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Stan Van Gundy

Named head coach of the Orlando Magic on June 7, 2007, following the two-year tenure of Brian Hill. Van Gundy previously spent 12 seasons with the Miami Heat, first as an assistant under Pat Riley, then becoming head coach for two-plus seasons. In Miami, he finished with a 112-73 record, leading the Heat to a 59-23 record and into the Eastern Conference final, where they lost to the Detroit Pistons. Riley replaced him early the next season (11-10). Prior to joining the NBA, Van Gundy was the head coach at the University of Wisconsin.
Named head coach of the Orlando Magic on June 7, 2007, following the two-year tenure of Brian Hill. Van Gundy previously spent 12 seasons with the Miami Heat, first as an assistant under Pat Riley, then becoming head coach for two-plus seasons. In Miami, he finished with a 112-73 record, leading the Heat to a 59-23 record and into the Eastern Conference final, where they lost to the Detroit Pistons. Riley replaced him early the next season (11-10). Prior to joining the NBA, Van Gundy was the head coach at the University of Wisconsin. « Show less

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  • Winslow leads Heat past Johnson, Pistons in summer league

    Winslow leads Heat past Johnson, Pistons in summer league
    The first thing Justise Winslow wanted to make clear was that it was nothing personal.
  • Bianchi: After racist murders, South Carolina should heed Spurrier, get rid of Confederate flag

    Running off at the typewriter. … In the wake of the sad and sickening racist murders in Charleston, it is time for the State of South Carolina to listen to what head ballcoach Steve Spurrier has been saying for years: Get rid of the ugly,...

    Biggest Kentucky group to date preparing for NBA draft

    John Calipari and his Kentucky pipeline to the NBA will have yet another major impact on the league's annual draft. It's nothing new, but Thursday night could be record-setting — even for the Wildcats. Calipari's first Kentucky team in 2010...

    Blood clot forces Emmaus grad Aaron Gray to retire after eight years in NBA

    With the one-year anniversary of his wedding to his wife, Loredana, approaching and with an infant son he wants to see grow up, Detroit Pistons center Aaron Gray decided to retire after a blood clot was discovered in his heart last summer. Gray, 30,...

    Pistons take Arizona SF Stanley Johnson 8th in NBA draft

    Detroit Pistons Stan Van Gundy president promised to take the best player available with the eighth pick of the first round Thursday night. And former Arizona standout Stanley Johnson is the player the Pistons deemed the best player available. The...