lakers ......................................
84-85L.A. Lakers ......................................
85-86L.A. Lakers ......................................
86-87L.A. Lakers ......................................
87-88L.A. Lakers ......................................
88-89L.A. Lakers ......................................
89-90L.A. Lakers ......................................
91-92New York ..........................................
92-93New York..........................................
93-94New York..........................................
94-95New York..........................................
95-96Miami ..............................................
96-97Miami ..............................................
97-98Miami...............................................
98-99Miami ..............................................
99-00Miami ..............................................
00-01Miami ..............................................
01-02Miami ...............................................
02-03Miami ..............................................
05-06Miami ..............................................
06-07Miami ..............................................
Totals ........................................................

W
50
58
54
62
62
65
62
57
63
51
60
57
55
42
61
55
33
52
50
36
25
41
44
1195

L
21
24
28
20
20
17
20
25
19
31
22
25
27
40
21
27
17
30
32
46
57
20
38
627

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.704
1st/Pacific Division
.707
1st/Pacific Division
.659
1st/Pacific Division
.756
1st/Pacific Division
.756
1st/Pacific Division
.793
1st/Pacific Division
.756
1st/Pacific Division
.695
1st/Pacific Division
.768
1st/Pacific Division
.622
T1st/Atlantic Division
.732
1st/Atlantic Division
.695
1st/Atlantic Division
.671
2nd/Atlantic Division
.512
3rd/Atlantic Division
.744
1st/Atlantic Division
.671
1st/Atlantic Division
.660
T1st/Atlantic Division
.634
1st/Atlantic Division
.610
2nd/Atlantic Division
.439
6th/Atlantic Division
.305
7th/Atlantic Division
.672
1st/Southeast Division
.537
1st/Southeast Division
.656

W
12
8
14
15
8
15
15
11
4
6
9
14
6
0
8
2
2
6
0

16
0
171

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
2
.857
7
.533
7
.667
4
.789
6
.571
3
.833
9
.625
4
.733
5
.444
6
.500
6
.600
11
.560
5
.545
3
.000
9
.471
3
.400
3
.400
4
.600
3
.000

7
.696
4
.000
111
.606

NOTES:
81-82Replaced Paul Westhead as Los Angeles Lakers head coach (November 19), with a record of 7-4 and club in first place.
Defeated Phoenix,
4-0, in Western Conference semifinals; defeated San Antonio, 4-0, in Western Conference finals; defeated Philadelphia, 4-2,
in NBA Finals.
82-83Defeated Portland, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals; defeated San Antonio, 4-2, in Western Conference finals; lost to
Philadelphia,
4-0, in NBA Finals.
83-84Defeated Kansas City, 3-0, in Western Conference first round; defeated Dallas, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals;
defeated Phoenix,
4-2, in Western Conference finals; lost to Boston, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
84-85Defeated Phoenix, 3-0, in Western Conference first round; defeated Portland, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals;
defeated Denver, 4-1,
in Western Conference finals; defeated Boston, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
85-86Defeated San Antonio, 3-0, in Western Conference first round; defeated Dallas, 4-2, in Western Conference semifinals; lost
to Houston, 4-1,
in Western Conference finals.
86-87Defeated Denver, 3-0, in Western Conference first round; defeated Golden State, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals;
defeated Seattle,
4-0, in Western Conference finals; defeated Boston, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
87-88Defeated San Antonio, 3-0, in Western Conference first round; defeated Utah, 4-3, in Western Conference semifinals;
defeated Dallas, 4-3,
in Western Conference finals; defeated Detroit, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
88-89Defeated Portland, 3-0, in Western Conference first round; defeated Seattle, 4-0, in Western Conference semifinals; defeated Phoenix, 4-0,
in Western Conference finals; lost to Detroit, 4-0, in NBA Finals.
89-90Defeated Houston, 3-1, in Western Conference first round; lost to Phoenix, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals.
91-92Defeated Detroit, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Chicago, 4-3, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
92-93Defeated Indiana, 3-1, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated Charlotte, 4-1, in Eastern Conference semifinals; lost to
Chicago, 4-2, in
Eastern Conference finals.
93-94Defeated New Jersey, 3-1, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated Chicago, 4-3, in Eastern Conference semifinals;
defeated Indiana, 4-3, in Eastern Conference finals; lost to Houston, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
94-95Defeated Cleveland, 3-1, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Indiana, 4-3, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
95-96Lost to Chicago, 3-0, in Eastern Conference first round.
96-97Defeated Orlando, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated New York, 4-3, in Eastern Conference semifinals; lost to
Chicago, 4-1, in Eastern Conference finals.
97-98Lost to New York, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round.
98-99Lost to New York, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round.
99-00Defeated Detroit, 3-0, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to New York, 4-3, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
00-01Lost to Charlotte, 3-0, in Eastern Conference first round.
05-06Defeated Chicago, 4-2, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated New Jersey, 4-1, in Eastern Conference semifinals;

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defeated Detroit, 4-2, in Eastern Conference finals; defeated Dallas, 4-2, in Eastern Conference finals.
06-07Lost to Chicago, 4-2, in Eastern Conference first round.

SHUE, GENE
PERSONAL: Born December 18, 1931, in Baltimore. ... 6-2/175 (1,88/79,4).
COLLEGE: Maryland.
TRANSACTIONS: Selected by Philadelphia Warriors in first round (third pick overall) of 1954 NBA Draft. ... Contract
sold by Warriors to New York Knicks (November 29, 1954). ... Traded by Knicks to Fort Wayne Pistons for rights to G
Ron Sobieszcyk (April 30, 1956). ... Pistons moved from Fort Wayne to Detroit for 1957-58 season. ... Traded by Pistons
to Knicks for C Darrall Imhoff and cash (August 29, 1962). ... Traded by Knicks with C Paul Hogue to Baltimore Bullets
for G/F Bill McGill (October 30, 1963).
CAREER NOTES: General manager, Philadelphia 76ers (1990-91 and 1991-92). ... Director of player personnel, 76ers (1992-93 through 1996-97).
COLLEGIATE RECORD
G
14
22
23
30
75

Min.

FGM

FGA

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

...
91
176
237
504

...
243
375
469
1087

...
.374
.469
.505
.464

...
53
156
180
389

...
75
223
228
526

...
.707
.700
.789
.740

...
...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...
...

