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John Wooden, inducted as player in 1960 and as a coach in 1973

The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame honors players who have shown exceptional skill at basketball, all-time great coaches, referees, and other major contributors to the sport. Located in Springfield, Massachusetts, the Basketball Hall of Fame is named after Dr. James Naismith, who invented the sport in 1891; he was inducted into the Hall as a contributor in 1959.[1] The Coach category has existed since the beginning of the Hall of Fame. For a person to be inducted to the Basketball Hall of Fame as a coach, they must either be "fully retired for five years" or, if they are still active, "have coached as either a fulltime assistant or head coach on the high school and/or college and/or professional level" for 25 years.[2]

As part of the inaugural class of 1959, three coaches were inducted (Forrest C. "Phog" Allen, Henry Clifford Carlson and Walter E. Meanwell); in total, eighty-two coaches have been inducted into the Hall of Fame. Don Haskins, inducted in 1997, was the coach of the 1966 Texas Western basketball team, which was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2007. Eight of the inducted coaches were born outside the United States: Cesare Rubini, Aleksandr J. Gomelsky, Antonio Díaz-Miguel, Aleksandar "Aza" Nikolić, Geno Auriemma, Alessandro "Sandro" Gamba, Mirko Novosel, and Pedro Ferrándiz. Seven of the inducted coaches are women: L. Margaret Wade, Jody Conradt, Pat Head Summitt, Sandra Kay Yow, Sue Gunter, Cathy Rush, and C. Vivian Stringer. Three coaches have also been inducted as players: John Wooden, Bill Sharman, and Lenny Wilkens. Jerry Sloan and Stringer are the most recent coaches to have been inducted.

Coaches

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Clifford Carlson, inducted in 1959
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Walter Meanwell, inducted in 1959
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Red Auerbach, inducted in 1969
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Dean Smith, inducted in 1983
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Bob Knight, inducted in 1991
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Lou Carnesecca, inducted in 1992
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Chuck Daly, inducted in 1994
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Jody Conradt, inducted in 1998
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Pat Summitt, inducted in 2000
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Mike Krzyzewski, inducted in 2001
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Geno Auriemma, inducted in 2006
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Van Chancellor, inducted in 2007
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Phil Jackson, inducted in 2007
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Pat Riley, inducted in 2008
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C. Vivian Stringer, inducted in 2009
Year Inductees Achievements[a] Ref.
1959 Allen, Forrest C. "Phog"Forrest C. "Phog" Allen Helms Foundation championship (Kansas, 1923); National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) National Coach of the Year (1950); National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) championship (Kansas, 1952); Olympic gold medal (Helsinki, 1952) [3]
1959 Carlson, Henry CliffordHenry Clifford Carlson Created Figure 8 offense in 1922; Helms Foundation championship (Pittsburgh; 1928, 1930) [4]
1959 Meanwell, Walter E.Walter E. Meanwell Eight Big Ten Conference championships (Wisconsin; 1912–14, 1916, 1921, 1923–24, 1929); charter member of National Basketball Coaches Association [5]
1960 Blood, Ernest A.Ernest A. Blood Coached Passaic High School to a high school record 159-game winning streak and seven high school state championships; five prep-school state championships (St. Benedict's) [6]
1960 Keaney, Frank W.Frank W. Keaney Led University of Rhode Island to four National Invitation Tournament (NIT) berths; University of Rhode Island Gymnasium dedicated in his honor in 1953; first coach to be signed by the Boston Celtics [7]
