List of National Basketball Association head coaches with 400 games coached

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Don Nelson leads the NBA for the most regular season game wins.

The National Basketball Association (NBA) is a major professional basketball league in North America. It was founded in 1946 as the Basketball Association of America (BAA).[1] The league adopted its current name at the start of the 1949–50 season when it merged with the National Basketball League (NBL).[2] The league consists of 30 teams, of which 29 are located in the United States and one in Canada.

In the NBA, a head coach is the highest ranking coach of a coaching staff. They typically hold a more public profile and are paid more than the assistant coaches. Lenny Wilkens has coached the most regular season games. He has coached 2,487 games with six teams in 32 seasons. Don Nelson, has won the most regular season games and also coached the second most regular season games after Wilkens. He has coached 2,398 games and has won 1,335 games with four teams in 31 seasons. Bill Fitch, Jerry Sloan and Larry Brown are the only other coaches who have coached more than 2,000 regular season games. 23 other head coaches have coached more than 1,000 regular season games. Two of those coaches, Gregg Popovich and Al Attles, have spent their entire coaching career with one team. Popovich has coached 1,738 games with the San Antonio Spurs in his 22-year career, while Attles has coached 1,075 games with the Warriors franchise in his 14-year career. Jerry Sloan has coached 1,809 regular season games, the most games coached with one team, during his 23-year career with the Utah Jazz. Larry Brown has coached 9 different teams, the highest number of teams coached among the head coaches.[3]

Former Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers head coach, Phil Jackson, won 11 NBA championships, the most in NBA history. He is the only coach who has won multiple championships with multiple teams. He won six titles with the Bulls and five titles with the Lakers. He also leads the NBA for the most postseason games coached and the most postseason wins. Red Auerbach won nine championships with the Boston Celtics. He won his first title in 1957 before winning eight consecutive titles from 1959 to 1966. John Kundla, Pat Riley and current Spurs head coach, Popovich, each won five championships. Popovich won all of his titles coaching the Spurs as Kundla won all of his titles with the Lakers, while Riley won four titles with the Lakers and one with the Miami Heat. Nelson, Popovich and Riley each won the Coach of the Year Award three times, while Fitch, Hubie Brown, Mike D'Antoni, Cotton Fitzsimmons and Gene Shue have each won it twice. 21 NBA head coaches, Auerbach, Larry Brown, Jackson, Kundla, Nelson, Riley, Sloan, Wilkens, John Calipari, Chuck Daly, Alex Hannum, Tom Heinsohn, Red Holzman, Alvin Julian, Bobby Leonard, Ken Loeffler, Frank McGuire, Rick Pitino, Jack Ramsay, Bill Sharman and Jerry Tarkanian, have been inducted to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as a coach.[4] Auerbach, Daly, Fitch, Holzman, Jackson, Kundla, Nelson, Ramsay, Riley and Wilkens were named in the list of Top 10 Coaches in NBA History announced at the league's 50th anniversary in 1996.[5]

This list includes all head coaches who have coached at least 400 games in the NBA or BAA. The list does not include games in the American Basketball Association (ABA) for head coaches who coached in the ABA prior to the ABA–NBA merger.

Key[edit]

Yrs Number of years coached
GC Games coached
W Wins
L Losses
Win% Winning percentage
^ Denotes coach who is currently coaching an NBA team
* Elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as a coach
*^ Active NBA coach who has been elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

List[edit]

Note: Statistics are correct through the end of the 2017–18 season.

