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Robert M. (Bob) Hopkins (born November 3, 1934 in Jonesboro, Louisiana) is a former National Basketball Association player and coach. He played college ball at Grambling, and then played in the NBA for four seasons with the Syracuse Nationals. He later would coach the Seattle SuperSonics during part of the 1977-1978 season, posting a 5-17 record before being fired midseason. He was replaced by Lenny Wilkens, who led the Sonics to the NBA Finals that and next season, winning the NBA championship in 1979.

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Preceded by
Bill Russell
Seattle SuperSonics Head Coach
1977
Succeeded by
Lenny Wilkens

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