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Continued: Chart: Adelman's record

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•Coached Chris Webber, Vlade Divac and Peja Stojakovic to a 17-5 start in a 61-win season that ended with an unforgettable seven-game loss to the L.A. Lakers in the Western semifinals.

 

No. 750 Sacramento@ Denver April 15, 2006

Finished his eight seasons in Sacramento with a three-game winning streak that started with this late-season win over the Nuggets.

 

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Adelman timeline

Feb. 19, 1989: Promoted at age 42 from Portland assistant coach to first NBA head coaching job, replacing fired Mike Schuler and his 25-22 record.

1989-90: Led Trail Blazers to 59 victories and the NBA Finals in his first full season as a NBA head coach

1991-92: Reached NBA Finals for second time in three years after a 57-win regular season

May 20, 1994: Fired after five seasons as head coach when the Blazers lost in the first round of the playoffs for the second consecutive season

May 19, 1995: Hired by Golden State after a season away from the game to replace Don Nelson

April 29, 1997: Fired by the Warriors after going 66-98 in two seasons that ended without making the playoffs either time.

Sept. 17, 1998: Hired by Sacramento GM Geoff Petrie — his Portland boss and former NBA teammate — to replace the fired Eddie Jordan.

2001-02: Won 61 regular-season games and his Kings lose a classic Western Conference final seven-game series in overtime. Convicted NBA ref Tim Donaghy later claimed Game 6 was fixed by the referees so the Lakers would win.

May 9, 2006: Kings’ contract was not renewed after his teams made the playoffs for eight consecutive years but never got further than the Western Conference finals.

May 21, 2007: Hired by Houston to replaced the fired Jeff Van Gundy and coached the Rockets his first season to a 22-game winning streak, now the third longest in NBA history.

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Atlanta - LP: J. Walden 4 FINAL
Chicago Cubs - WP: H. Rondon 5
Washington - LP: J. Zimmermann 2 FINAL
Philadelphia - WP: A. Burnett 6
Chicago WSox - LP: H. Noesi 4 FINAL
Cleveland - WP: C. Kluber 7
NY Yankees - LP: A. Warren 2 FINAL
Baltimore - WP: T. McFarland 3
Pittsburgh - LP: T. Watson 5 FINAL
Cincinnati - WP: C. Partch 6
Miami - LP: H. Alvarez 1 FINAL
NY Mets - WP: Z. Wheeler 7
Toronto - WP: A. Loup 8 FINAL
Tampa Bay - LP: G. Balfour 5
LA Angels - WP: G. Richards 3 FINAL
Texas - LP: N. Tepesch 0
St. Louis - WP: P. Neshek 7 FINAL
Milwaukee - LP: F. Rodriguez 6
Boston - WP: J. Lackey 8 FINAL
Houston - LP: S. Feldman 3
Detroit - WP: A. Sanchez 2 FINAL
Kansas City - LP: D. Duffy 1
Minnesota - LP: K. Johnson 2 FINAL
Colorado - WP: J. De La Rosa 6
San Diego - WP: J. Hahn 6 FINAL
Los Angeles - LP: D. Haren 3
Oakland - LP: J. Samardzija 2 FINAL
Seattle - WP: F. Hernandez 3
Arizona - LP: M. Bolsinger 0 FINAL
San Francisco - WP: T. Lincecum 5
D.C. 2 FINAL
San Jose 1
Winnipeg 34 FINAL
Montreal 33
Ottawa 11 FINAL
Edmonton 27
Calgary 5:30 PM
Toronto
Brt Columbia 8:30 PM
Saskatchewan
Edmonton 7/17/14 7:30 PM
Winnipeg
Toronto 7/18/14 6:00 PM
Ottawa
Hamilton 7/18/14 9:00 PM
Calgary
Montreal 7/19/14 6:00 PM
Brt Columbia
Los Angeles 68 FINAL
New York 54
Seattle 88 FINAL
San Antonio 67
Phoenix 72 FINAL
Chicago 66
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