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Brendan Malone is an American professional basketball coach in the NBA. He was named as the first head coach (1995-96) of the Toronto Raptors, an expansion team based in Toronto, Canada. He was appointed the job by the Raptors' General Manager of the time, Isiah Thomas. He has been an assistant coach with the Indiana Pacers, New York Knicks, Detroit Pistons and as a consultant with the Seattle SuperSonics. He was the interim head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2004-05.

On July 3, 2007, Malone was one of four assistants hired to serve under new Orlando Magic head coach Stan Van Gundy.[1]

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Coaching record

Team Year Regular Season Post Season
Won Lost Win % Finish Won Lost Win % Result
TOR 1995-96 21 61 .256 8th in Central Division
CLE 2004-05 8 10 .444 4th in Central Division
2 seasons 29 71 .290 - - - - -

Source: Brendan Malone Coaching Record – Basketball-Reference.com

NBA Relatives

Michael Malone - Brendan's son, who is assistant coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers

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Preceded by
N/A
Toronto Raptors Head Coach
1995–1996
Succeeded by
Darrell Walker
Preceded by
Paul Silas
Cleveland Cavaliers head coach
2005
Succeeded by
Mike Brown
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