1960 Lambert, Ward L.Ward L. Lambert 11 Big Ten Conference championships (Purdue); Helms Foundation championship (Purdue, 1932); inducted into Helms Foundation Hall of Fame; Most Outstanding Coach by Esquire (1945) [8]
1961 Keogan, George E.George E. Keogan Two Helms Foundation championships (1927, 1936) [9]
1961 Sachs, Leonard D.Leonard D. Sachs Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) championship (Illinois Athletic Club, 1917) [10]
1964 Loeffler, Kenneth D. "Ken"Kenneth D. "Ken" Loeffler Basketball Association of America (BAA) Western Division championship (St. Louis, 1948); National Invitation Tournament (NIT) championship (La Salle, 1952); NCAA championship (La Salle, 1954); East All-Star coach in College All-Star Game (1955) [11]
1965 Hobson, Howard A.Howard A. Hobson NCAA championship (Oregon, 1939); member and treasurer of National Basketball Rules Committee; member of U.S. Olympic Basketball Olympic Committee [12]
1966 Dean, Everett S.Everett S. Dean Three Big Ten Conference championships (Indiana; 1926, 1928, 1936); NCAA championship (Stanford, 1942) [13]
1968 Cann, Howard G.Howard G. Cann National Coach of the Year (1947); NIT championship (NYU, 1948) [14]
1968 Gill, Amory T.Amory T. Gill Five Pacific Coast Conference championships (Oregon State; 1933, 1947, 1949, 1955, 1958); eight Far West Conference championships; coached 1964 NABC All-Star Game [15]
1968 Julian, Alvin F.Alvin F. Julian NCAA championship (Holy Cross, 1947); three Ivy League championships (Dartmouth; 1956, 1958–59) [16]
1969 Auerbach, Arnold J. "Red"Arnold J. "Red" Auerbach Nine National Basketball Association (NBA) championships (Boston Celtics; 1957, 1959–66); coached NBA All-Star Game (1957–67); NBA Coach of the Year (1965); NBA Executive of the Year (1980) [17]
1969 Iba, Henry P. "Hank"Henry P. "Hank" Iba Two-time National Coach of the Year (Oklahoma A&M; 1945–46); 14 Missouri Valley Conference championships (Oklahoma A&M); Big Eight championship (Oklahoma A&M, 1965); only coach in history to win two Olympic gold medals [18]
1969 Rupp, Adolph F.Adolph F. Rupp NIT championship (Kentucky, 1946); four NCAA championships (Kentucky; 1948, 1949, 1951, 1958); four-time National and Southeastern Conference Coach of the Year; co-coached U.S. Olympic team (London, 1948); 27 Southeastern Conference championships (Kentucky) [19]
1970 Carnevale, Bernard L. "Ben"Bernard L. "Ben" Carnevale Southern Conference championship (North Carolina, 1945); NCAA championship (North Carolina, 1946); College Coach of the Year, 1947; five NCAA and two NIT tournament appearances (Navy) [20]
1972 Diddle, Edgar A. "Ed"Edgar A. "Ed" Diddle First coach in NCAA history to coach 1,000 games at one school; three NCAA and eight NIT tournament appearances (Western Kentucky); won 32 conference titles in 3 conferences; pioneer of fast break basketball [21]
1973 Drake, BruceBruce Drake Three NCAA tournament appearances and six conference championships (Oklahoma; 1939, 1943, 1947); Chairman of NCAA Rules Committee (1951–55); co-coached U.S. Olympic team (Melbourne, 1956) [22]
1973 Lonborg, Arthur C. "Dutch"Arthur C. "Dutch" Lonborg AAU championship (Washburn, 1925); Big Ten Conference championship (Northwestern, 1931); chaired the NCAA Tournament Committee (1947–60); manager of U.S. Olympic team (Rome, 1960) [23]
1973 Wooden, John R.John R. Wooden NCAA College Basketball Coach of the Year (1964, 1967, 1969–70, 1972–73); The Sporting News Sportsman of the Year (1970); Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year (1973); compiled a 885–203 (.813) record during his 40-year coaching career [24]
1976 Litwack, HarryHarry Litwack NCAA Final Four (Temple; 1956, 1958) [25]
1977 McGuire, Frank J.Frank J. McGuire NCAA runner-up (St. John's, 1952); NCAA championship (North Carolina, 1957); National Coach of the Year (St. Johns, 1952; North Carolina, 1957; South Carolina, 1970); ACC Coach of the Year (North Carolina, 1957; South Carolina, 1971) [26]
1979 Barry, Justin M. "Sam"Justin M. "Sam" Barry Illinois Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championships (Knox College; 1919–20); Big Ten Conference championship (Iowa, 1923); Pacific Coast Conference championships (USC; 1930, 1935, 1940); NCAA third-place finish (USC, 1940) [27]
1979 Hickey, Edgar S. "Ed"Edgar S. "Ed" Hickey 4 Missouri Valley Conference championships (Creighton); NIT championship (St. Louis, 1948); Cotton Bowl (1949) and Sugar Bowl (1950, 1952) championships (St. Louis); United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) Coach of the Year (1959) [28]
