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Lenny Wilkens From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lenny Wilkens Position Point guard Height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) Weight 180 lb (81.6 kg) Born October 28, 1937 (1937-10-28) (age 70) Brooklyn, New York City Nationality USA College Providence Draft 1st Round, 6th overall, 1960 St. Louis Hawks Pro career 1960–1975 Former teams Player and Coach Hawks (1960−1968) Sonics (1968−1972) Cavaliers (1972−1974) Blazers (1974−1975) Coach Sonics 1969-1972, 1977-1985 Blazers 1974-1976 Cavaliers 1986-1993 Hawks 1993-2000 Raptors 2000-2003 Knicks 2003-2005 Awards Nine-time All-Star All-Star Game MVP (1972) NBA's 50th Anniversary All-Time Team Hall of Fame 1989 (as player) 1998 (as coach) Leonard Randolph "Lenny" Wilkens (born October 28, 1937, in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.) is an American former National Basketball Association player and coach, as well as the NBA's career leader in coaching win-loss totals. He was inducted twice into the Basketball Hall of Fame, first in 1989 as a player and then later as a coach in 1998. On November 29, 2006 he was hired as vice chairman of the Seattle SuperSonics' ownership group, and was later named the Sonics' President of Basketball Operations on April 27, 2007. On July 6, 2007 Wilkens resigned from the Sonics organization. Contents 1 Early life 2 Playing career 3 Coaching career 3.1 Accomplishments 4 Quotes 5 Coaching record 6 References 7 External links
Early life Wilkens grew up in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn. His father was African American and his mother was Irish American. Wilkens was raised in the Roman Catholic faith. At Boys High School, Wilkens was a basketball teammate of longtime Major League Baseball star Tommy Davis. Playing career Wilkens was a two-time All-American (1959 and 1960) at Providence College. He led the team to their first NIT appearance in 1959, and to the NIT finals in 1960. When he graduated, Wilkens was, with 1,193 points, the second-ranked scorer in Friar history (he has since dropped to twentieth as of 2005). In 1996, Wilkens' #14 jersey was retired by the college, the first alumnus to receive such an honor. Wilkens was drafted sixth overall by the St. Louis Hawks in the 1960 NBA Draft. He played for the Hawks (1960-1968), Seattle SuperSonics (1968-1972), Cleveland Cavaliers (1972-1974) and Portland Trail Blazers (1974-1975). Wilkens placed second to Wilt Chamberlain in the 1967-1968 MVP balloting. Wilkens was a nine-time NBA All-Star, and was named the 1971 NBA All-Star Game MVP in 1971. He led the league in assists in the 1969-70 season, and at the time of his retirement, Wilkens was the NBA's second all-time leading playmaker, behind only Oscar Robertson. Coaching career From 1969–1972 with Seattle, and in his one season with Portland, he was a player-coach. He retired from playing in 1975 and was the full-time coach of the Trail Blazers for one more season. After a season off, in 1977 he again became coach of the SuperSonics, where he coached for eight seasons (1977-1985), winning his (and Seattle's) only NBA Championship in 1979. He would go on to coach Cleveland (1987–1993), Atlanta (1993–2000), Toronto (2000–2003) and New York (2004–2005). The Hall of Famer was named head coach of the New York Knicks on January 15, 2004. After the Knicks' slow start to the 2004-2005 season, Wilkens resigned from the team on January 22, 2005. Accomplishments He retired with 1,332 wins, the most in NBA history (he passed Red Auerbach on January 6, 1995 with a win against the Washington Bullets), and 1,155 losses, also the most in NBA history (he passed Bill Fitch in 2001). This comes from his 35 years of coaching in the NBA, among the longest tenure in the league. He coached the Olympic Champion Men's Basketball team in 1996 and was assistant coach's on the 1992 USA Olympic Dream Team. Wilkens is one of three players to be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame as both a player and a coach (the other two being John Wooden and Bill Sharman), joining the Hall in 1989 as a player and 1998 as a coach. He is also a member of the Providence College Athletic Hall of Fame. Wilkens is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, the first intercollegiate Greek-letter fraternity established for African Americans. Quotes "I learned my basketball on the playgrounds of Brooklyn.