181
205
508
654
1367

...
...
...
...
...

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG
...
...
...
...
...

...
...
...
...
...

NBA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


HONORS: All-NBA first team (1960). ... All-NBA second team (1961).
Season Team
G
Min.
947
54-55Phil.-N.Y. ....................... 62
55-56New York ....................... 72 1750
56-57Fort Wayne.................... 72 2470
57-58Detroit ........................... 63 2333
58-59Detroit ........................... 72 2745
59-60Detroit ........................... 75 3338
60-61Detroit ........................... 78 3361
61-62Detroit ........................... 80 3143
62-63New York ....................... 78 2288
63-64Baltimore ...................... 47
963
Totals ...................................... 699 23338

FGM FGA Pct. FTM


100
289 .346
59
240
625 .384
181
273
710 .385
241
353
919 .384
276
464 1197 .388
338
620 1501 .413
472
650 1545 .421
465
580 1422 .408
362
354
894 .396
208
81
276 .293
36
3715 9378 .396 2638

FTA
78
237
316
327
421
541
543
447
302
61
3273

Pct.
.756
.764
.763
.844
.803
.872
.856
.810
.689
.590
.806

Reb. Ast. PF
154
89
64
212
179 111
421
238 137
333
172 150
335
231 129
409
295 146
334
530 207
372
465 192
191
259 171
94
150
98
2855 2608 1405

AVERAGES
Dq. Pts. RPG APG PPG
0
259 2.5 1.4 4.2
0
661 2.9 2.5 9.2
0
787 5.8 3.3 10.9
1
982 5.3 2.7 15.6
1 1266 4.7 3.2 17.6
2 1712 5.5 3.9 22.8
1 1765 4.3 6.8 22.6
1 1522 4.7 5.8 19.0
0
916 2.4 3.3 11.7
2
198 2.0 3.2 4.2
8 10068 4.1 3.7 14.4

Reb.
12
7
46
14
12
12
30
133

Dq.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

NBA PLAYOFF RECORD


Season Team
54-55New York .......................
56-57Fort Wayne....................
57-58Detroit ...........................
58-59Detroit ...........................
59-60Detroit ...........................
60-61Detroit ...........................
61-62Detroit ...........................
Totals ......................................

G
3
2
7
3
2
5
10
32

Min.
49
79
281
118
89
186
369
1171

FGM
8
14
45
28
15
35
62
207

FGA
17
27
123
60
38
72
151
488

Pct.
.471
.519
.366
.467
.395
.486
.411
.424

FTM
6
4
40
27
18
23
37
155

FTA Pct.
7 .857
41.000
43 .930
33 .818
20 .900
29 .793
48 .771
184 .842

Ast.
4
8
33
10
6
22
49
132

PF
5
3
15
7
5
11
29
75

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
22 4.0 1.3 7.3
32 3.5 4.0 16.0
130 6.6 4.7 18.6
83 4.7 3.3 27.7
48 6.0 3.0 24.0
93 2.4 4.4 18.6
161 3.0 4.9 16.1
569 4.2 4.1 17.8

NBA ALL-STAR GAME RECORD


Season Team
Min.
1958Detroit ....................... 25
1959Detroit ....................... 31
1960Detroit ....................... 34
1961Detroit ....................... 23
1962Detroit .......................
17
Totals ................................ 130

FGM
8
6
6
6
3
29

FGA
11
12
13
10
6
52

HONORS: NBA Coach of the Year (1969, 1982).

Season Team
66-67Baltimore .............................................
67-68Baltimore..............................................
68-69Baltimore .............................................
69-70Baltimore .............................................
70-71Baltimore .............................................
71-72Baltimore..............................................
72-73Baltimore .............................................
73-74Philadelphia .........................................
74-75Philadelphia .........................................
75-76Philadelphia .........................................
76-77Philadelphia .........................................
77-78Philadelphia .........................................
78-79San Diego ............................................
79-80San Diego ............................................
80-81Washington..........................................
81-82Washington ..........................................
82-83Washington..........................................
83-84Washington..........................................

Pct.
.727
.500
.462
.600
.500
.558

FTM
2
1
1
3
1
8

FTA
3
2
2
4
1
12

12.9
9.3
22.1
21.8
18.2

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

Season
Team
PPG
50-51Maryland .................
51-52Maryland ...................
52-53Maryland ...................
53-54Maryland ...................
Varsity totals.......................

Pct.
.667
.500
.500
.750
1.000
.667

Reb
2
4
6
3
5
20

Ast.
0
3
6
6
4
19

PF
3
4
0
1
3
11

Dq.
0
0
0
0
0
0

Pts.
18
13
13
15
7
66

HEAD COACHING RECORD

W
16
36
57
50
42
38
52
25
34
46
50
2
43
35
39
43
42
35

NBA COACHING RECORD


L
40
46
25
32
40
44
30
57
48
36
32
4
39
47
43
39
40
47

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.286
5th/Eastern Division
.439
6th/Eastern Division
.695
1st/Eastern Division
.610
3rd/Central Division
.512
1st/Central Division
.463
1st/Central Division
.634
1st/Central Division
.305
4th/Atlantic Division
.415
4th/Atlantic Division
.561
T2nd/Atlantic Division
.610
1st/Atlantic Division
.333
.524
5th/Pacific Division
.427
5th/Pacific Division
.476
4th/Atlantic Division
.524
4th/Atlantic Division
.512
5th/Atlantic Division
.427
5th/Atlantic Division

35

0
3
8
2
1

1
10

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

4
.000
4
.429
10
.444
4
.333
4
.200

2
.333
9
.526

.429

.250

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

84-85Washington..........................................
85-86Washington..........................................
87-88L.A. Clippers ........................................
88-89L.A. Clippers........................................
Totals (22 years) ............................................

