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| 2005-06

NBA coach Mike Dunleavy
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- Has a trip to the NBA Finals and an NBA Coach of the Year award on his resume

- Coming into 2005-06 season, his 426 career coaching victories currently rank him sixth among active coaches on the all-time NBA list

- Mike Dunleavy recently guided the Portland Trail Blazers for four seasons (1997-2001), leading them to a 190-106 (.642) record and four straight playoff appearances

- Mike Dunleavy won 1999 NBA Coach of the Year award after leading the 1998-99 Blazers to a Pacific Division-winning 35-15 record

- First head coaching opportunity came with the Los Angeles Lakers in 1990-91, when he led them to a 58-24 record and a berth in the NBA Finals

- In 1992 he went to Milwaukee, where he compiled a 107-221 (.326) record over four seasons while working two jobs: Vice President of Basketball Operations and Head Coach

- Left coaching prior to the 1996-97 season to concentrate on his general manager duties with the Bucks for one season before taking the head job in Portland

- As an NBA player, Mike Dunleavy was selected in the sixth round (99th pick overall) by Philadelphia in 1976

- Mike Dunleavy played 11 seasons in the NBA with career averages of 8.0 points and 3.9 assists in 438 games

- Played for Philadelphia (1976-78), Houston (1978-82), San Antonio (1982-83) and Milwaukee (1983-85, 1988-1990)

- A back injury prompted his unofficial retirement following the 1984-85 season

- Mike Dunleavy is a native of Brooklyn, New York

- Played collegiately at the University of South Carolina, where he finished his career as the school's third all-time leading scorer with 1,586 points

- Played his prep basketball at Nazareth High School in Brooklyn, where he earned All-New York City honors as a senior and had his number 44 jersey retired







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