USA Men's World Championship Team All-Time Coaching Staff

  • Date:
    Oct 29, 2012

USA Men's World Championship Team All-Time Head Coaches

2014 Bilbao, Barcelona, Madrid, Spain Mike Krzyzewski, Duke University 9-0 / Gold Medal
2010 Istanbul, Turkey Mike Krzyzewski, Duke University 9-0 / Gold Medal
2006 Saitama, Japan Mike Krzyzewski, Duke University 8-1 / Bronze Medal
2002 Indianapolis, Indiana George Karl, Milwaukee Bucks 6-3 / Sixth Place
1998 Athens, Greece Rudy Tomjanovich, Houston Rockets 7-2 / Bronze Medal
1994 Toronto, Canada Don Nelson, Golden State Warriors 8-0 / Gold Medal
1990 Buenos Aires, Argentina Mike Krzyzewski, Duke University 6-2 / Bronze Medal
1986 Madrid, Spain Lute Olson, University of Arizona 9-1 / Gold Medal
1982 Cali, Colombia Bob Weltlich, University of Texas 7-2 / Silver Medal
1978 Manila, Philippines Bill Oates, Athletes In Action 6-4 / Fifth Place
1974 San Juan, Puerto Rico Gene Bartow, University of Illinois 8-1 / Bronze Medal
1970 Ljubljana, Yugoslavia Hal Fischer, U. S. Air Force (San Francisco) 6-3 / Fifth Place
1967 Montevideo, Uruguay Hal Fischer, U. S. Air Force (San Francisco) 7-2 / Fourth Place
1963 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Garland Pinholster, Oglethorpe University (GA) 6-3 / Fourth Place
1959 Santiago, Chile Charles Bennett, U. S. Air Force 7-2 / Silver Medal
1954 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Warren Womble, Peoria Caterpillars (IL) 9-0 / Gold Medal
1950 Buenos Aires, Argentina Gordon Carpenter, Denver Chevrolets (CO) 5-1 / Silver Medal


USA Men's World Championship Team All-Time Assistant Coaches

Jim Boeheim 2014, 2010, 2006, 1990 Syracuse University
Don Chaney 1994 Detroit Pistons
P. J. Carlesimo 1990 Seton Hall University
Bobby Cremins 1986 Georgia Tech
Mike D'Antoni 2006 Phoenix Suns
Pete Gillen 1994 Providence College
Jim Gudger 1967 East Texas State University
Mike Hanks 1982 Samford University (AL)
Del Harris 1998 Los Angeles Lakers
Lon Kruger 1998 University of Illinois
Rick Majerus 1994 University of Utah
Arad McCutchan 1974 University of Evansville
Nate McMillan 2010, 2006 Portland Trail Blazers
Mike Montgomery 2002 Stanford University
Jerry Pimm 1986 Univ. of Calif.-Santa Barbara
Gregg Popovich 2002 San Antonio Spurs
Kelvin Sampson 2002 University of Oklahoma
Fred Taylor 1978 Columbus, Ohio
Tom Thibodeau 2014 Chicago Bulls
Scott Thompson 1986 University of Arizona
Jay Triano 2010 Toronto Raptors
Hank Vaughn 1970, 1963 Goodyear Wingfoots (OH)
Monty Williams 2014 New Orleans Pelicans

USA Men's World Championship Managers

Al Bush 1978 East Lansing, MI
Dave Gregg 1967 AAU
Joe Harrington 1990 University of Colorado
John Lykins 1982 Frankfort High Schoool (KY)
Russel Lyons 1970 Boulder, CO
Herbert Mols 1974 Buffalo, NY
Mark Schreiber 1950 Denver Chevrolets
Ralph L. Stevenson 1959 U. S. Air Force
M. K. Summers 1963 AAU 


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