1979 Meyer, Raymond J. "Ray"Raymond J. "Ray" Meyer NCAA Final Four (DePaul, 1943, 1979); NIT championship (DePaul, 1945); USBWA Coach of the Year (1978); NABC Coach of the Year (1979) [29]
1980 Shelton, Everett F.Everett F. Shelton Developed five-man weave offense; AAU national championship (Denver Safeways, 1937); NCAA championship (Wyoming, 1943) [30]
1981 McCutchan, Arad A.Arad A. McCutchan Five NCAA College Division championships (Evansville; 1959–60, 1964–65, 1971); NCAA College Division Coach of the Year (1964–65); coached the Olympic Trials teams (1960, 1968) [31]
1982 Case, Everett N.Everett N. Case 4 state championships (Frankfort High School; 1925, 1929, 1936, 1939); six Southern Conference titles (NC State; 1947–52); 4 Atlantic Coast Conference titles (NC State; 1954–56, 1959); ACC Coach of the Year (1954–55, 1958) [32]
1982 Gaines, Clarence E.Clarence E. Gaines 12 Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) championships; CIAA Coach of the Year (1961, 1963, 1970, 1975, 1980); NCAA College Division championship (Winston Salem State, 1967); NCAA College Division Coach of the Year (1967) [33]
1983 Smith, Dean E.Dean E. Smith NIT championship (North Carolina, 1971); NCAA championship (North Carolina; 1982, 1993); Olympic gold medal (Montreal, 1976); Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year (1997) [34]
1984 Gardner, James H. "Jack"James H. "Jack" Gardner National Coach of the Year (1970); three Big Seven titles (Kansas State); five Skyline Conference titles (Utah); coached NABC East-West All-Star (1953, 1960, 1964) [35]
1985 Anderson, W. HaroldW. Harold Anderson NIT third place finish (Toledo, 1942); six NIT and three NCAA tournament berths (Bowling Green); first coach to take two different schools to the NIT; President of NABC (1962–63) [36]
1985 Harshman, Marv K.Marv K. Harshman National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) championship game (Pacific Lutheran, 1959); coached U.S. Pan American gold medal (1975); seven-time NAIA District I Coach of the Year; Kodak Coach of the Year NCAA Division I (1984) [37]
1985 Wade, L. MargaretL. Margaret Wade All-Conference (Delta State; 1930–32); Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) National Championships (Delta State; 1975–77) [38]
1986 Holzman, William "Red"William "Red" Holzman National Basketball League (NBL) All-Star First-Team (1946, 1948); NBA Coach of the Year (1970); three NBA championships (Rochester Royals, 1951; New York Knicks, 1970, 1973) [39]
1986 Taylor, Fred R.Fred R. Taylor NCAA championship (Ohio State, 1960); NCAA Final Four (1960–62, 1968); won or shared seven Big Ten Conference titles (1960–62, 1963–64, 1968, 1971); Coach of the Year by USBWA and United Press International (1961–62) [40]
1986 Watts, Stanley H. "Stan"Stanley H. "Stan" Watts Two NIT championships (BYU; 1951, 1966); eight conference titles: Mountain State Athletic Conference (1950–51), Skyline Conference (1957), Western Athletic Conference (1965, 1967, 1969, 1971–72); 11 postseason tournaments (4 NITs, seven NCAAs) [41]
1988 Miller, Ralph H.Ralph H. Miller Associated Press National Coach of the Year (1981–82); conference championships (1964, 1968, 1970, 1980–82); Pac-10 Coach of the Year (1975, 1981) [42]
1991 Knight, Robert M. "Bob"Robert M. "Bob" Knight NCAA championship (Ohio State as a player, 1960 and Indiana as a coach; 1976, 1981, 1987); Big Ten Conference Coach of the Year (1973, 1975–76, 1980–81); National Coach of the Year (1975–87, 1989); Olympic gold medal (Los Angeles, 1984) [43]
1992 Carnesecca, Louis P. "Lou"Louis P. "Lou" Carnesecca Big East Conference Coach of the Year (1983, 1985–86); National Coach of the Year by USBWA (1983, 1985) and NABC (1985); NCAA Final Four (St. John's, 1985); NIT championship (St. John's, 1989) [44]
1992 McGuire, Alfred J. "Al"Alfred J. "Al" McGuire NIT championship (Marquette, 1970); National Coach of the Year (1971); NABC Coach of the Year (1974); NCAA championship (1977) [45]
1992 Ramsay, John T. "Jack"John T. "Jack" Ramsay NCAA Final Four (St. Joseph's College, 1965); NBA championship (Portland Trail Blazers, 1977); led Portland to playoffs 9 times in 10 seasons; retired as the NBA's second winningest coach [46]