Coach Team(s) coached (years)[a] Yrs GC W L Win% GC W L Win% Championships won [b] Coach of the Year award(s) won[a] Ref.
Regular season Playoffs
Rick Adelman  • Portland Trail Blazers (19891994)
 • Golden State Warriors (19961997)
 • Sacramento Kings (19982006)
 • Houston Rockets (20072011)
 • Minnesota Timberwolves (20112014)
23 1,791 1,042 749 .582 157 79 78 .503 None None [6]
Stan Albeck  • Cleveland Cavaliers (1979–1980)
 • San Antonio Spurs (19801983)
 • New Jersey Nets (19831985)
 • Chicago Bulls (1985–1986)
7 574 307 267 .535 44 18 26 .409 None None [7]
Al Attles  • San Francisco / Golden State Warriors (19701982) 14 1,075 557 518 .518 61 31 30 .508 1 (1975) None [8]
Red Auerbach*  • Washington Capitols (19461949)
 • Tri-Cities Blackhawks (1949–1950)
 • Boston Celtics (19501966)
20 1,417 938 479 .662 168 99 69 .589 9 (1957, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966) 1 (1965) [9]
Bernie Bickerstaff  • Seattle SuperSonics (19851989, 1989–1990)
 • Denver Nuggets (19951996)
 • Washington Bullets / Wizards (19971999)
 • Charlotte Bobcats (20042007)
 • Los Angeles Lakers (2012)
14 937 419 518 .447 33 12 21 .364 None None [10]
Allan Bristow  • Charlotte Hornets (19911996) 5 410 207 203 .505 13 5 8 .385 None None [11]
Scott Brooks^  • Oklahoma City Thunder (20082015)
 • Washington Wizards (2016–present)
9 709 430 279 .606 92 48 44 .522 None 1 (2010) [12]
Brett Brown^  • Philadelphia 76ers (2013–present) 5 410 127 283 .310 10 5 5 .500 None None [13]
Hubie Brown  • Atlanta Hawks (19761981)
 • New York Knicks (19821986)
 • Memphis Grizzlies (20022004)
13 919 424 495 .461 38 14 24 .368 None 2 (1978, 2004) [14]
Larry Brown*  • Denver Nuggets (19761979)
 • New Jersey Nets (19811983)
 • San Antonio Spurs (19881992)
 • Los Angeles Clippers (19921993)
 • Indiana Pacers (19931997)
 • Philadelphia 76ers (19972003)
 • Detroit Pistons (20032005)
 • New York Knicks (2005–2006)
 • Charlotte Bobcats (20082010)
26 2,002 1,098 904 .548 193 100 93 .518 1 (2004) 1 (2001) [15]
Mike Brown  • Cleveland Cavaliers (20052010, 2013–2014)
 • Los Angeles Lakers (20112012)
8 563 347 216 .616 83 47 36 .566 None 1 (2009) [16]
Mike Budenholzer^  • Atlanta Hawks (20132018)
 • Milwaukee Bucks (2018–present)
5 410 213 197 .520 39 17 22 .436 None 1 (2015) [17]
P. J. Carlesimo  • Portland Trail Blazers (19941997)
 • Golden State Warriors (19971999)
 • Seattle SuperSonics / Oklahoma City Thunder (20072008)
 • Brooklyn Nets (2012–2013)
9 554 239 315 .431 19 6 13 .316 None None [18]
Rick Carlisle^  • Detroit Pistons (20012003)
 • Indiana Pacers (20032007)
 • Dallas Mavericks (2008–present)
16 1,296 718 578 .554 120 58 62 .483 1 (2011) 1 (2002) [19]
Dwane Casey^  • Minnesota Timberwolves (20052007)
 • Toronto Raptors (20112018)
 • Detroit Pistons (2018–present)
9 680 373 307 .549 51 21 30 .412 None 1 (2018) [20]
Al Cervi  • Syracuse Nationals (19491956)
 • Philadelphia Warriors (1958–1959)
9 567 326 241 .575 59 33 26 .559 1 (1955) None [21]
Don Chaney  • Los Angeles Clippers (19851987)
 • Houston Rockets (19881992)
 • Detroit Pistons (19931995)
 • New York Knicks (20012004)
12 831 337 494 .406 11 2 9 .182 None 1 (1991) [22]
Maurice Cheeks  • Portland Trail Blazers (20012004)
 • Philadelphia 76ers (20052008)
 • Detroit Pistons (2013–2014)
9 620 305 315 .492 16 5 11 .313 None None [23]