Today, being a playground player is an insult. It means all you want to do is go one-on-one, it means your fundamentals stink and you don't understand the game. But the playgrounds I knew were tremendous training grounds." "Show people how to have success and then you can push their expectations up." Coaching record Team Year Regular Season Post Season Won Lost Win % Finish Won Lost Win % Result SEA 1969/70 36 46 .439 5th in Western Division SEA 1970/71 38 44 .463 4th in Pacific Division SEA 1971/72 47 35 .573 3rd in Pacific Division POR 1974/75 38 44 .451 3rd in Pacific Division POR 1975/76 37 45 .451 5th in Pacific Division SEA 1977/78 42 18 .700 3rd in Pacific Division 13 9 .591 NBA Finals SEA 1978/79 52 30 .634 1st in Pacific Division 12 5 .706 NBA Championship SEA 1979/80 56 26 .683 2nd in Pacific Division 7 8 .467 Conf. Finals SEA 1980/81 34 48 .415 6th in Pacific Division SEA 1981/82 52 30 .634 2nd in Pacific Division 3 5 .375 Conf. Semifinals SEA 1982/83 48 34 .585 3rd in Pacific Division 0 2 .000 1st Round SEA 1983/84 42 40 .512 3rd in Pacific Division 2 3 .400 1st Round SEA 1984/85 31 51 .378 5th in Pacific Division CLE 1986/87 31 51 .378 4th in Central Division CLE 1987/88 42 40 .512 4th in Central Division 2 3 .400 1st Round CLE 1988/89 57 25 .695 2nd in Central Division 2 3 .400 1st Round CLE 1989/90 42 40 .512 4th in Central Division 2 3 .400 1st Round CLE 1990/91 33 49 .402 6th in Central Division CLE 1991/92 57 25 .695 2nd in Central Division 9 8 .529 Conf. Finals CLE 1992/93 54 28 .659 2nd in Central Division 3 6 .333 Conf. Semifinals ATL 1993/94 57 25 .695 1st in Central Division 5 6 .455 Conf. Semifinals ATL 1994/95 42 40 .512 5th in Central Division 0 3 .000 1st Round ATL 1995/96 46 36 .561 4th in Central Division 4 6 .400 Conf. Semifinals ATL 1996/97 56 26 .683 2nd in Central Division 4 6 .400 Conf. Semifinals ATL 1997/98 50 32 .610 4th in Central Division 1 3 .250 1st Round ATL 1998/99 31 19 .620 2nd in Central Division 3 6 .333 Conf. Semifinals ATL 1999/00 28 54 .341 7th in Central Division TOR 2000/01 47 35 .573 2nd in Central Division 6 6 .500 Conf. Semifinals TOR 2001/02 42 40 .512 3rd in Central Division 2 3 .400 1st Round TOR 2002/03 24 58 .293 7th in Central Division NYK 2003/04 23 19 .548 3rd in Atlantic Division 0 4 .000 1st Round NYK 2004/05 17 22 .436 5th in Atlantic Division 32 seasons 1332 1155 .536 - 80 98 .449 - Source: Lenny Wilkens Coaching Record – Basketball-Reference.com
References The Seattle Times: Sonics: Wilkens a Sonic again — as vice chairman SONICS: Lenny Wilkens Confirmed as President of Basketball Operations Beck, Howard. "PRO BASKETBALL; Wilkens Denies He Was Asked to Go", The New York Times, September 28, 2005. Accessed November 20, 2007. "A native of Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood, Wilkens had added motivation to succeed in New York, which made leaving so quickly that much tougher." Smith, Gary (1994-12-05). "He Has Overcome". Sports Illustrated. Retrieved on 2008-07-31.
