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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

Top Stan Van Gundy Articles

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  • Heat's Dwyane Wade recalls his fast start as a rookie

    Heat's Dwyane Wade recalls his fast start as a rookie
    At Tuesday's shootaround, there was much talk about young players fitting in, and it had  guard Dwyane Wade thinking back to his rookie season. Wade said it took him about a month before getting comfortable as a scorer. He often deferred to...
  • Johnson overpowers Pistons in Nets victory

    Johnson overpowers Pistons in Nets victory AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- Joe Johnson saw a handful of defenders try to guard him on Saturday night. All of them failed. Johnson, Brooklyn's veteran swingman, poured in a game-high 34 points and the Nets...
  • Preview: Nets at Pistons

    Someone will get their first win of the season Saturday when the Detroit Pistons host the Brooklyn Nets in their home opener. It's the start of a four-game homestand for the Pistons, who dropped games at Denver and Minnesota to start the season. The...
  • NBA Coast to Coast: Rubio extension talks put Saunders in a quandry

    Talks were tense and tempers flared as the Minnesota Timberwolves and Ricky Rubio's representatives tried to hammer out a contract extension before the Friday deadline, which isn't all that uncommon with the kind of big-money deal Rubio received in the...
  • Nets 102, Pistons 90

    The Sports Xchange By Dana Gauruder, The Sports Xchange Nets 102, Pistons 90 AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- Joe Johnson poured in a game-high 34 points and the Brooklyn Nets spoiled the Detroit Pistons' home opener with a 102-90 win on Saturday night at The...
  • Bad blood between Kobe, Dwight on display

    Bad blood between Kobe, Dwight on display
    No matter what Kobe Bryant thinks of former Magic star Dwight Howard — and his feelings are quite clear after an on-court spat — their split was Kobe's loss. Kobe needed Dwight more than Dwight needed Kobe in L.A. if he wanted to salvage the...
  • Pistons point guard Jennings: 'I'll be the backup'

    MINNEAPOLIS Stan Van Gundy insists he isn't singling out Brandon Jennings. And with the Detroit Pistons taking on water all over a badly listing ship after Thursday night's 97-91 loss to the Timberwolves, you are inclined to believe him. But that doesn'...
  • Timberwolves hold off Pistons' late rally

    The Sports Xchange By Nate Sandell, The Sports Xchange Timberwolves hold off Pistons' late rally MINNEAPOLIS -- As far as first impressions go, Thaddeus Young has so far been about as good as the Minnesota Timberwolves could have asked for. The...
  • Pistons point guard Jennings surprised at lack of usage

    DENVER Detroit Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy had a curt answer when asked Wednesday night about his rotation at point guard. Starter Brandon Jennings received only 20 minutes in the season-opening 89-79 loss to the Denver Nuggets. He exited the game for...
  • Nuggets 89, Pistons 79

    Nuggets 89, Pistons 79: Kenneth Faried finished with 22 points and 17 rebounds and host Denver survived a back-and-forth affair in the opener for both teams. Arron Afflalo scored 15 points for the Nuggets, who shot 35.3 percent from the floor and did...
  • Pistons fall in season opener to Nuggets, 89-79

    DENVER The Stan Van Gundy era got off to a rocky start when the Pistons could only manage 16 points in the fourth quarter and six in the last 6:18, as they fell to the Nuggets, 89-79. The Nuggets were able to get 19 points and 16 rebounds from Kenneth...