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Bill Berry is a basketball coach who coached two games for the Chicago Bulls on an interim basis, during the 2001-2002 season. He was an assistant for the Bulls at the time, and was named as interim head coach when Tim Floyd left the team, and was soon after replaced by Bill Cartwright. The Bulls lost both games that Berry coached. On September 7, 2006, the Washington Wizards of the NBA announced that Bill Berry would join the team as an assistant coach to head coach Eddie Jordan.

Preceded by
Tim Floyd
Chicago Bulls head coach
2002 (interim)
Succeeded by
Bill Cartwright


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