Leonard Randolph “Lenny” Wilkens

Leonard Randolph “Lenny” Wilkens

Leonard Randolph “Lenny” Wilkens was born on October 28, 1937 and He is a former American basketball player & coach in the NBA. He was inducted for 3 times in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. The first one is when he was still a basketball player in 1989 and it was followed as a coach in the year 1998 as well as as a part of the 1992 United States Olympic , at the time when he worked as a supporter coach.
Starting from the year 1994 to 1995 season until the year 2009 to 2010 season, Wilkens was the best coach in the NBA history while he still holds the record of 1,332 victories. Due to that, Leonard Randolph “Lenny” Wilkens became the second one within the list of the leading players and he followed Don Nelson. With his exceptional skills, he became the 2-time All-American basket ball player at Providence College.

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