RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

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

Top Stan Van Gundy Articles see all

Displaying items 1-5
  • Pistons coach Van Gundy says Jennings was on board with acquisition of Jackson

    After the Pistons acquired point guard Reggie Jackson at the Feb. 19 trade deadline, team president/coach Stan Van Gundy shared the news with several members of the team via phone.
  • Ira Winderman: Nothing minor league about Heat D-League approach

    Ira Winderman: Nothing minor league about Heat D-League approach
    With his emotional postgame interview after Wednesday night's victory over the Orlando Magic, Henry Walker made it clear just how meaningful this second NBA chance has become with the Miami Heat. And yet when he hears play calls from the bench, it's...

    Tayshaun Prince blindsided by trade to Pistons

    As always, Tayshaun Prince was direct and to the point. "Pissed off" was one of the many of emotions he felt Thursday when he learned he was being traded from the Boston Celtics to the Pistons the team he spent more than a decade with. But the anger...

    The Times' NBA rankings

    The Times' NBA rankings
    Barry Stavro ranks the 30 teams. Last week's ranking in parentheses, statistics are through Friday's games: 1. GOLDEN STATE: Warriors keep rolling, their 24-2 record at home is the best in the league. (1) 2. MEMPHIS: Mike Conley, never an All-Star, is...

    Van Gundy: Celtics responsible if Prince wanted buyout

    It's understandable if Tayshaun Prince would prefer to play for a team with NBA title aspirations not a team fighting just to make the postseason for the first time since the 2008-09 season. Detroit Pistons czar Stan Van Gundy empathizes with that...