FIBA Hall of Fame
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Membres du Hall of Fame
Dean Smith (États-Unis)
Né(e) en février samedi, 1931, dans in Emporio (Kansas), U.S.A.
Consacré en tant qu'entraîneur intronisé(e) au FIBA Hall of Fame en septembre mercredi, 2007.
- Assistant coach at the University of Kansas (NCAA): 1953-1954
- Assistant coach at the Air Force Academy (NCAA): 1957-1958
- Assistant coach at the University of North Carolina: 1958-1961
- Head coach of the University of North Carolina: 1961-1997
- Head coach of the U.S.A. National Team in the 1976 Montreal Olympic Games
- As a player: University of Kansas (1949-1953)
Palmarès en Club
- 2 times Champion of the NCAA: 1982 and 1993
- Champion of the 1971 NCAA's National Invitation Tournament (NIT)
- As a player: Champion of the 1952 NCAA
- Olympic Gold medalist in Montreal 1976
- With 879 wins (77.6% winning percentage), Dean Smith is the third winningest coach (after Bobby Knight & Mike Krzyzewski) in the history of the NCAA
- Second coach (after John Wooden) in history with the highest number of appearances in the NCAA's Final Four (11 times)
- 4 times National Coach of the Year: 1977, 1979, 1982 and 1993
- Named 1997 Sportsman of the Year by 'Sports Illustrated'
- Mentor Award for Lifetime Achievement by the University of North Carolina in 1998
- Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the University of North Carolina in 2007
- His impressive list of players during his 36-year career as head coach of North Carolina include names like Vince Carter, Billy Cunningham, Brad Daugherty, Antawn Jamison, Bob McAdoo, Sam Perkins, Rasheed Wallace, James Worthy… and Michael Jordan