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Panthro

Favorite Basketball Coach...

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Matt Doherty :D

lol...

but seriously, one of my faves is pitino even though it kills me he is coaching our arch rival, but when he was at UK it was such a good run... always was a fan of tubby... his wife was kind of a bitch...

a coach not affiliated with UK would be Izzo and Bill Self...

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I know that this is a joke thread, but I have 3 favorites...

The Dean

Roy Williams

...and Jim Valvano - I listen to his ESPN speech at least once a year, makes me cry every time, I'm not ashamed to admit it...

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Coach Sid...Man, I'll bet Doherty would coach circles around the kool-aid man.

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Dean Smith

Was a fan of Roy Williams when he was at Kansas, and now even more that he is back at the Hill

outside of the Carolina Family I would have to say Tom Izzo, because he is the one that is consistently good and always gets put to the backburner to the Coaches of bigger schools....Roy WIlliams, Bob Knight, Coach K, and now even Bill Self

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one of my faves is pitino even though it kills me he is coaching our arch rival, but when he was at UK it was such a good run...

Likewise.

Outside of the Big Blue affiliated family, if we're talking active coaches, I'd have to go with Bruce Pearl. I just like his personality and school spirit

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