Lenny Wilkens

United States

Basketball

B: October 28, 1937

Member of the Basketball Hall of Fame

Wilkens was drafted out of Providence by the St. Louis Hawks with the sixth overall pick of the 1960 N.B.A. draft. He played for the Hawks until 1968; the Seattle SuperSonics until 1972; the Cleveland Cavaliers for two seasons and the Portland Trail Blazers until 1976. A nine-time All-Star (1963-'65, '67-'71 and '73), Wilkens was the M.V.P. of the 1971 game. He was a player coach starting in 1968, and took over the coaching duties of the SuperSonics starting in 1977, he won the N.B.A. title with Seattle in 1979 and ended up coaching six different teams over 32 seasons with a record of 1332-1155. He was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame as a player 1989 and as a coach in 1998.

SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT
PLACE POINTS MONEY
EVENT WINS
1978 Preliminary 3
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