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Current NBA Coaches


Posted Oct 28 2010 8:31AM - Updated Jan 18 2013 1:27PM

Current NBA coaches:

EASTERN CONFERENCE

Atlanta Hawks: Larry Drew
Boston Celtics:
Doc Rivers
Brooklyn Nets: P.J. Carlesimo (interim)
Charlotte Bobcats: Mike Dunlap
Chicago Bulls:
Tom Thibodeau
Cleveland Cavaliers:
Byron Scott
Detroit Pistons:
Lawrence Frank
Indiana Pacers:
Frank Vogel
Miami Heat:
Erik Spoelstra
Milwaukee Bucks:
Jim Boylan
New York Knicks: Mike Woodson
Orlando Magic:
Jacque Vaughn
Philadelphia 76ers:
Doug Collins
Toronto Raptors:
Dwane Casey
Washington Wizards:
Randy Wittman

WESTERN CONFERENCE

Dallas Mavericks: Rick Carlisle
Denver Nuggets:
George Karl
Golden State Warriors:
Mark Jackson
Houston Rockets:
Kevin McHale
L.A. Clippers:
Vinny Del Negro
L.A. Lakers:
Mike D'Antoni
Memphis Grizzlies:
Lionel Hollins
Minnesota Timberwolves:
Rick Adelman
New Orleans Hornets:
Monty Williams
Oklahoma City Thunder:
Scott Brooks
Phoenix Suns:

Portland Trail Blazers:
Terry Stotts
Sacramento Kings:
Keith Smart
San Antonio Spurs:
Gregg Popovich
Utah Jazz:
Tyrone Corbin

2011-12 Coach of the Year

San Antonio's Gregg Poppovich is the 2011-12 NBA Coach of the Year after leading the Spurs to a league-tying best 50-16 record. This is Popovich's second time winning the Red Auerbach trophy.
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