Steve Clifford^  • Charlotte Bobcats / Hornets (20132018)
 • Orlando Magic (2018–present)
5 410 196 214 .478 11 3 8 .273 None None [24]
Doug Collins  • Chicago Bulls (19861989)
 • Detroit Pistons (19951998)
 • Washington Wizards (20012003)
 • Philadelphia 76ers (20102013)
11 849 442 407 .521 56 23 33 .411 None None [25]
Larry Costello  • Milwaukee Bucks (19681976)
 • Chicago Bulls (1978–1979)
10 730 430 300 .589 60 37 23 .617 1 (1971) None [26]
Billy Cunningham  • Philadelphia 76ers (19771985) 8 650 454 196 .698 105 66 39 .629 1 (1983) None [27]
Mike D'Antoni^  • Denver Nuggets (1998–1999)
 • Phoenix Suns (20032008)
 • New York Knicks (20082012)
 • Los Angeles Lakers (20122014)
 • Houston Rockets (2016–present)
14 1,045 575 470 .550 87 43 44 .494 None 2 (2005, 2017) [28]
Chuck Daly*  • Cleveland Cavaliers (1981–1982)
 • Detroit Pistons (19831992)
 • New Jersey Nets (19921994)
 • Orlando Magic (19971999)
14 1,075 638 437 .593 126 75 51 .595 2 (1989, 1990) None [29]
Mike Dunleavy  • Los Angeles Lakers (19901992)
 • Milwaukee Bucks (19921994)
 • Portland Trail Blazers (19972001)
 • Los Angeles Clippers (20032010)
17 1,329 613 716 .461 71 38 33 .535 None 1 (1999) [30]
Bill Fitch  • Cleveland Cavaliers (19701979)
 • Boston Celtics (19791983)
 • Houston Rockets (19831988)
 • New Jersey Nets (19891992)
 • Los Angeles Clippers (19941998)
25 2,050 944 1,106 .460 109 55 54 .505 1 (1981) 2 (1976, 1980) [31]
Cotton Fitzsimmons  • Phoenix Suns (19701972, 19881992, 1996)
 • Atlanta Hawks (19721976)
 • Buffalo Braves (1977–1978)
 • Kansas City Kings (19781984)
 • San Antonio Spurs (19841986)
21 1,607 832 775 .518 84 35 49 .417 None 2 (1979, 1989) [32]
Chris Ford  • Boston Celtics (19901995)
 • Milwaukee Bucks (19961998)
 • Los Angeles Clippers (19982000)
 • Philadelphia 76ers (2004)
10 699 323 376 .462 29 13 16 .448 None None [33]
Lawrence Frank  • New Jersey Nets (20042009)
 • Detroit Pistons (20112013)
9 614 279 335 .454 38 18 20 .474 None None [34]
Mike Fratello  • Atlanta Hawks (1981, 19831990)
 • Cleveland Cavaliers (19931999)
 • Memphis Grizzlies (20042006)
17 1,215 667 548 .549 62 20 42 .323 None 1 (1986) [35]
Alvin Gentry^  • Miami Heat (1995)
 • Detroit Pistons (19982000)
 • Los Angeles Clippers (20002003)
 • Phoenix Suns (20092013)
 • New Orleans Pelicans (2015–present)
15 951 447 504 .470 30 17 13 .567 None None [36]
Edward Gottlieb  • Philadelphia Warriors (19461955) 9 581 263 318 .453 32 15 17 .469 1 (1947) None [37]
Richie Guerin  • St. Louis / Atlanta Hawks (19641972) 8 618 327 291 .529 60 26 34 .433 None 1 (1968) [38]
Matt Guokas  • Philadelphia 76ers (19851988)
 • Orlando Magic (19891993)
7 535 230 305 .430 17 8 9 .471 None None [39]
Alex Hannum*  • St. Louis Hawks (19571958)
 • Syracuse Nationals / Philadelphia 76ers (19601963, 19661968)
 • San Francisco Warriors (19631966)
 • San Diego Rockets (19691971)
12 883 471 412 .533 79 45 34 .570 2 (1958, 1967) 1 (1964) [40]
Del Harris  • Houston Rockets (19791983)
 • Milwaukee Bucks (19871991)
 • Los Angeles Lakers (19941999)
14 1,013 556 457 .549 88 38 50 .432 None 1 (1995) [41]
Lester Harrison  • Rochester Royals (19481955) 7 476 295 181 .620 38 19 19 .500 1 (1951) None [42]
Tom Heinsohn*  • Boston Celtics (19691978) 9 690 427 263 .619 80 47 33 .588 2 (1974, 1976) 1 (1973) [43]
Bob Hill  • New York Knicks (1986–1987)
