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Basketball Coach
    (September 21, 1938- )
    Born in Brooklyn, New York
    Drafted 52nd overall by the Detroit Pistons in the 1960 NBA Draft and 22nd overall by the Chicago Packers in the 1961 NBA Draft
    Small forward for Pallacanestro Petrarca Padova (1965-67), New Orleans Buccaneers (1967-68), Oakland Oaks (1968-69), Carolina Cobras (1969-70) and the Virginia Squires (1970-72)
    Assistant coach for the Carolina Cobras (1972-74) and the Denver Nuggets (1974-76, 2003-08)
    Head coach for the San Antonio Spurs (1976-80),Denver Nuggets (1980-91) and the Philadelphia 76ers (1992-93)
    NBA Coach of the Year (1988)
    He admitted to being associated with a point shaving scandal at the University of North Carolina.
    The association tainted his reputation and college career as a result.
    He re-entered the NBA Draft after he couldn't reach a contract agreement with the Pistons.
    He publicly stated his displeasure about the NBA-ABA merger, going as far as calling the NBA a 'rinky-dink' league.
    His teams in Denver were derided as being good, but not good enough to make a deep playoff run.
    His tenure with the Sixers lasted one season.
    He was considered one of the American Basketball Association's first star players.
    He employed a run and gun style offense in Denver centered around Alex English.
    He recorded 432 victories with the Nuggets, which was recognized by the team.
    He adopted his coaching style from the legendary Dean Smith.
    He applauded David Stern's appointment as NBA commissioner, citing he modernized the league to a standard held by the old ABA.

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