40
32
17
10
784

42
37
65
28
861

.488
.464
.207
.263
.477

4th/Atlantic Division

.250

6th/Pacific Division

Totals (10 years)

30

47

.390

NOTES:
1966Replaced Mike Farmer (1-8) and Buddy Jeannette (3-13) as Baltimore head coach (December) with record of 4-21.
1969Lost to New York in Eastern Division Semifinals.
1970Lost to New York in Eastern Division Semifinals.
1971Defeated Philadelphia, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; defeated New York, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Finals;
lost to Milwaukee, 4-0, in NBA Finals.
1972Lost to New York in Eastern Conference Semifinals.
1973Lost to New York in Eastern Conference Semifinals.
1976Lost to Buffalo in Eastern Conference First Round.
1977Defeated Boston, 4-3, in Eastern Conference Semifinals; defeated Houston, 4-2, in Eastern Conference Finals; lost to
Portland, 4-2, in NBA Finals. Replaced as Philadelphia head coach by Billy Cunningham (November 4).
1982Defeated New Jersey, 2-0, in Eastern Conference First Round; lost to Boston, 4-1, in Eastern Conference Semifinals.
1984Lost to Boston in Eastern Conference First Round.
1985Lost to Philadelphia in Eastern Conference First Round.
1986Replaced as Washington head coach by Kevin Loughery (March 19).
1989Replaced as L.A. Clippers head coach by Don Casey (January 19).

SLOAN, JERRY
PERSONAL: Born March 28, 1942, in McLeansboro, Ill. ... 6-5/200. (1.96/90.7) ... Full name: Gerald Eugene
Sloan.
HIGH SCHOOL: McLeansboro (Ill.).
COLLEGE: Illinois, then Evansville.
TRANSACTIONS/CAREER NOTES: Selected by Baltimore Bullets in third round of 1964 NBA Draft ...
Selected by Bullets in second round of 1965 NBA Draft ... Selected by Chicago Bulls from Bullets in NBA
Expansion Draft (April 30, 1966).
NOTES: Left Illinois before 1961 basketball season ... Outstanding Player in NCAA College Division Tournament (1964, 1965).
... THE SPORTING NEWS All-America second team (1965).
HONORS: NBA All-Defensive first team (1969, 1972, 1974, 1975) ... NBA All-Defensive second team (1970, 1971) ... Elected
to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame (2009).`

COLLEGIATE RECORD
Season Team
61-62Evansville...................
62-63Evansville ..................
63-64Evansville ..................
64-65Evansville ..................
Totals ..................................
Year-Team
65-66 Baltimore
66-67 Chicago
67-68 Chicago
68-69 Chicago
69-70 Chicago
70-71 Chicago
71-72 Chicago
72-73 Chicago
73-74 Chicago
74-75 Chicago
75-76 Chicago

G
59
80
77
78
53
80
82
69
77
78
22

Min.

FGM

FGA

Pct.

27
29
29
85

...
...
...
...

152
160
207
519

446
385
458
1289

.341
.416
.452
.403

MIN FGM
952 120
2942 525
2454 369
2939 488
1822 310
3140 592
3035 535
2412 301
2860 412
2577 380
617
84

FGA
289
1214
959
1170
737
1342
1206
733
921
865
210

FTM
FTA
Pct.
Reb.
Ast.
Did not playtransfer student.
103
151 .682
293
...
84
114 .737
335
...
95
126 .754
425
...
282
391 .721 1053
...

NBA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD

PCT FG3M FG3A PCT FTM FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT RPG
.415
0
0
--98 139 .705
0
0 230 3.9
.432
0
0
--- 340 427 .796
0
0 726 9.1
.385
0
0
--- 289 386 .749
0
0 591 7.7
.417
0
0
--- 333 447 .745
0
0 619 7.9
.421
0
0
--- 207 318 .651
0
0 372 7.0
.441
0
0
--- 278 389 .715
0
0 701 8.8
.444
0
0
--- 258 391 .660
0
0 691 8.4
.411
0
0
--94 133 .707
0
0 475 6.9
.447
0
0
--- 194 273 .711 150 406 556 7.2
.439
0
0
--- 193 258 .748 177 361 538 6.9
.400
0
0
--55 78 .705 40 76 116 5.3

Pts.

RPG

407
404
509
1320

10.9
11.6
14.7
12.4

AST APG
110 1.9
170 2.1
229 3.0
276 3.5
165 3.1
281 3.5
211 2.6
151 2.2
149 1.9
161 2.1
22 1.0

AVERAGES
APG PPG
...
...
...
...

PF DQ STL BLK
176 7 0 0
293 7 0 0
291 11 0 0
313 6 0 0
179 3 0 0
289 5 0 0
309 8 0 0
235 5 0 0
273 3 183 10
265 5 171 17
77 1 27 5

15.1
13.9
17.6
15.5
PTS PPG
338 5.7
1390 17.4
1027 13.3
1309 16.8
827 15.6
1462 18.3
1328 16.2
696 10.1
1018 13.2
953 12.2
223 10.1

TOTALS
755 25750 4116 9646 .427
0
0
--- 2339 3239 .722 367 843 5615 7.4 1925 2.5 2700 61 381 32 10571 14.0
Personal fouls/disqualifications: 1965-66, 176/7. 1966-67, 293/7. 1967-68, 291/11. 1968-69, 313/6. 1969-70, 179/3. 1970-71, 289/5. 197172, 309/8. 1972-73, 235/5. 1973-74, 273/3. 1974-75, 265/5. 1975-76, 77/1. Totals, 2700/61.
Year-Team
65-66 Baltimore
66-67 Chicago
67-68 Chicago
69-70 Chicago
70-71 Chicago
71-72 Chicago
72-73 Chicago
73-74 Chicago
74-75 Chicago

G
2
2
5
5
7
4
7
6
13

MIN FGM
34
5
71
12
137
12
190
29
284
51
170
26
292
45
240
39
470
75

FGA
12
31
37
74
117
64
103
88
163

NBA PLAYOFF RECORD

PCT FG3M FG3A PCT FTM FTA PCT OFF DEF TOT RPG AST APG
.417
0
0
--3
4 .750
0
0 16 8.0
6 3.0
.387
0
0
--6
9 .667
0
0 10 5.0
1 0.5
.324
0
0
--19 25 .760
0
0 32 6.4 12 2.4
.392
0
0
--16 25 .640
0
0 39 7.8 11 2.2
.436
0
0
--17 23 .739
0
0 63 9.0 17 2.4
.406
0
0
--11 19 .579
0
0 35 8.8 10 2.5
.437
0
0
--14 19 .737
0
0 59 8.4 14 2.0
.443
0
0
--22 29 .759 18 44 62 10.3 12 2.0
.460
0
0
--20 36 .556 24 72 96 7.4 26 2.0

PF DQ STL BLK PTS PPG


6 1 0 0
13 6.5
7 0 0 0
30 15.0
19 0 0 0
43 8.6
18 0 0 0
74 14.8
25 1 0 0 119 17.0
18 1 0 0
63 15.8
31 1 0 0 104 14.9
17 0 7 1 100 16.7
46 0 20 0 170 13.1

TOTALS
51 1888 294
689 .427
0
0
--- 128 189 .677 42 116 412 8.1 109 2.1 187 4 27 1 716 14.0
Personal fouls/disqualifications: 1965-66, 6/1. 1966-67, 7/0. 1967-68, 19/0. 1969-70, 18/0. 1970-71, 25/1. 1971-72, 18/1. 1972-73, 31/1.
1973-74, 17/0. 1974-75, 46/0. Totals, 187/4.