 • Indiana Pacers (19901993)
 • San Antonio Spurs (19941996)
 • Seattle SuperSonics (20062007)
9 603 310 293 .514 37 17 20 .459 None None [44]
Brian Hill  • Orlando Magic (19931997, 20052007)
 • Vancouver Grizzlies (19971999)
9 613 298 315 .486 40 18 22 .450 None None [45]
Lionel Hollins  • Vancouver / Memphis Grizzlies (1999–2000, 2004, 20092013)
 • Brooklyn Nets (20142016)
9 534 262 272 .491 41 20 21 .488 None None [46]
Red Holzman*  • Milwaukee / St. Louis Hawks (19541957)
 • New York Knicks (19671977, 19781982)
18 1,300 696 604 .535 105 58 47 .552 2 (1970, 1973) 1 (1970) [47]
Phil Jackson*  • Chicago Bulls (19891998)
 • Los Angeles Lakers (19992004, 20052011)
20 1,640 1,155 485 .704 333 229 104 .688 11 (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2009, 2010) 1 (1996) [48]
Dave Joerger^  • Memphis Grizzlies (20132016)
 • Sacramento Kings (2016–present)
5 410 206 204 .502 22 9 13 .409 None None [49]
Avery Johnson  • Dallas Mavericks (20052008)
 • New Jersey / Brooklyn Nets (20102012)
7 440 254 186 .577 47 23 24 .489 None 1 (2006) [50]
Phil Johnson  • Kansas City-Omaha / Kansas City / Sacramento Kings (19731978, 19841987)
 • Chicago Bulls (1982)
9 543 236 307 .435 9 2 7 .222 None 1 (1975) [51]
K. C. Jones  • Capital / Washington Bullets (19731976)
 • Boston Celtics (19831988)
 • Seattle SuperSonics (19901992)
10 774 522 252 .674 138 81 57 .587 2 (1984, 1986) None [52]
Eddie Jordan  • Sacramento Kings (19971998)
 • Washington Wizards (20032008)
 • Philadelphia 76ers (2009–2010)
9 600 257 343 .428 26 8 18 .308 None None [53]
George Karl  • Cleveland Cavaliers (19841986)
 • Golden State Warriors (19861988)
 • Seattle SuperSonics (19921998)
 • Milwaukee Bucks (19982003)
 • Denver Nuggets (20052013)
 • Sacramento Kings (20152016)
27 1,999 1,175 824 .588 185 80 105 .432 None 1 (2013) [54]
John Kundla*  • Minneapolis Lakers (19481958, 1958–1959) 11 725 423 302 .583 95 60 35 .632 5 (1949, 1950, 1952, 1953, 1954) None [55]
Joe Lapchick  • New York Knicks (19471956) 9 573 326 247 .569 60 30 30 .500 None None [56]
Frank Layden  • Utah Jazz (19811988) 8 571 277 294 .485 41 18 23 .439 None 1 (1984) [57]
Bobby Leonard*  • Chicago Zephyrs / Baltimore Bullets (19621964)
 • Indiana Pacers (19761980)
6 450 186 264 .413 0 0 0 .000 None None [58]
Kevin Loughery  • Philadelphia 76ers (1973)
 • New York / New Jersey Nets (19761980)
 • Atlanta Hawks (19811983)
 • Chicago Bulls (19831985)
 • Washington Bullets (19861988)
 • Miami Heat (19911995)
17 1,136 474 662 .417 27 6 21 .222 None None [59]
John Lucas  • San Antonio Spurs (19921994)
 • Philadelphia 76ers (19941996)
 • Cleveland Cavaliers (20012003)
6 431 173 258 .401 14 6 8 .429 None None [60]
Jim Lynam  • San Diego / Los Angeles Clippers (19831985)
 • Philadelphia 76ers (19881992)
 • Washington Bullets (19941997)
10 720 328 392 .456 21 8 13 .381 None None [61]
John MacLeod  • Phoenix Suns (19731987)
 • Dallas Mavericks (19871989)
 • New York Knicks (1990–1991)
18 1,364 707 657 .518 101 47 54 .465 None None [62]
Dick McGuire  • Detroit Pistons (19591963)
 • New York Knicks (19651967)
7 457 197 260 .431 25 9 16 .360 None None [63]
Kevin McHale  • Minnesota Timberwolves (2005, 2008–2009)
 • Houston Rockets (20112015)
7 417 232 185 .556 29 13 16 .448 None None [64]
Jack McMahon  • Chicago Zephyrs (1962)
