What Do We Know About Stotts?

Terry Stotts (born November 25, 1957) is an American retired professional basketball forward and current assistant coach for the Dallas Mavericks of the NBA. His most recent head coaching job was with the Milwaukee Bucks. Stotts was fired by the Milwaukee Bucks on March 14, 2007. Before becoming the head coach of the Bucks, Stotts was an assistant for the Golden State Warriors, head coach of the Atlanta Hawks, assistant coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, and an assistant coach of the Seattle SuperSonics. Terry played in Europe for a few years before becoming a Sonics assistant. He also was the star player for George Karl's CBA team, the Montana Golden Nuggets in the early 1980s.

His total NBA coaching record is 115-168.

Born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Stotts grew up in Illinois, Wisconsin, Guam, and Indiana and graduated from Bloomington High School North atBloomington, Indiana in 1976.[1][2] Stotts started all his four seasons with the University of Oklahoma Sooners basketball team and was anAcademic All-American selection in his junior and senior seasons and an All-Big Eight Conference selection in his senior season. He graduated from Oklahoma in 1980 with a B.S. in zoology and a Master's in Business Administration from Oklahoma in 1988 on a postgraduate scholarship from the NCAA.[1]

The Dallas Mavericks hired Stotts as an assistant coach in September 2008.[3]

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He was an Assistant to great coaches- George Karls super sonics and Rick Carlisle on the Dallas championship team.

Stotts, 54, is the former head coach of the Atlanta Hawks and Milwaukee Bucks, where he compiled a combined 115-168 record. He has never had a winning season, but did advance the Bucks to the 2006 NBA playoffs, where they lost in the first round. He has been the top assistant in Dallas since 2008, and head coach Rick Carlisle credited Stotts' offensive innovation in helping the Mavericks win the 2011 NBA title.-oregonlive

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After Reading up a little bit about Terry, I wouldnt mind if he was our coach. He definitely has a lot of coaching experience. I still think Kaleb should get the job since he already has it, but I think either one is fine. I just didnt know much about Terry and so after reading up on his background, I realized he had more exp than I had previously thought.

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