NBA ALL-STAR GAME RECORD


Season Team
1967Chicago ............
1969Chicago ............

Min.
22
18

FGM
4
2

FGA
9
8

Pct. FTM
.444
0
.250
0

FTA
0
1

Pct.
...
.000

36

REBOUNDS
Off. Def. Tot.
...
...
4
...
...
3

Ast.
4
0

PF
5
5

Dq.
0
0

St.
...
...

Blk.
...
...

TO Pts.
...
8
...
4

Totals ........................

40

17

.353

.000

...

...

10

...

...

...

12

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Scout, Chicago Bulls (1976-77). ... Assistant coach, Bulls (1977-78 and 1978-79). ... Scout, Utah Jazz (198384). ... Head coach, Evansville Thunder of CBA (1984-November 19, 1984; no record). ... Assistant coach, Jazz (November 19,
1984-December 9, 1988).
NBA COACHING RECORD
W
30
45
19
40
55
54
55
47
53
60
55
64
62
37
55
53
44
47
42
26
41
51
54
48
53
31
1221

L
52
37
32
25
27
28
27
35
29
22
27
18
20
13
27
29
38
35
40
56
41
31
28
34
29
23
803

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.366
4th/Midwest Division
.549
2nd/Central Division
.373
.615
1st/Midwest Division
.671
2nd/Midwest Division
.659
2nd/Midwest Division
.671
1st/Midwest Division
.573
3rd/Midwest Division
.646
3rd/Midwest Division
.732
2nd/Midwest Division
.671
2nd/Midwest Division
.780
1st/Midwest Division
.756
1st/Midwest Division
.740
T1st/Midwest Division
.671
1st/Midwest Division
.646
2nd/Midwest Division
.537
4th/Midwest Division
.573
4th/Midwest Division
.512
7th/Midwest Division
.317
5th/Northwest Division
.500
2nd/Northwest Division
.622
1st/Northwest Division
.659
1st/Northwest Division
.585
3rd/Northwest Division
.646
2nd/Northwest Division
.574
.603

0
2
4
9
2
8
2
10
13
13
5
4
2
1
1

9
6
1
4
98

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

4
.333

3
.000
3
.400
5
.444
7
.563
3
.400
8
.500
3
.400
8
.556
7
.650
7
.650
6
.455
6
.400
3
.400
3
.250
4
.200

8
.529
6
.500
4
.200
6
.400
104

NOTES:

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

Season Team
79-80Chicago ...............................................
80-81Chicago ...............................................
81-82Chicago................................................
88-89Utah .....................................................
89-90Utah .....................................................
90-91Utah .....................................................
91-92Utah .....................................................
92-93Utah .....................................................
93-94Utah .....................................................
94-95Utah .....................................................
95-96Utah .....................................................
96-97Utah .....................................................
97-98Utah .....................................................
98-99Utah .....................................................
99-00Utah.....................................................
00-01Utah .....................................................
01-02Utah......................................................
02-03Utah .....................................................
03-04Utah .....................................................
04-05Utah .....................................................
05-06Utah .....................................................
06-07Utah .....................................................
07-08Utah .....................................................
08-09Utah .....................................................
09-10Utah .....................................................
10-11Utah......................................................
Totals.............................................................

.485

80-81Defeated New York, 2-0, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Boston, 4-0, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
81-82Replaced as Chicago head coach by Rod Thorn (February 17).
88-89Replaced retiring Utah head coach Frank Layden (December 9), with record of 11-6. Lost to Golden State, 3-0, in Western
Conference first round.
89-90Lost to Phoenix, 3-2, in Western Conference first round.
90-91Defeated Phoenix, 3-1, in Western Conference first round;lost to Portland, 4-1, in Western Conference.
91-92Defeated Los Angeles Clippers, 3-2, in Western Conference first round; defeated Seattle, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals;
lost to Portland,
4-2, in Western Conference finals.
92-93Lost to Seattle, 3-2, in Western Conference first round.
93-94Defeated San Antonio, 3-1, in Western Conference first round; defeated Denver, 4-3, in Western Conference semifinals; lost to
Houston, 4-1, in
Western Conference finals.
94-95Lost to Houston in Western Conference first round.
95-96Defeated Houston, 3-2, in Western Conference first round; defeated San Antonio, 4-2, in West Conference semifinals; lost to
Seattle, 4-3, in
Western Conference finals.
96-97Defeated Los Angeles Clippers, 3-0, in Western Conference first round; defeated Los Angeles Lakers, 4-1, in Western Conference
semifinals;
defeated Houston, 4-2, in Western Conference finals; lost to Chicago, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
97-98Defeated Houston, 3-2, in Western Conference first round; defeated San Antonio, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals; defeated
Los Angeles
Lakers, 4-0, in Western Conference finals; lost to Chicago, 4-2, in NBA Finals.
98-99Defeated Sacramento, 3-2, in Western Conference first round; lost to Portland, 4-2, in Western Conference semifinals.
99-00Defeated Seattle, 3-2, in Western Conference first round; lost to Portland, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals.
00-01Lost to Dallas, 3-2, in Western Conference first round.
01-02Lost to Sacremento, 3-1, in Western Conference first round.
02-03Lost to Sacramento, 4-1, in Western Conference first round.
06-07Defeated Houston, 4-3, in Western Conference first round; defeated Dallas, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals; lost to San
Antonio, 4-1, in Western Conference Finals
07-08Defeated Houston, 4-2, in Western Conference first round; lost to L.A. Lakers, 4-2, in Western Conference semifinals.
08-09Lost to the L.A. Lakers, 4-1, in the Western Conference first round.
09-10Defeated Denver, 4-2, in the Western Conference first round; lost to the L.A. Lakers, 4-0, in the Western Conference semifinals.

