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Cliff Levingston
Full name Clifford Eugene Levingston
Date of birth January 4, 1961 (1961-01-04) (age 49)
Place of birth San Diego, California, U.S.
Current position Head Coach
Current Team Oklahoma Cavalry
Years with Team 2007-present
Previous Teams Detroit Pistons 1982-1984
Atlanta Hawks 1984-1990
Chicago Bulls 1990-1992
PAOK BC 1992-1994
Denver Nuggets 1994-1995
Fort Wayne Fury 2000-2001
Dodge City Legend 2001-2002
Harlem Globetrotters 2003-2004
St. Louis Flight 2004-2005
Gary Steelheads 2005-2007
Kansas Cagerz 2006
Years as Player 1982-1995
Championships as Player 2
Years as Coach 2000-present
Championships as Coach 1
Height 6’8”
Weight 225 lb

Infobox last updated on: November 27, 2007.

Clifford Eugene Levingston (born January 4, 1961 in San Diego, California) is a retired American basketball player in the NBA. Levingston starred at Wichita State University before being drafted by the Detroit Pistons in 1982. After two seasons with the Pistons, he was traded to the Atlanta Hawks, with whom he would spend the prime of his career.

After six seasons with the Hawks, Levingston joined the Chicago Bulls, with whom he won two championship rings in 1991 and 1992. From 1992 to 1994 he played overseas for PAOK BC of the Greek League as such he played in the final four of the European championship. In 1994 he returned to America and joined the Denver Nuggets, and retired from the league in 1995 with career totals of 5,888 points, 4,307 rebounds, and 593 blocked shots.

In 2000, Levingston began his coaching career as an assistant coach with the Fort Wayne Fury of the CBA. In 2001, he served as an assistant coach with the Dodge City Legend of the USBL. In 2002, he returned to Dodge City to serve his first stint as a professional league head coach; that year the Legends won the USBL title, and Levingston was named USBL Coach of the Year.

In 2003, he was sentenced to four months in prison for failure to pay child support.[1]

From 2003 to 2004, Levingston served as an assistant coach for the Harlem Globetrotters. In 2004, he coached the St. Louis Flight of the ABA.

As of 2005, Levingston was hired as assistant coach of the Gary Steelheads of the CBA; that year the Steelheads played their best season in franchise history, though they lost the Championship game. In 2006, he briefly served as assistant coach for the Kansas Cagerz, and in November he was officially hired by the Gary Steelheads (of the USBL), as head coach for the 2007 season.

In the fall of 2007 Micheal Ray Richardson was fired by the Oklahoma Cavalry of the CBA. Levingston was hired to replace him.


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