Tom Thibodeau was named head coach of the Chicago Bulls on June 23, 2010. He is the 18th head coach of the NBA franchise. The Bulls won 62 games in his inaugural season, making him one of only three coaches to win 60 or more games in his first year. He broke the NBA record for fastest coach to 100 wins, reaching the milestone in his 130th game. Thibodeau was named coach of the year for the 2010-11 season and finished runner-up to Gregg Popovich of the San Antonio Spurs for the award in 2011-12. His record with the Bulls at the end of the 2013-14 season was 205-107 and he has coached the team to four playoff trips, with a record of 17-22. Before coaching the Bulls, he was an assistant head coach with the Boston Celtics in 2007-10. During that time, the Celtics went to the NBA finals twice and won in 2008. He has also coached for the Minnesota Timberwolves (1989-91), San Antonio Spurs (1992-94), Philadelphia 76ers (1994-96), New York Knicks (1996-2003) and Houston Rockets (2003-07). Thibodeau was born in New Britain, Conn., on Jan. 17, 1958, and has a bachelor's and master's degrees in counseling from Salem State University in Massachusetts.