Sunday, September 24 2023

No change in Miami

(Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports)(Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports)

(Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports)

Erik Spoelstra has been a constant in NBA coaching circles since 2008. While other teams have a coaching carousel, Pat Riley and the Heat stick with Spoelstra, and with good reason: He gets the job done … over and over. So who have been the coaches of other teams since Spoelstra took over in Miami?

(Note: * means it was interim basis)

Atlanta Hawks

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Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

Mike Woodson 2004-10.

Larry Drew 2010-13.

Mike Budenholzer 2013-18.

Lloyd Pierce 2018-21.

Nate McMillan 2021-23.

*Joe Prunty 2023.

Quin Snyder 2023-present.

Boston Celtics

Doc Rivers 2004-13.

Brad Stevens 2013-21.

Ime Udoka 2021-22.

Joe Mazzulla 2022-present.

Brooklyn Nets

Lawrence Frank 2004-09.

*Tom Barrise 2009.

Kiki Vandeweghe 2009-10.

Avery Johnson 2010-12.

P.J. Carlesimo 2012-13.

Jason Kidd 2013-14.

Lionel Hollins 2014-16.

*Tony Brown 2016.

Kenny Atkinson 2016-20.

Jacque Vaughn 2020.

Steve Nash 2020-22.

Jacque Vaughn 2022-present.

Charlotte Hornets

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David Richard-USA TODAY Sports

Sam Vincent 2007-08.

Larry Brown 2008-10.

Paul Silas 2010-12.

Mike Dunlap 2012-13.

Steve Clifford 2013-14.

Steve Clifford 2014-18.


James Borrego 2018-22.

Steve Clifford 2022-present.

Chicago Bulls

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John E. Sokolowski-USA TODAY Sports

Vinny Del Negro 2008-10.

Tom Thibodeau 2010-15.

Fred Hoiberg 2015-18.

Jim Boylen 2018-20.

Billy Donovan 2020-present.

Cleveland Cavaliers

Mike Brown 2008-10.

Byron Scott 2010-13.

Mike Brown 2013-14.

David Blatt 2014-16.

Tyronn Lue 2016-18.

Larry Drew 2018-19.

John Beilein 2019-20.

J.B. Bickenstaff 2020-present.

Dallas Mavericks

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Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Rick Carlisle 2008-21.

Jason Kidd 2021-present.

Denver Nuggets

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Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

George Karl 2004-13.

Brian Shaw 2013-15.

*Melvin Hunt 2015.

Michael Malones 2015-present.

Detroit Pistons

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Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Michael Curry 2008-09.

John Kuester 2009-11.

Lawrence Frank 2011-13.


Maurice Cheeks 2013-14.

*John Loyer 2014.

2014-18 Stan Van Gundy.

2018-23 Dwane Casey.

Golden State Warriors

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Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports

Don Nelson 2006-10.

Keith Smart 2010-11.

Mark Jackson 2011-14.

Steve Kerr 2014-present.

Houston Rockets

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Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Rick Adelman 2007-11.

Kevin McHale 2011-15.

J.B. Bickerstaff 2015-16.

Mike D’Antoni 2016-20.

Stephen Silas 2020-23.

Ime Udoka 2023-present.

Indiana Pacers

Jim O’Brien 2007-11.

Frank Vogel 2011-16.

Nate McMillan 2016-20.

Nate Bjorkgren 2020-21.

Rick Carlisle 2021-present.

Los Angeles Clippers

Mike Dunleavy Sr. 2003-10.

*Kim Hughes 2010.

Vinny Del Negro 2010-13.

Doc Rivers 2013-20.

Tyronn Lue 2020-present.

Los Angeles Lakers

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Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Phil Jackson 2005-11.


Mike Brown 2011-12.

*Bernie Bickerstaff 2012.

Mike D’Antoni 2012-14.

Byron Scott 2014-16.

Luke Walton 2016-19.

Frank Vogel 2019-22.

Darvin Ham 2022-present.

Memphis Grizzlies

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Petre Thomas-USA TODAY Sports

Marc Iavaroni 2007-09.

*Johnny Davis 2009.

Lionel Hollins 2009-13.

Dave Joerger 2013-16.

David Fizdale 2016-17.

J.B. Bickerstaff 2017-19.

Taylor Jenkins 2019-present.

Miami Heat

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Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Erik Spoelstra 2008-present.

Milwaukee Bucks

Scott Skiles 2008-123.

*Jim Boylan 2013.

Larry Drew 2013-14.

Jason Kidd 2014-18.

*Joe Prunty 2018.

Mike Budenholzer 2018-23.

Minnesota Timberwolves

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Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Kevin McHale 2008-09.

Kurt Rambis 2009-11.

Rick Adelman 2011-14.

Flip Saunders 2014-15.


Sam Mitchell 2015-16.

Tom Thibodeau 2016-19.

Ryan Saunders 2019-21.

Chris Finch 2021-present.

New Orleans Hornets/Pelicans

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Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports

Byron Scott 2004-09.

*Jeff Bower 2009-10.

Monty Williams 2010-15.

Alvin Gentry 2015-20.

Stan Van Gundy 2020-21.

Willie Green 2021-present.

New York Knicks

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Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports

Mike D’Antoni 2008-12.

Mike Woodson 2012-14.

Derek Fisher 2014-16.

*Kurt Rambis 2016.

Jeff Hornacek 2016-18.

David Fizdale 2018-19.

*Mike Miller 2019-20.

Tom Thibodeau 2020-present.

Oklahoma City Thunder

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Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports

P.J. Carlesimo 2008.

Scott Brooks 2008-15.

Billy Donovan 2015-20.

Mark Daigneault 2020-present.

Orlando Magic

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Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports

Stan Van Gundy 2007-12.

Jacque Vaughn 2012-15.


*James Borrego 2015.

Scott Skiles 2015-16.

Frank Vogel 2016-18.

Steve Clifford 2018-21.

Jamahl Mosley 2021-present.

Philadelphia 76ers

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Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

*Tony DiLeo 2008-09

Eddie Jordan 2009-10.

Doug Collins 2010-13.

Brett Brown 2013-2020.

Doc Rivers 2020-23.

Nick Nurse 2023-present.

Phoenix Suns

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Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

Terry Porter 2008-09.

Alvin Gentry 2009-13.

*Lindsey Hunter 2013.

Jeff Hornacek 2013-16/

Earl Watson 2016-17.

Jay Triano 2017-18.

Igor Kokoskov 2018-19.

Monty Williams 2019-23.

Portland Trail Blazers

Nate McMillan 2005-12.

*Kaleb Canales 2012.

Terry Stotts 2012-21.

Chauncey Billups 2021-present.

Sacramento Kings

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Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

*Kenny Natt 2008-09.

Paul Westphal 2009-12.


Keith Smart 2012-13.

Michael Malone 2013-14.

*Tyrone Corbin 2014-15.

George Karl 2015-16.

Dave Joerger 2016-19.

Luke Walton 2019-21.

Alvin  Gentry 2021-22.

Mike Brown 2022-present.

San Antonio Spurs

Gregg Popovich 1996-present.

Toronto Raptors

Jay Triano 2009-11.

Dwane Casey 2011-18.

Nick Nurse 2018-23.

Utah Jazz

Jerry Sloan 1988-2011.

Tyrone Corbin 2011-14.

Quin Snyder 2014-22.

Will Hardy 2022-present.

Washington Wizards

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Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

*Ed Tapscott 2008-09.

Flip Saunders 2009-12.

Randy Wittman 2012-16.

Scott Brooks 2016-21.

Wes Unseld Jr. 2021-present.

Story originally appeared on List Wire

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