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Basketball Coach
    (May 22, 1959- )
    Born in Boston, Massachusetts
    Point guard for Maccabi Haifa (1981-84), Atlanta Pro-Am League (1984-86), Hapoel Jerusalem (1986-87, 1990-91), Maccabi Netanya (1987-89), Hapoel Galil Elyon (1989-90), Ironi Nahariya (1991-92) and Maccabi Hadera (1992-93)
    Head coach for Hapoel Galil Elyon (1993-94, 1995-99), Maccabi Tel Aviv (2001-03, 2010-14), Dynamo St. Petersburg (2004-05), Benetton Treviso (2005-07), Efes Pilsen (2007-08), Dynamo Moscow (2008-09), Aris Thessaloniki (2010) and the Cleveland Cavaliers
    He has an oddly shaped face.
    Some basketball pundits felt his success in his rookie season as an NBA coach was a result of having a superstar roster.
    He was the third person in five years to hold the Cavaliers head coaching position.
    He nearly blew a Cavaliers playoff victory by attempting to call a timeout, which nearly cost LeBron James a chance at a game winning three point shot.
    Despite his success in Europe, he struggled to adapt to coaching the North American style of game.
    He was chosen to play for an Israeli kibbutz team, during his sophomore year at Princeton.
    He was a successful coach in the European leagues, prior to his appointment in Cleveland.
    He initially took the Cavs job with the hope of building a young roster into a contender, prior to LeBron James decision to return to the franchise.
    He guided the cavaliers to their first division title and playoff berth in five years (2015).

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