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Patrick Ewing  Head Coach, Georgetown University

Professional Experience

2013-Present
Associate Head Coach, Charlotte Bobcats/Hornets

2014
Head Coach, Charlotte Hornets Summer League

2007-2012
Assistant Coach, Orlando Magic

2010
Head Coach, Orlando Magic Summer League

2003-2006
Assistant Coach, Houston Rockets

2002-2003
Assistant Coach, Washington Wizards

Career Highlights

As associate head coach, Ewing helped the Charlotte Hornets teach the NBA Playoffs during the 2013-14 and 2015-16 seasons

During 2013-14, the Hornets finished with the 2nd highest number of single season wins in franchise history (43) and as the second-most improved team in the NBA

Coached under Doug Collins, Jeff Van Gundy, Stan Van Gundy, and Steve Clifford

In 10 of 11 years as an assistant coach with Houston, Orlando, and Charlotte, he helped the teams make the NBA Playoffs and finish at least top 7 in Defensive Rating and Opp. PPG

Reached the Eastern Conference Finals (2008-09)

Helped develop Ryan Anderson and Hedo Turkoglu to win the NBA's Most Improved Player Awards

Played for Hubie Brown, Pat Riley, Rick Pitino, Jeff Van Gundy, and Doc Rivers

First-ballot Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee (2008)

11-time NBA All-Star (1986, 1988-1997)

NBA's 50th Anniversary All-Time Team

NBA Rookie of the Year (1986)

New York Knicks all-time leader in points, rebounds, blocked shots, steals and field goals made

#33 jersey retired by the New York Knicks

Led the Knicks to two NBA Finals appearances

1st overall selection in the 1985 NBA Draft

NCAA Championship (1984) and three Final Fours playing for John Thompson Sr. at Georgetown University

Naismith National Player of the Year (1985)

Three-time consensus First Team All-American (1983-1985)

College Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee (2012)

Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist (1984 and 1992)

President of the National Basketball Players Association (1997-2001)

Graduated from Georgetown University in 1985

Parade Magazine National High School Player of the Year (1981)