 • Cincinnati Royals (19631967)
 • San Diego Rockets (19671969)
8 549 260 289 .474 29 10 19 .345 None None [65]
Nate McMillan^  • Seattle SuperSonics (20002005)
 • Portland Trail Blazers (20052012)
 • Indiana Pacers (2016–present)
14 1,094 568 526 .519 45 17 28 .378 None None [66]
Sam Mitchell  • Toronto Raptors (20042008)
 • Minnesota Timberwolves (2015–2016)
6 427 185 242 .433 11 3 8 .273 None 1 (2007) [67]
Doug Moe  • San Antonio Spurs (19761980)
 • Denver Nuggets (19801990)
 • Philadelphia 76ers (1992–1993)
15 1,157 628 529 .543 83 33 50 .398 None 1 (1988) [68]
Dick Motta  • Chicago Bulls (19681976)
 • Washington Bullets (19761980)
 • Dallas Mavericks (19801987, 19941996)
 • Sacramento Kings (19901991)
 • Denver Nuggets (1996–1997)
25 1,952 935 1,017 .479 126 56 70 .444 1 (1978) 1 (1971) [69]
Don Nelson*  • Milwaukee Bucks (19761987)
 • Golden State Warriors (19881995, 20062010)
 • New York Knicks (1995–1996)
 • Dallas Mavericks (19972005)
31 2,398 1,335 1,063 .557 166 75 91 .452 None 3 (1983, 1985, 1992) [70]
Tom Nissalke  • Seattle SuperSonics (1972–1973)
 • Houston Rockets (19761979)
 • Utah Jazz (19791981)
 • Cleveland Cavaliers (19821984)
9 639 248 391 .388 14 6 8 .429 None 1 (1977) [71]
Jim O'Brien  • Boston Celtics (20012004)
 • Philadelphia 76ers (2004–2005)
 • Indiana Pacers (20072011)
9 630 303 327 .481 31 14 17 .452 None None [72]
Rick Pitino*  • New York Knicks (19871989)
 • Boston Celtics (19972001)
6 412 192 220 .466 13 6 7 .462 None None [73]
Gregg Popovich^  • San Antonio Spurs (1996–present) 22 1,738 1,197 541 .689 277 167 110 .603 5 (1999, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2014) 3 (2003, 2012, 2014) [74]
Jack Ramsay*  • Philadelphia 76ers (19691972)
 • Buffalo Braves (19731976)
 • Portland Trail Blazers (19771986)
 • Indiana Pacers (19861988)
21 1,647 864 783 .525 102 44 58 .431 1 (1977) None [75]
Pat Riley*  • Los Angeles Lakers (19811990)
 • New York Knicks (19911995)
 • Miami Heat (19952003, 20052008)
24 1,904 1,210 694 .636 282 171 111 .606 5 (1982, 1985, 1987, 1988, 2006) 3 (1990, 1993, 1997) [76]
Doc Rivers^  • Orlando Magic (19992003)
 • Boston Celtics (20042013)
 • Los Angeles Clippers (2013–present)
19 1,470 846 624 .576 161 82 79 .509 1 (2008) 1 (2000) [77]
Bill Russell  • Boston Celtics (19661969)
 • Seattle SuperSonics (19731977)
 • Sacramento Kings (1987–1988)
8 631 341 290 .540 61 34 27 .557 2 (1968, 1969) None [78]
Flip Saunders  • Minnesota Timberwolves (19952005, 2014–2015)
 • Detroit Pistons (20052008)
 • Washington Wizards (20092012)
17 1,246 654 592 .525 98 47 51 .480 None None [79]
Fred Schaus  • Los Angeles Lakers (19601967) 7 560 315 245 .563 71 33 38 .465 None None [80]
Byron Scott  • New Jersey Nets (20002004)
 • New Orleans Hornets (20042009)
 • Cleveland Cavaliers (20102013)
 • Los Angeles Lakers (20142016)
15 1,101 454 647 .412 57 33 24 .579 None 1 (2008) [81]
Paul Seymour  • Syracuse Nationals (19561960)
 • St. Louis Hawks (19601961)
 • Baltimore Bullets (1965–1966)
 • Detroit Pistons (1968–1969)
8 512 271 241 .529 35 14 21 .400 None None [82]
Bill Sharman*  • San Francisco Warriors (19661968)
 • Los Angeles Lakers (19711976)
7 573 333 240 .581 62 35 27 .565 1 (1972) 1 (1972) [83]
Gene Shue  • Baltimore / Washington Bullets (19661973, 19801986)
 • Philadelphia 76ers (19731977)