1992 Woolpert, Phillip D. "Phil"Phillip D. "Phil" Woolpert NCAA championship (San Francisco; 1955–56); Coach of the Year (1955–56); NCAA third place finish (San Francisco, 1957); Pacific Coach of the Year (1957–58) [47]
1994 Crum, Denzil E. "Denny"Denzil E. "Denny" Crum USA World University Games gold medal (1977); National Coach of the Year (1980, 1983, 1986); three NIT tournaments and the 1985 NIT Semifinals (Louisville); 12 regular season Metro Conference titles and 11 Metro Conference championships (Louisville) [48]
1994 Daly, Charles J. "Chuck"Charles J. "Chuck" Daly Ivy League championship (Pennsylvania; 1972–75); NBA championships (Detroit Pistons, 1989–90); three Eastern and Central Division titles (Detroit Pistons; 1988–90); Olympic gold medal (Barcelona, 1992) [49]
1994 Rubini, CesareCesare Rubini Olympic silver medal (Moscow, 1980); European Championships gold medal (1983); European Championships bronze medal (1985); 10 Italian Basketball championships (1957–60, 1962–63, 1965–67, 1972) [50]
1995 Gomelsky, Aleksandr J.Aleksandr J. Gomelsky Eight European Championships (1959, 1961, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1969, 1979, 1981); World Championships (1967, 1982); Olympic gold medal (Seoul, 1988); three-time European Coach of the Year [51]
1995 Kundla, John A.John A. Kundla NBL championship (Minneapolis Lakers, 1948); BAA championship (Minneapolis Lakers, 1949); NBA championship (Minneapolis Lakers, 1950, 1952–54); coached 4 NBA All-Star Games (1951–54) [52]
1997 Carril, Peter J. "Pete"Peter J. "Pete" Carril 13 Ivy League championships (Princeton); NIT championship (Princeton, 1975); 13 postseason tournaments (Princeton; 11 NCAA, 2 NIT); led nation in defensive points allowed (14 times) [53]
1997 Díaz-Miguel, AntonioAntonio Díaz-Miguel European Championships silver medal (1973, 1983); Spain's Coach of the Year (1981–82); Olympic silver medal (Los Angeles, 1984); Spanish Coach of the Decade for the 1980s [54]
1997 Haskins, Donald L. "Don"Donald L. "Don" Haskins NCAA championship (Texas Western, 1966); had the fourth-most wins in NCAA history (1999) [55]
1998 Conradt, JodyJody Conradt National Coach of the Year (1980, 1984, 1986, 1997); NCAA championship (Texas, 1986); Southwestern Conference Coach of the Year (1984–85, 1987–88, 1996); Women's Basketball Hall of Fame (1999) [56]
1998 Hannum, Alexander M. "Alex"Alexander M. "Alex" Hannum AAU championship (Wichita Vickers, 1959); NBA Coach of the Year (1964); American Basketball Association (ABA) Coach of the Year (1969) [57]
1998 Nikolić, Aleksandar "Aza"Aleksandar "Aza" Nikolić European Coach of the Year (1966, 1976); European Championship (1977); World Championship (1978) [58]
1998 Wilkens, Leonard R. "Lenny"Leonard R. "Lenny" Wilkens NBA championship (Seattle SuperSonics, 1979); assistant coach of U.S. gold medal basketball team (Barcelona, 1992); NBA Coach of the Year (1994); Olympic gold medal (Atlanta, 1996) [59]
1999 Moore, Billie J.Billie J. Moore AIAW championship (California State-Fullerton, 1970); AIAW Final Four (1970, 1972, 1975, 1978–79); Olympic silver medal (Montreal, 1976); AIAW Championship (UCLA, 1978) [60]
1999 Thompson, John R.John R. Thompson NCAA championship (Georgetown, 1984); NCAA Final Fours (1982, 1984–85); National Coach of the Year (1984, 1985–87); Big East Coach of the Year (1980, 1987, 1992) [61]
2000 Summitt, Pat HeadPat Head Summitt Olympic gold medal, (Los Angeles, 1984); six NCAA championships (Tennessee; 1987, 1989, 1991, 1996–98); Naismith College Coach of the Year (1987, 1989, 1994, 1998); Naismith Coach of the Century (2000) [62]
2000 Wootten, Morgan B.Morgan B. Wootten Five high school national championships (DeMatha High School; 1962, 1965, 1968, 1978, 1984); USA Today National Coach of the Year (1984); Walt Disney Award (1991); Naismith Scholastic Coach of the Century (2000) [63]
2001 Chaney, JohnJohn Chaney NCAA Division II (Cheyney State, 1978); Division II National Coach of the Year (1978); USBWA National Coach of the Year (1987–88); Atlantic 10 Conference Coach of the Year (1984–85, 1987–88, 2000) [64]
2001 Krzyzewski, Michael "Mike"Michael "Mike" Krzyzewski Three national championships (Duke; 1991–92, 2001); 10 NCAA Final Fours (1986, 1988–92, 1994, 1999, 2001, 2004); winningest active coach in the NCAA tournament [65]