External links Basketball-Reference.com: Lenny Wilkens (as player) Basketball-Reference.com: Lenny Wilkens (as coach) Hoopedia bio Preceded by Willis Reed NBA All-Star Game Most Valuable Player 1971 Succeeded by Jerry West Preceded by Al Bianchi Seattle SuperSonics Head Coach 1969–1972 Succeeded by Tom Nissalke Preceded by Jack McCloskey Portland Trail Blazers Head Coach 1974–1976 Succeeded by Jack Ramsay Preceded by Bob Hopkins Seattle SuperSonics Head Coach 1977–1985 Succeeded by Bernie Bickerstaff Preceded by Gene Littles Cleveland Cavaliers Head Coach 1986–1993 Succeeded by Mike Fratello Preceded by Bob Weiss Atlanta Hawks Head Coach 1993–2000 Succeeded by Lon Kruger Preceded by Butch Carter Toronto Raptors Head Coach 2000–2003 Succeeded by Kevin O'Neill Preceded by Herb Williams (interim) New York Knicks Head Coach 2004–2005 Succeeded by Herb Williams (interim)
1960 NBA Draft First Round Oscar Robertson • Jerry West • Darrall Imhoff • Jackie Moreland • Lee Shaffer • Lenny Wilkens • Al Bunge • Satch Sanders Second Round Jay Arnette • Dave Budd • Kelly Coleman • Ron Johnson • Wilbur Trosch • Frank Radovich • Pickles Kennedy • Leroy Wright Seattle SuperSonics Head Coaches Bianchi • Wilkens • Nissalke • Buckwalter • Russell • Hopkins • Wilkens • Bickerstaff • Jones • Karl • Westphal • McMillan • Weiss • Hill • Carlesimo Portland Trail Blazers Portland, Oregon The Franchise Franchise • Accomplishments • Seasons • Current season Arenas Memorial Coliseum • Rose Garden Coaches Todd • Inman • McCloskey • Wilkens (player-coach) • Ramsay • Schuler • Adelman • Carlesimo • Dunleavy • Cheeks • Pritchard • McMillan D-League Affiliate Idaho Stampede Administration Owner: Paul Allen • General Manager: Kevin Pritchard • Head Coach: Nate McMillan Notable Figures Shareef Abdur-Rahim • Clyde Drexler • Brian Grant • Lionel Hollins • Maurice Lucas • Lloyd Neal • Jermaine O'Neal • Ruben Patterson • Jim Paxson • Geoff Petrie • Dražen Petrović • Scottie Pippen • Zach Randolph • Clifford R. Robinson • Brandon Roy • Arvydas Sabonis • Steve Smith • Larry Steele • Damon Stoudamire • Mychal Thompson • Dave Twardzik • Rasheed Wallace • Bill Walton • Bonzi Wells • Sidney Wicks • Lenny Wilkens
NBA Championships (1) 1977 Cleveland Cavaliers Cleveland, Ohio The Franchise Franchise • All-Time Roster • Seasons • Current season Arenas Cleveland Arena • Coliseum at Richfield • Quicken Loans Arena Head Coaches Fitch • Albeck • Musselman • Delaney • Kloppenburg • Daly • Musselman • Nissalke • Karl • Littles • Wilkens • Fratello • Wittman • Lucas • Smart • Silas • Malone • Brown Eastern Conference Titles (1) 2007 Division Titles (1) 1976 Administration Owners: Dan Gilbert (majority owner), Gary Gilbert, David Katzman, Usher Raymond, Gordon Gund (minority owners) • General Manager: Danny Ferry • Head Coach: Mike Brown Retired Jerseys 7 • 22 • 25 • 34 • 42 • 43 Hall of Famers Chuck Daly • Wayne Embry • Walt Frazier • Nate Thurmond • Lenny Wilkens D-League Affiliate Erie BayHawks Tri-Cities Blackhawks/Milwaukee/St. Louis/Atlanta Hawks Atlanta, Georgia The Franchise Franchise • All-Time roster • Seasons • Current season Arenas Wharton Field House • Milwaukee Arena • Kiel Auditorium • Alexander Memorial Coliseum • Omni Coliseum • Georgia Dome • Philips Arena Head Coaches Potter • Auerbach • McMillan • Logan • Todorovich • Moore • Levane • Holzman • Martin • Hannum • Phillip • Macauley • Seymour • Levane • Pettit • Gallatin • Guerin • Fitzsimmons • Tormohlen • Brown • Fratello • Loughery • Fratello • Weiss • Wilkens • Kruger • Stotts • Woodson NBA Championships (1) 1958 Retired Jerseys 9 Pettit • 17 Turner • 21 Wilkins • 23 Hudson • 40 Collier Toronto Raptors Toronto, Ontario The Franchise Franchise • All-Time roster • Seasons • Records • Draft history • Head coaches • Current season Arenas SkyDome • Air Canada Centre Head Coaches Malone • Walker • Carter • Wilkens • O'Neill • Mitchell Division Titles (1) 2006–07
D-League Affiliate Idaho Stampede New York Knickerbockers New York City, New York The Franchise Franchise • All-Time roster • Seasons • Current season Arenas Madison Square Garden III • 69th Regiment Armory • Madison Square Garden IV Coaches Cohalan • Lapchick • Boryla • Levane • Braun • Donovan • Gallatin • McGuire • Holzman • Reed • Holzman • H. Brown • Hill • Pitino • Jackson • MacLeod • Riley • Nelson • J. Van Gundy • Chaney • Williams • Wilkens • Williams • L. Brown • Thomas • D'Antoni D-League Affiliate Reno Bighorns Administration Madison Square Garden, L.P. (Owner; subsidiary of Cablevision Systems Corp.) • James Dolan (Chairman & CEO) • Donnie Walsh (President & GM of Basketball Ops.) • Mike D'Antoni (Head Coach) Notable Figures Marv Albert • Dick Barnett • Walt Bellamy • Bill Bradley • Mike Breen • Marcus Camby • Bill Cartwright • Dave Checketts • Nat "Sweetwater" Clifton • Dave DeBusschere • Patrick Ewing • Walt Frazier • Marty Glickman • Ernie Grunfeld • Allan Houston • Mark Jackson • Bernard King • Jerry Lucas • Anthony Mason • Stephon Marbury • Earl Monroe • Charles Oakley • Cal Ramsey • Micheal Ray Richardson • Nate Robinson • Trent Tucker • Latrell Sprewell • Kiki Vandeweghe • Gerald Wilkins • Bob Wolff • Max Zaslofsky
Retired Numbers 10 • 12 • 15 (McGuire) • 15 (Monroe) • 19 • 22 • 24 • 33 • 613 (in honor of Holzman's total wins as Knicks coach) NBA Championships (2) 1970 • 1973 Rivals Chicago Bulls • Boston Celtics • Philadelphia 76ers • Indiana Pacers • Miami Heat • New Jersey Nets Seattle SuperSonics 1978–79 NBA Champions 1 Williams | 8 Shelton | 10 Hassett | 11 Snyder | 21 Awtrey | 22 Hansen | 22 Robinson | 23 LaGarde | 24 D. Johnson (Finals MVP) | 27 J. Johnson | 32 Brown | 35 Silas | 42 Walker | 43 Sikma | Coach Wilkens Top Ten Coaches in NBA History Red Auerbach • Chuck Daly • Bill Fitch • Red Holzman • Phil Jackson • John Kundla • Don Nelson • Jack Ramsay • Pat Riley • Lenny Wilkens
