Stan Albeck

Stan Albeck
Personal information
Born (1931-05-17) May 17, 1931 (age 87)
Chenoa, Illinois
NationalityAmerican
Career information
High schoolChenoa (Chenoa, Illinois)
CollegeBradley (1950–1952, 1954–1955)
NBA draft1955 / Undrafted
Coaching career1956–2002
Career history
As coach:
1956–1957Adrian
1957–1968Northern Michigan
1968–1970University of Denver
1970–1973Denver Rockets (asst.)
1970–1971Denver Rockets (interim HC)
1972–1974San Diego Conquistadors (asst.)
1974–1976Kentucky Colonels (asst.)
19761979Los Angeles Lakers (asst.)
1979–1980Cleveland Cavaliers
19801983San Antonio Spurs
19831985New Jersey Nets
1985–1986Chicago Bulls
1986–1991Bradley
1995–1996New Jersey Nets (asst.)
19972000Atlanta Hawks (asst.)
20002002Toronto Raptors (asst.)
Career highlights and awards

Charles Stanley Albeck (born May 17, 1931) is a former professional basketball coach. Albeck has coached for several teams in the American Basketball Association (ABA) and National Basketball Association (NBA), including the Denver Rockets, the San Diego Conquistadors, (often subbing for an absent Wilt Chamberlain), the Cleveland Cavaliers, the San Antonio Spurs, the New Jersey Nets, and the Chicago Bulls.

High school and college education

Albeck graduated from Chenoa High School in Chenoa, Illinois and received his bachelor's degree at Bradley University in 1955 and his masters at Michigan State University in 1957.[1] He married Phyllis L. Mann in 1952 and they have five children.

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