2002 Brown, LarryLarry Brown NCAA championship (Kansas, 1988); USA Basketball National Coach of the Year (1999); NBA Coach of the Year (2001) [66]
2002 Olson, Robert "Lute"Robert "Lute" Olson NCAA championship (Arizona, 1997); National Coach of the Year (1988, 1990); gold medal coach at Jones Cup (1984) and World Championships (1986) [67]
2002 Yow, Sandra KaySandra Kay Yow NCAA Final Four (N.C. State, 1998); Olympic gold medal (Seoul, 1988); enshrined in Women's Basketball Hall of Fame (2000) [68]
2003 Barmore, LeonLeon Barmore Naismith National Coach of the Year (1982); nine NCAA Final Fours; reached 500 wins faster than any other coach in women's basketball history [69]
2004 Sharman, BillBill Sharman Only coach to win professional championships and Coach of the Year honors the same season in three different leagues (American Basketball League, Cleveland Pipers, 1962; ABA, Utah Stars, 1971; NBA, Los Angeles Lakers, 1972); coached the Los Angeles Lakers to an NBA-record 33 consecutive victories (1971–72) [70]
2005 Boeheim, JimJim Boeheim National championship (Syracuse, 2003); Big East Conference Coach of the Year (1984, 1991, 2000); three NCAA Final Fours (1987, 1996, 2003); USA Basketball National Coach of the Year (2001) [71]
2005 Calhoun, JimJim Calhoun National championships (Connecticut; 1999, 2004); NIT Championship (Connecticut, 1988); National Coach of the Year (1990); Big East Conference Coach of the Year (1990, 1994, 1996, 1998) [72]
2005 Gunter, SueSue Gunter National Coach of the Year (1983); enshrined in the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame (2001) [73]
2006 Auriemma, GenoGeno Auriemma Six National championships (Connecticut; 1995, 2000, 2002–04, 2009); National Coach of the Year (1995, 1997, 2000, 2002–03); enshrined in the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame (2006) [74]
2006 Gamba, Alessandro "Sandro"Alessandro "Sandro" Gamba Olympic silver medal (Moscow, 1980); European Championships gold medal (1983); European Championships silver medal (1991); European Championships bronze medal (1985) [75]
2007 Chancellor, VanVan Chancellor Southeastern Conference Coach of the Year (1987, 1990, 1992); coach of the WNBA Western Conference All-Stars (1999, 2000, 2001); coach of the WNBA's All-Decade Team (2006); two-time USA Basketball National Coach of the Year (2002, 2004) [76]
2007 Ferrándiz, PedroPedro Ferrándiz 4 European Cup championships (Real Madrid; 1965, 1967, 1968, 1974); co-founder of the World Association of Basketball Coaches (1976); Olympic Order from International Olympic Committee; FIBA Order of Merit (2000) [77]
2007 Jackson, PhilPhil Jackson First coach in NBA history to lead a team to three consecutive championships in three separate stretches Chicago Bulls, 1991–93, 1996–98; Los Angeles Lakers, 2000–02 (also led Lakers to championship in 2009); led his teams to NBA-record 25 consecutive postseason series victories (1996–2003); one of the 10 greatest head coaches in NBA history (1996) [78]
2007 Novosel, MirkoMirko Novosel Olympics silver medal (1976), bronze medal (1984) with Yugoslavia; World Championships silver medal with Yugoslavia (1974); seven Yugo-Cups (KK Cibona; 1969, 1980–83, 1985, 1988) [79]
2007 Williams, RoyRoy Williams Seven NCAA Final Four (1991, 1993, 2002–03, 2005, 2008–09); took less time than any other men's basketball coach to win 500 games; six-time National Coach of the Year [80][81]
2008 Riley, PatPat Riley NBA Coach of the Year (1990, 1993, 1997); one of the 10 greatest head coaches in NBA history (1996); a record 11-time NBA Coach of the Month [82]
2008 Rush, CathyCathy Rush Pan American Games gold medal (1975); USBWA Pioneer Award (1994); founder of Women's Athletic Service, Inc.; enshrined in Women's Basketball Hall of Fame (2000) [83]
2009 Sloan, JerryJerry Sloan Sporting News NBA Coach of the Year (2004); 2 NBA Finals appearances (1997–98); 9-time NBA Coach of the Month; fourth winningest coach in NBA history [84]
2009 Stringer, C. VivianC. Vivian Stringer National Coach of the Year (1982, 1988, 1993); first coach to lead 3 different schools to the NCAA Final Four; led teams to 29 20-win seasons in her first 38 years; enshrined in Women's Basketball Hall of Fame (2001) [85]

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