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Kenny Natt
Position(s) Guard
Jersey #(s) 3, 18, 2
Listed height 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Listed weight 185 lb (84 kg)
Born October 5, 1958 (1958-10-05) (age 51)
Monroe, Louisiana, USA
Career information
Year(s) 1980–1985
NBA Draft 1980 / Round: 2 / Pick: 30

Selected by Indiana Pacers

College University of Louisiana-Monroe
Professional team(s)
Career stats (NBA and/or ABA)
Points     150
Rebounds     40
Assists     41
Stats @
Career highlights and awards
  • None

Kenneth (known Ken or Kenny) Wayne Natt (born October 5, 1958, in Monroe, Louisiana) is a retired American professional basketball player and ex-interim head coach for the NBA's Sacramento Kings.[1] He was a 6'3" 185 lb (84 kg) guard and played collegiately at the University of Louisiana-Monroe and had a three-year NBA playing career. After serving as an assistant with the Cleveland Cavaliers from 2004 to 2007,[2] Natt was named to the coaching staff of newly-appointed Kings head coach and former Kansas City Kings teammate Reggie Theus in 2007.[3] He was subsequently named interim head coach on the firing of Theus, but he himself was fired on April 24, 2009, after the Kings finished with an NBA season-low 17 wins.[4]

Kenny Natt was selected with the 7th pick of the second round (30th overall) in the 1980 NBA Draft by the Indiana Pacers.[2][5] He played for three different teams until the 1984–85 season.

After his brief NBA career concluded, he played for seven[6] total teams in the CBA and the WBL.[2]

Natt was an assistant coach for the Utah Jazz under Jerry Sloan for nine years until joining the Cleveland Cavaliers' coaching staff in 2004.[7] He has also coached in the CBA and the Canadian NBL with the Cape Breton Breakers, and worked as an assistant coach at Youngstown State University and as a player scout for the Jazz and for the WBL.[2]

In 2003, Kenny Natt was inducted into the Northeast Louisiana State University Hall of Fame.[2] He is the younger brother of former NBA All-Star Calvin Natt.[6]


  1. ^ Theus becomes 6th NBA coach fired this season, updated December 15, 2008
  2. ^ a b c d e Kenny Natt coach profile
  3. ^ Kings hire Kenny Natt as assistant coach, updated July 7, 2007
  4. ^ Kings fire interim coach Natt, four assistant coaches, updated April 24, 2009
  5. ^ Pacers Media Guide: NBA Years 1976-PresentPDF (653 KiB); retrieved April 13, 2007
  6. ^ a b An exciting time for Natt By MARQ MITCHAM June 5, 2007
  7. ^ 2004-05 Cleveland Cavaliers Media GuidePDF (674 KiB); retrieved June 14, 2007

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Preceded by
Reggie Theus
Sacramento Kings Head Coach
2008–2009 (interim)
Succeeded by
Paul Westphal


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