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Patrick Ewing 

head coach

Georgetown University (2017 - Present)

Associate Head Coach, Charlotte Bobcats/Hornets
Head Coach, Charlotte Hornets Summer League
Assistant Coach, Orlando Magic
Head Coach, Orlando Magic Summer League
Assistant Coach, Houston Rockets
Assistant Coach, Washington Wizards 


  • At Georgetown, Ewing guided the Hoyas to an improved overall and Big East record his first two years with the program

  • 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)


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