TOMJANOVICH, RUDY
PERSONAL: Born November 24, 1948, in Hamtramck, Mich. ... 6-8/220. (2,03/99,8). ... Full name: Rudolph
Tomjanovich. ... Name pronounced Tom-JOHN-a-vitch.
HIGH SCHOOL: Hamtramck (Mich.).
COLLEGE: Michigan.
TRANSACTIONS/CAREER NOTES: Selected by San Diego Rockets in first round (second pick overall) of
1970 NBA Draft. ... Rockets franchise moved from San Diego to Houston for 1971-72 season.
MISCELLANEOUS: Head coach of bronze-medal-winning 1998 USA Basketball World Championship Team. ... Head coach of
gold-medal-winning 2000 U.S. Olympic Team.

COLLEGIATE RECORD
NOTES: THE SPORTING NEWS All-America first team (1970). ... THE SPORTING NEWS All-America second team (1969).
AVERAGES

37

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

Season
Team
PPG
66-67Michigan .................
67-68Michigan....................
68-69Michigan ...................
69-70Michigan ...................
Varsity totals.......................

G
3
24
24
24
72

Min.

FGM

FGA

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

28
210
269
286
765

...
446
541
604
1591

...
.471
.497
.474
.481

6
49
79
150
278

15
78
131
200
409

.400
.628
.603
.750
.680

...
323
340
376
1039

...
...
...
...
...

62
469
617
722
1808

...
...
...
...
...

Pts. RPG

APG

...
13.5
14.2
15.7
14.4

20.7
19.5
25.7
30.1
25.1

NBA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


Season Team
70-71San Diego .....................
71-72Houston ........................
72-73Houston ........................

G
77
78
81

Min.
1062
2689
2972

FGM FGA
168
439
500 1010
655 1371

Pct.
.383
.495
.478

FTM
73
172
250

FTA
112
238
335

Pct.
.652
.723
.746

Reb.
381
923
938

...
...
...
...
...

AVERAGES
Ast.
73
117
178

PF
124
193
225

Dq.
0
2
1

Pts. RPG APG PPG


409 4.9 0.9 5.3
1172 11.8 1.5 15.0
1560 11.6 2.2 19.3

REBOUNDS
AVERAGES
Team
G Min. FGM FGA Pct. FTM FTA Pct. Off. Def. Tot. Ast. St. Blk.
TO Pts. RPG APG
Season
PPG
... 1961
9.0 3.1 24.5
73-74Houston .... 80 3227 788 1470 .536 385 454 .848 230 487 717 250 89 66
74-75Houston .... 81 3134 694 1323 .525 289 366 .790 184 429 613 236 76 24
... 1677
7.6 2.9 20.7
75-76Houston .... 79 2912 622 1202 .517 221 288 .767 167 499 666 188 42 19
... 1465
8.4 2.4 18.5
76-77Houston .... 81 3130 733 1437 .510 287 342 .839 172 512 684 172 57 27
... 1753
8.4 2.1 21.6
77-78Houston...... 23
849 217
447 .485
61 81 .753 40
98 138 32 15
5
38
495
6.0 1.4 21.5
78-79Houston .... 74 2641 620 1200 .517 168 221 .760 170 402 572 137 44 18 138 1408
7.7 1.9 19.0
79-80Houston .... 62 1834 370
778 .476 118 147 .803 132 226 358 109 32 10
98
880
5.8 1.8 14.2
80-81Houston .... 52 1264 263
563 .467
65 82 .793 78 130 208 81 19
6
58
603
4.0 1.6 11.6
...
... 6198 1573 374 175 332 13383
8.1 2.0 17.4
Totals.................. 768 25714 5630 11240 .501 2089 2666 .784
Three-point field goals: 1979-80, 22-for-79 (.278). 1980-81, 12-for-51 (.235). Totals, 34-for-130 (.262).
Personal fouls/disqualifications: 1973-74, 230/0. 1974-75, 230/1. 1975-76, 206/1. 1976-77, 198/1. 1977-78, 63/0. 1978-79, 186/0. 197980, 161/2. 1980-81, 121/0. Totals, 1937/8.

NBA PLAYOFF RECORD


REBOUNDS
Team
G Min. FGM FGA Pct. FTM FTA Pct. Off. Def. Tot. Ast. St. Blk.
Season
PPG
74-75Houston ....
8
304
72
128 .563
40 48 .833 22
42 64 23
1
4
...
76-77Houston .... 12
457 107
212 .505
29 37 .784 24
41 65 24
7
3
...
78-79Houston ....
2
64
9
23 .391
2
5 .400
7
7
14
2
1
1
1
79-80Houston ....
7
185
24
64 .375
9
13 .692 12
28 40 10
2
0
14
80-81Houston ....
8
31
1
9 .111
4
6 .667
2
4
6
0
0
0
2
Totals.................. 37 1041 213
436 .489
84 109 .771 67 122 189 59 11
8
17
Three-point field goals: 1979-80, 1-for-7 (.143). 1980-81, 0-for-3. Totals, 1-for-10 (.100).
Personal fouls/disqualifications: 1974-75, 17/0. 1976-77, 36/0. 1978-79, 1/0. 1979-80, 21/1. 1980-81, 3/0. Totals,

TO

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG

184
243
20
58
6
511

8.0
5.4
7.0
5.7
0.8
5.1

2.9
2.0
1.0
1.4
0.0
1.6

23.0
20.3
10.0
8.3
0.8
13.8

Blk.
0
0
0
1
0
1

TO Pts.
...
4
...
0
...
2
...
6
0
12
0
24

78/1.

NBA ALL-STAR GAME RECORD


Season Team
1974Houston ............
1975Houston ............
1976Houston ............
1977Houston ............
1979Houston ............
Totals ........................

Min.
17
14
12
22
24
89

FGM
2
0
1
3
6
12

FGA
5
3
2
9
13
32

Pct. FTM
.400
0
.000
0
.500
0
.333
0
.462
0
.375
0

FTA
0
0
0
0
0
0

Pct.
...
...
...
...
...
...

