Nate McMillan, NBA basketball coach Nate McMillan

  NBA NEWS & RUMORS
News
NBA rumors
Media Links
Basketball Blog

  EMAIL & FORUMS
Message Board
Free Email

  SCORES & STATS
Scores NBA Stats
Previews Recaps
Standings NBA Video
Schedule Transactions
  NBA FEATURES
Fantasy Basketball
Power Rankings
NBA Awards Watch
Old Articles
NBA Salaries Free Agents
Interviews Depth Charts
MVP Race Rookie Watch
NBA Draft
NBA Mock Draft



  MORE BASKETBALL
History All-Star
Business Playing Tips
NBA Throwback Jerseys
  SHOP ONLINE
  MORE LEAGUES
Olympics World / USA
Minors Summer
  WEBSITE INFO
About Us Write For Us
Advertise Contact Us
  FOLLOW US
basketball twitter
nba rss feed RSS (of our blog)


InsideHoops [NBA Coaches]

Nate McMillan

 


SHARE THIS PAGE


 








| 2005-06

NBA coach Nate McMillan
More info coming soon so check back.
- named head coach of the Portland Trailblazers on July 7, 2005

- joins the Trail Blazers after serving as Head Coach of the Seattle Supersonics since November 27, 2000, compiling record of 212-183 (.537)

- in 2004-05, Nate McMillan led Sonics to a 52-30 record and Northwest Division Championship.

- Nate McMillan as NBA player spent entire 12-year playing career with Seattle

- was named the Sonics interim Head Coach on Nov. 27, 2000 after serving as assistant coach for the previous two seasons.

- Nate McMillan was 12th head coach in the Sonics franchise’s history

- Sonics removed the interim status from McMillan’s title on Jan. 5, 2001 and signed him to a four-year contract on March 27.

- As a player, Nate McMillan was originally selected by the Sonics out of North Carolina State with the 30th overall pick in the second round of the 1986 NBA Draft

- spent his entire professional playing career in Seattle

- was known in the Seattle community as “Mr. Sonic.”

- Nate McMillan retired from playing in the NBA after the 1997-98 season. He left the hardwood as the team’s all-time leader in assists and steals

- McMillan was named to the All-NBA Defensive Second Team in 1994 and 1995

- led the league in steals in 1993-94, averaging a career-high 2.96 per game

- On March 24, 1999, the Sonics retired Nate McMillan's jersey number 10 at halftime during a game against the Washington Wizards. He became just the fourth Sonics player in the history of the franchise to have his number retired, joining team legends Fred Brown, Jack Sikma and Lenny Wilkens

- On March 19, 2001, the National Junior College Men’s Basketball Coaches Association inducted McMillan into their Hall of Fame as a player

- played junior college basketball for Chowan College in Murfreesboro, N.C. from 1982 to 1984, where he led the team to the 1984 NJCAA National Tournament and was named NJCAA All-American. He played his next two seasons for North Carolina State University

- Nate McMillan was born Aug. 3, 1964.







MAIN BASKETBALL SECTIONS
Home
NBA
College
High School
Streetball
WNBA
D-League
Basketball Forum
BASKETBALL SOCIAL MEDIA
On Twitter
RSS (of our blog)
On YouTube
On Facebook
On Google+
On Instagram
KEY BBALL SITE INFO
About Us
Contact Us
Advertise
Write For Us

All content copyright © 1999-2014, InsideHoops.com. All rights reserved. Privacy Policy. Terms of Use.
Partner with USA TODAY Sports Digital Properties. Owned by InsideHoops Media Inc.