 • San Diego / Los Angeles Clippers (19781979, 19871989)
22 1,645 784 861 .477 77 30 47 .390 None 2 (1969, 1982) [84]
Paul Silas  • San Diego Clippers (19801983)
 • Charlotte Hornets / Bobcats (19992002, 20102012)
 • New Orleans Hornets (2002–2003)
 • Cleveland Cavaliers (20032005)
12 875 387 488 .442 29 13 16 .448 None None [85]
Scott Skiles  • Phoenix Suns (19992002)
 • Chicago Bulls (20032007)
 • Milwaukee Bucks (20082013)
 • Orlando Magic (2015–2016)
14 958 478 480 .499 42 18 24 .429 None None [86]
Jerry Sloan*  • Chicago Bulls (19791982)
 • Utah Jazz (19882011)
26 2,024 1,221 803 .603 202 98 104 .485 None None [87]
Erik Spoelstra^  • Miami Heat (2008–present) 10 804 484 320 .602 118 71 47 .602 2 (2012, 2013) None [88]
Garry St. Jean  • Sacramento Kings (19921997)
 • Golden State Warriors (1999–2000)
6 450 172 278 .382 4 1 3 .250 None None [89]
Brad Stevens^  • Boston Celtics (2013–present) 5 410 221 189 .539 47 22 25 .468 None None [90]
Terry Stotts^  • Atlanta Hawks (20022004)
 • Milwaukee Bucks (20052007)
 • Portland Trail Blazers (2012–present)
10 775 387 388 .499 40 12 28 .300 None None [91]
Tom Thibodeau^  • Chicago Bulls (20102015)
 • Minnesota Timberwolves (2016–present)
7 558 333 225 .597 56 24 32 .429 None 1 (2011) [92]
Isiah Thomas  • Indiana Pacers (20002003)
 • New York Knicks (20062008)
5 410 187 223 .456 15 5 10 .333 None None [93]
Rudy Tomjanovich  • Houston Rockets (19922003)
 • Los Angeles Lakers (2004–2005)
13 943 527 416 .559 90 51 39 .567 2 (1994, 1995) None [94]
Wes Unseld  • Washington Bullets (19881994) 7 547 202 345 .369 5 2 3 .400 None None [95]
Butch van Breda Kolff  • Los Angeles Lakers (19671969)
 • Detroit Pistons (19691971)
 • Phoenix Suns (1972)
 • New Orleans Jazz (19741976)
9 519 266 253 .513 33 21 12 .636 None None [96]
Jeff Van Gundy  • New York Knicks (19962001)
 • Houston Rockets (20032007)
11 748 430 318 .575 88 44 44 .500 None None [97]
Stan Van Gundy  • Miami Heat (20032005)
 • Orlando Magic (20072012)
 • Detroit Pistons (20142018)
12 907 523 384 .577 91 48 43 .527 None None [98]
Frank Vogel  • Indiana Pacers (20112016)
 • Orlando Magic (20162018)
8 595 304 291 .511 61 31 30 .508 None None [99]
Bob Weiss  • San Antonio Spurs (19861988)
 • Atlanta Hawks (19901993)
 • Los Angeles Clippers (1993–1994)
 • Seattle SuperSonics (2005–2006)
7 522 223 299 .427 11 2 9 .182 None None [100]
Paul Westhead  • Los Angeles Lakers (19791981)
 • Chicago Bulls (1982–1983)
 • Denver Nuggets (19901992)
6 407 183 224 .450 19 13 6 .684 1 (1980) None [101]
Paul Westphal  • Phoenix Suns (19921996)
 • Seattle SuperSonics (19982000)
 • Sacramento Kings (20092011)
10 597 318 279 .533 49 27 22 .551 None None [102]
Lenny Wilkens*  • Seattle SuperSonics (19691972, 19771985)
 • Portland Trail Blazers (19741976)
 • Cleveland Cavaliers (19861993)
 • Atlanta Hawks (19932000)
 • Toronto Raptors (20002003)
 • New York Knicks (20042005)
32 2,487 1,332 1,155 .536 178 80 98 .449 1 (1979) 1 (1994) [103]
Randy Wittman  • Cleveland Cavaliers (19992001)
 • Minnesota Timberwolves (20072008)
 • Washington Wizards (20122016)
10 684 278 406 .406 21 12 9 .571 None None [104]
Mike Woodson  • Atlanta Hawks (20042010)
 • New York Knicks (20122014)
9 680 315 365 .463 46 18 28 .391 None None [105]

Notes[edit]

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