REBOUNDS
Off. Def. Tot.
2
3
5
1
2
3
1
2
3
2
8
10
4
2
6
10
17
27

Ast.
0
0
0
1
1
2

PF
1
3
2
1
2
9

Dq.
0
0
0
0
0
0

St.
0
0
0
1
0
1

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Scout, Houston Rockets (1981-82 and 1982-83). ... Assistant coach, Rockets (1983-84 to February 18, 1992).
NBA COACHING RECORD
Season Team
91-92Houston ...............................................
92-93Houston ...............................................
93-94Houston ...............................................
94-95Houston ...............................................
95-96Houston ...............................................

W
16
55
58
47
48

L
14
27
24
35
34

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.533
3rd/Midwest Division
.671
1st/Midwest Division
.707
1st/Midwest Division
.573
3rd/Midwest Division
.585
2nd/Midwest Division

Season Team
96-97Houston ...............................................
97-98Houston ...............................................
98-99Houston ...............................................
99-00Houston...............................................
00-01Houston ...............................................
01-02Houston................................................
02-03Houston ...............................................
04-05Los Angeles Lakers .............................
Totals (13 years) ............................................

W
57
41
31
34
45
28
43
24
527

L
25
41
19
48
37
54
39
19
416

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.695
2nd/Midwest Division
.500
4th/Midwest Division
.620
3rd/Midwest Division
.415
6th/Midwest Division
.549
5th/Midwest Division
.341
5th/Midwest Division
.524
5th/Midwest Division
.558
.559

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP RECORD


REGULAR SEASON

38

6
15
15
3

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

6
.500
8
.652
7
.682
5
.375

W
9
2
1

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
7
.563
3.400
3
.250

Totals (7 years) ..... 51

39

.567

Season Team
1998Team USA..............................................

W
7

L
2

Pct.
.778

Finish
Bronze medal

OLYMPIC RECORD
Season Team
2000Team USA .............................................

W
8

L
0

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
1.000
Gold medal

VAN GUNDY, JEFF


PERSONAL: Born January 19, 1962, in Hemet, Calif.
COLLEGE: Nazareth (Rochester, N.Y.).

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

NOTES:
1992Replaced Don Chaney as Houston head coach (February 18), with record of 26-26 and club in third place.
1993Defeated L.A. Clippers, 3-2, in Western Conference first round; lost to Seattle, 4-3, in Western Conference semifinals.
1994Defeated Portland, 3-1, in Western Conference first round; defeated Phoenix, 4-3, in Western Conference semifinals;
defeated Utah, 4-1, in Western Conference finals; defeated New York, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
1995Defeated Utah, 3-2, in Western Conference first round, defeated Phoenix, 4-3, in Western Conference semifinals;
defeated San
Antonio, 4-2, in Western Conference finals; defeated Orlando, 4-0, in NBA
Finals.
1996Defeated Los Angeles Lakers, 3-1, in Western Conference first round; lost to Seattle, 4-0, in Western Conference semifinals.
1997Defeated Minnesota, 3-0, in Western Conference first round; defeated Seattle, 4-3, in Western Conference semifinals;
lost to Utah,
4-2, in Western Conference finals.
1998Lost to Utah in Western Conference first round.
1999Lost to Los Angeles Lakers in Western Conference first round.
2005Stepped down as Los Angeles head coach (February 2); replaced by Frank Hamblen with team in third place.

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Head coach, McQuaid Jesuit (Rochester, N.Y.) High School (1985-86). ... Graduate
assistant, Providence College (1986-87). ... Assistant coach, Providence (1987-88). ... Assistant coach,
Rutgers University (1988-89). ... Assistant coach, New York Knicks (1989-90 to March 8, 1996).
NBA COACHING RECORD
Season Team
95-96New York..........................................
96-97New York..........................................
97-98N.Y. Knicks ......................................
98-99N.Y. Knicks ......................................
99-00N.Y. Knicks ......................................
00-01N.Y. Knicks ......................................
01-02N.Y. Knicks.......................................
03-04Houston...........................................
04-05Houston...........................................
05-06Houston...........................................
06-07Houston...........................................
Totals ........................................................

W
13
57
43
27
50
48
10
45
51
34
52
430

L
10
25
29
23
32
34
9
37
31
48
30
318

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.565
2nd/Atlantic Division
.695
2nd/Atlantic Division
.597
2nd/Atlantic Division
.540
4th/Atlantic Division
.610
2nd/Atlantic Division
.585
3rd/Atlantic Division
.526
.549
5th/Midwest Division
.622
3rd/Southwest Division
.415
5th/Southwest Division
.634
.575

NOTES:

W
4
6
4
12
9
2

1
3

3
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PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.
4
.500
4
.600
6
.400
8
.600
7
.563
3
.400

4
.200
4
.429

4
.429
44
.500

95-96Replaced Don Nelson as New York Knicks head coach (March 8), with record of 34-26 and club in second place. Defeated
Cleveland, 3-0,
in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Chicago, 4-1, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
96-97Defeated Charlotte, 3-0, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Miami, 4-3, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
97-98Defeated Miami, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Indiana, 4-1, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
98-99Defeated Miami, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated Atlanta, 4-0, in Eastern Conference semifinals; defeated
Indiana, 4-2, in
Eastern Conference finals; lost to San Antonio, 4-1, in NBA Finals.
99-00Defeated Toronto, 3-0, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated Miami, 4-3, in Eastern Conference semifinals; lost to
Indiana, 4-2, in
Eastern Conference finals.
00-01Lost to Toronto, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round.
01-02Replaced by Don Chaney as New York head coach (December 10) with record of 10-9 and club in third place.
03-04Lost to Los Angeles Lakers, 4-1, in Western Conference first round.
04-05Lost to Dallas, 4-3, in Western Conference first round.

WILKENS, LENNY
PERSONAL: Born October 28, 1937, in Brooklyn, N.Y. ... 6-1/180 (1,85/81,6). ... Full name: Leonard Randolph
Wilkens.
HIGH SCHOOL: Boys (Brooklyn, N.Y.).
COLLEGE: Providence.
TRANSACTIONS/CAREER NOTES: Selected by St. Louis Hawks in first round of 1960 NBA Draft. ... Hawks
franchise moved from St. Louis to Atlanta for 1968-69 season. ... Traded by Hawks to Seattle SuperSonics for G Walt Hazzard
(October 12, 1968). ... Player/head coach, SuperSonics (1969-70 through 1971-72). ... Traded by SuperSonics with F Barry
Clemens to Cleveland Cavaliers for G Butch Beard (August 23, 1972). ... Playing rights transferred from Cavaliers to Portland
Trail Blazers for cash (October 7, 1974).
CAREER NOTES: Director of player personnel, SuperSonics (May 13-November 1977). ... Vice president/general manager,
SuperSonics (1985-86) ... Vice Chairman and President of Basketball Operations, SuperSonics (2006-07).