National Basketball Association's 50 Greatest Players in NBA History Kareem Abdul-Jabbar • Nate Archibald • Paul Arizin • Charles Barkley • Rick Barry • Elgin Baylor • Dave Bing • Larry Bird • Wilt Chamberlain • Bob Cousy • Dave Cowens • Billy Cunningham • Dave DeBusschere • Clyde Drexler • Julius Erving • Patrick Ewing • Walt Frazier • George Gervin • Hal Greer • John Havlicek • Elvin Hayes • Magic Johnson • Sam Jones • Michael Jordan • Jerry Lucas • Karl Malone • Moses Malone • Pete Maravich • Kevin McHale • George Mikan • Earl Monroe • Hakeem Olajuwon • Shaquille O'Neal • Robert Parish • Bob Pettit • Scottie Pippen • Willis Reed • Oscar Robertson • David Robinson • Bill Russell • Dolph Schayes • Bill Sharman • John Stockton • Isiah Thomas • Nate Thurmond • Wes Unseld • Bill Walton • Jerry West • Lenny Wilkens • James Worthy
NBA All-Star Game MVP Award 1951: Macauley | 1952: Arizin | 1953: Mikan | 1954: Cousy | 1955: Sharman | 1956: Pettit | 1957: Cousy | 1958: Pettit | 1959: Baylor & Pettit | 1960: Chamberlain | 1961: Robertson | 1962: Pettit | 1963: Russell | 1964: Robertson | 1965: Lucas | 1966: A. Smith | 1967: Barry | 1968: Greer | 1969: Robertson | 1970: Reed | 1971: Wilkens | 1972: West | 1973: Cowens | 1974: Lanier | 1975: Frazier | 1976: Bing | 1977: Erving | 1978: R. Smith | 1979: Thompson | 1980: Gervin | 1981: Archibald | 1982: Bird | 1983: Erving | 1984: Thomas | 1985: Sampson | 1986: Thomas | 1987: Chambers | 1988: Jordan | 1989: Malone | 1990: Johnson | 1991: Barkley | 1992: Johnson | 1993: Stockton & Malone | 1994: Pippen | 1995: Richmond | 1996: Jordan | 1997: Rice | 1998: Jordan | 1999: No Game Played | 2000: O'Neal & Duncan | 2001: Iverson | 2002: Bryant | 2003: Garnett | 2004: O'Neal | 2005: Iverson | 2006: James | 2007: Bryant | 2008: James NBA Coach of the Year Award 1963: Gallatin | 1964: Hannum | 1965: Auerbach | 1966: Schayes | 1967: Kerr | 1968: Guerin | 1969: Shue | 1970: Holzman | 1971: Motta | 1972: Sharman | 1973: Heinsohn | 1974: R. Scott | 1975: P. Johnson | 1976: Fitch | 1977: Nissalke | 1978: H. Brown | 1979: Fitzsimmons | 1980: Fitch | 1981: McKinney | 1982: Shue | 1983: Nelson | 1984: Layden | 1985: Nelson | 1986: Fratello | 1987: Schuler | 1988: Moe | 1989: Fitzsimmons | 1990: Riley | 1991: Chaney | 1992: Nelson | 1993: Riley | 1994: Wilkins | 1995: Harris | 1996: Jackson | 1997: Riley | 1998: Bird | 1999: Dunleavy | 2000: Rivers | 2001: L. Brown | 2002: Carlisle | 2003: Popovich | 2004: H. Brown | 2005: D'Antoni | 2006: A. Johnson | 2007: Mitchell | 2008: B. Scott
1992 Olympic Champions Men's Basketball – "Dream Team" Charles Barkley | Larry Bird | Clyde Drexler | Patrick Ewing | Magic Johnson | Michael Jordan | Christian Laettner | Karl Malone | Chris Mullin | Scottie Pippen | David Robinson | John Stockton | Coach: Chuck Daly | Assistant Coach: Mike Krzyzewski | Assistant Coach: Lenny Wilkens | Assistant Coach: P.J. Carlesimo 1996 Olympic Champions Men's Basketball – United States Charles Barkley | Penny Hardaway | Grant Hill | Karl Malone | Reggie Miller | Hakeem Olajuwon | Shaquille O'Neal | Gary Payton | Scottie Pippen | Mitch Richmond | David Robinson | John Stockton | Coach: Lenny Wilkens Persondata NAME Wilkens, Lenny ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION American basketball player and coach DATE OF BIRTH October 28, 1937 PLACE OF BIRTH Brooklyn, N.Y.C., New York DATE OF DEATH PLACE OF DEATH
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