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CAREER HONORS: Elected to Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as player (1988) and head coach (1998). ... One of
the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History (1996). ... One of the Top 10 Coaches in NBA History (1996).
MISCELLANEOUS: Head coach, 1996 gold medal-winning U.S. Olympic Team.

COLLEGIATE RECORD
NOTES: THE SPORTING NEWS All-America second team (1960).
Season
Team
PPG
56-57Providence ..............
57-58Providence ................
58-59Providence ................
59-60Providence ................
Varsity totals.......................

G
23
24
27
29
80

Min.

FGM

FGA

Pct.

FTM

FTA

Pct.

Reb.

Ast.

...
137
167
157
461

...
316
390
362
1068

...
.434
.428
.434
.432

...
84
89
98
271

...
130
144
140
414

...
.646
.618
.700
.655

...
190
188
205
583

...
...
...
...
...

488
358
423
412
1193

...
...
...
...
...

NBA REGULAR-SEASON RECORD


Season Team
60-61St. Louis........................
61-62St. Louis ........................
62-63St. Louis........................
63-64St. Louis........................
64-65St. Louis........................
65-66St. Louis........................
66-67St. Louis........................
67-68St. Louis ........................
68-69Seattle...........................
69-70Seattle...........................
70-71Seattle...........................
71-72Seattle ...........................
72-73Cleveland ......................

G
75
20
75
78
78
69
78
82
82
75
71
80
75

Min.
1898
870
2569
2526
2854
2692
2974
3169
3463
2802
2641
2989
2973

Team
G
Season
PPG
73-74Cleveland .. 74 2483
74-75Portland...... 65 1161
Totals.................. 1077 38064
Personal fouls/disqualifications:

Min.

FGM
333
140
333
334
434
411
448
546
644
448
471
479
572

FGA
783
364
834
808
1048
954
1036
1246
1462
1066
1125
1027
1275

Pct.
.425
.385
.399
.413
.414
.431
.432
.438
.441
.420
.419
.466
.449

FTM
214
84
222
270
416
422
459
546
547
438
461
480
394

FTA
300
110
319
365
558
532
583
711
710
556
574
620
476

Pct.
.713
.764
.696
.740
.746
.793
.787
.768
.770
.788
.803
.774
.828

Reb.
335
131
403
335
365
322
412
438
511
378
319
338
346

Ast.
212
116
381
359
431
429
442
679
674
*683
654
*766
628

REBOUNDS
FGM FGA Pct. FTM FTA Pct. Off. Def. Tot. Ast.

462
994 .465 289 361 .801 80 197 277 522 97
134
305 .439 152 198 .768 38
82 120 235 77
6189 14327 .432 5394 6973 .774
...
... 5030 7211 174
1973-74, 165/2. 1974-75, 96/1. Totals, 3285/63.

PF
215
63
256
287
283
248
280
255
294
212
201
209
221
St.

Dq.
5
0
6
7
7
4
6
3
8
5
3
4
2
Blk.

G
12
11
12
4
10
9
6
64

Min.
437
400
413
147
391
378
237
2403

FGM
63
57
64
20
57
58
40
359

FGA
166
154
143
57
143
145
91
899

Pct.
.380
.370
.448
.351
.399
.400
.440
.399

FTM
44
37
44
24
57
77
30
313

FTA
58
49
58
29
83
90
40
407

Pct.
.759
.755
.759
.828
.687
.856
.750
.769

Reb.
72
69
60
12
54
68
38
373

Ast.
42
69
64
15
70
65
47
372

...
7.9
7.0
7.1
7.3

...
...
...
...
...

21.2
14.9
15.7
14.2
14.9

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
880 4.5 2.8 11.7
364 6.6 5.8 18.2
888 5.4 5.1 11.8
938 4.3 4.6 12.0
1284 4.7 5.5 16.5
1244 4.7 6.2 18.0
1355 5.3 5.7 17.4
1638 5.3 8.3 20.0
1835 6.2 8.2 22.4
1334 5.0 9.1 17.8
1403 4.5 9.2 19.8
1438 4.2 9.6 18.0
1538 4.6 8.4 20.5
AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG

TO

17
9
26

... 1213
...
420
... 17772

PF
51
51
42
14
43
34
23
258

Dq.
4
2
0
0
0
0
1
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NBA PLAYOFF RECORD


Season Team
60-61St. Louis........................
62-63St. Louis........................
63-64St. Louis........................
64-65St. Louis........................
65-66St. Louis........................
66-67St. Louis........................
67-68St. Louis ........................
Totals ......................................

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG

3.7
1.8
4.7

7.1 16.4
3.6 6.5
6.7 16.5

AVERAGES
Pts. RPG APG PPG
170 6.0 3.5 14.2
151 6.3 6.3 13.7
172 5.0 5.3 14.3
64 3.0 3.8 16.0
171 5.4 7.0 17.1
193 7.6 7.2 21.4
110 6.3 7.8 18.3
1031 5.8 5.8 16.1

NBA ALL-STAR GAME RECORD


NOTES: NBA All-Star Game Most Valuable Player (1971).
Season Team
Min.
1963St. Louis ................... 25
1964St. Louis ...................
14
1965St. Louis ................... 20
1967St. Louis ...................
16
1968St. Louis ................... 22
1969Seattle ...................... 24
1970Seattle ......................
17
1971Seattle ...................... 20
1973Cleveland.................. 24
Totals ................................ 182

FGM
2
1
2
2
4
3
5
8
3
30

FGA
7
5
6
6
10
15
7
11
8
75

Pct.
.286
.200
.333
.333
.400
.200
.714
.727
.375
.400

FTM
0
1
4
2
6
4
2
5
1
25

FTA
1
1
4
3
8
5
3
5
2
32

Pct.
.000
1.000
1.000
.667
.750
.800
.667
1.000
.500
.781

Reb
2
0
3
2
3
7
2
1
2
22

Ast.
3
0
3
6
3
5
4
1
1
26

PF
0
3
3
2
1
3
1
1
1
15

Dq.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Pts.
4
3
8
6
14
10
12
21
7
85

HEAD COACHING RECORD


BACKGROUND: Player/head coach, Seattle SuperSonics (1969-70 through 1971-72). ... Player/head coach, Portland Trail
Blazers (1974-75). ... Head coach/director of player personnel, SuperSonics (November 1977 through 1984-85). ... Assistant
coach, U.S. Olympic team (1992).
HONORS: NBA Coach of the Year (1994). ... One of the Top 10 Coaches in NBA History (1996).
RECORDS: Holds NBA career record for most wins1,332.
NBA COACHING RECORD
Season Team
69-70Seattle .................................................
70-71Seattle .................................................
71-72Seattle ..................................................
74-75Portland ...............................................
75-76Portland ...............................................
77-78Seattle ..................................................

W
36
38
47
38
37
42

L
46
44
35
44
45
18

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
.439
5th/Western Division
.463
4th/Pacific Division
.573
3rd/Pacific Division
.463
3rd/Pacific Division
.451
5th/Pacific Division
.700
3rd/Pacific Division

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PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

9
.591

52
56
34
52
48
42
31
31
42
57
42
33
57
54
57
42
46
56
50
31
28
47
42
24
23
17
1332

30
26
48
30
34
40
51
51
40
25
40
49
25
28
25
40
36
26
32
19
54
35
40
58
19
22
1155

.634
.683
.415
.634
.585
.512
.378
.378
.512
.695
.512
.402
.695
.659
.695
.512
.561
.683
.610
.620
.341
.573
.512
.293
.548
.294
.536

1st/Pacific Division
2nd/Pacific Division
6th/Pacific Division
2nd/Pacific Division
3rd/Pacific Division
3rd/Pacific Division
4th/Pacific Division
6th/Central Division
T4th/Central Division
2nd/Central Division
T4th/Central Division
6th/Central Division
2nd/Central Division
2nd/Central Division
1st/Central Division
5th/Central Division
4th/Central Division
2nd/Central Division
4th/Central Division
2nd/Central Division
7th/Central Division
2nd/Central Division
T3rd/Central Division
7th/Central Division
3rd/Atlantic Division

12
7

3
0
2

2
2
2

9
3
5
0
4
4
1
3

6
2

5
8

5
2
3

3
3
3

8
6
6
3
6
6
3
6

6
3

.706
.467

.375
.000
.400

.400
.400
.400

.529
.333
.455
.000
.400
.400
.250
.333

.500
.400

.000

Totals (20 years) ... 80

98

.450

OLYMPIC RECORD
Season Team
1996Team USA..............................................

W
8

L
0

REGULAR SEASON
Pct.
Finish
1.000
Gold medal

NOTES:

ALL-TIME GREAT COACHES

78-79Seattle .................................................
79-80Seattle .................................................
80-81Seattle .................................................
81-82Seattle ..................................................
82-83Seattle .................................................
83-84Seattle .................................................
84-85Seattle .................................................
86-87Cleveland .............................................
87-88Cleveland .............................................
88-89Cleveland .............................................
89-90Cleveland .............................................
90-91Cleveland .............................................
91-92Cleveland .............................................
92-93Cleveland .............................................
93-94Atlanta .................................................
94-95Atlanta .................................................
95-96Atlanta .................................................
96-97Atlanta .................................................
97-98Atlanta..................................................
98-99Atlanta .................................................
99-00Atlanta .................................................
00-01Toronto.................................................
01-02Toronto .................................................
02-03Toronto.................................................
03-04New York ..............................................
04-05New York ..............................................
Totals (32 years) ............................................

PLAYOFFS
L
Pct.

1977Replaced Bob Hopkins as Seattle head coach (November), with record of 5-17.
1978Defeated Los Angeles Lakers, 2-1, in Western Conference first round; defeated Portland, 4-2, in Western Conference semifinals;
defeated Denver, 4-2, in Western Conference finals; lost to Washington, 4-3, in NBA Finals.
1979Defeated Los Angeles Lakers, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals; defeated Phoenix, 4-3, in Western Conference finals; defeated Washington, 4- ......1, in NBA Finals.
1980Defeated Portland, 2-1, in Western Conference first round; defeated Milwaukee, 4-3, in Western Conference semifinals; lost to Los
Angeles Lakers, 4-1, in Western Conference finals.
1982Defeated Houston, 2-1, in Western Conference first round; lost to San Antonio, 4-1, in Western Conference semifinals.
1983Lost to Portland in Western Conference first round.
1984Lost to Dallas in Western Conference first round.
1988Lost to Chicago in Eastern Conference first round.
1989Lost to Chicago in Eastern Conference first round.
1990Lost to Philadelphia in Eastern Conference first round.
1992Defeated New Jersey, 3-1, in Eastern Conference first round; defeated Boston, 4-3, in Eastern Conference semifinals; lost to
Chicago, 4-2, in Eastern Conference finals.
1993Defeated New Jersey, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Chicago, 4-0, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
1994Defeated Miami, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Indiana, 4-2, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
1995Lost to Indiana in Eastern Conference first round.
1996Defeated Indiana, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Orlando, 4-1, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
Team USA defeated Argentina, 96-68; Angola, 87-54; Lithuania, 104-82; China, 133-70; and Croatia, 102-71, in preliminary round.
Defeated Brazil, 98-75, in medal round quarterfinals; defeated Australia, 101-73, in semifinals; defeated Yugoslavia, 95-69, in goldmedal game.
1997Defeated Detroit, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Chicago, 4-1, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
1998Lost to Charlotte in Eastern Conference first round.
1999Defeated Detroit, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to New York, 4-0, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
2001Defeated New York, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round; lost to Philadelphia, 4-3, in Eastern Conference semifinals.
2002Lost to Detroit, 3-2, in Eastern Conference first round.
2004Replaced Don Chaney as New York head coach (January 14) with record of 15-24 and club in fifth place. Lost to New Jersey, 4-0,
in Eastern Conference first round.
2005Stepped down as New York head coach (January 22); replaced by Herb Williams with team in third place.

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