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Michael Gregory Dunlap (born May 27, 1957) is an American basketball coach. He is currently the head coach of Loyola Marymount University.[1] Dunlap is the former head coach of the NBA's Charlotte Bobcats. He replaced Paul Silas
Paul Silas
after the Bobcats' 2011–2012 season.[2]

Contents

1 Career 2 Coaching record

2.1 NBA 2.2 NBL 2.3 College

3 References 4 External links

Career[edit] Dunlap served three seasons in Australia
Australia
(1994–1996) as head coach of the Adelaide 36ers
Adelaide 36ers
in the National Basketball League. Dunlap signed to coach Adelaide for 5 years at approximately AU$200,000 per year, making him the NBL's first million dollar coach. Dunlap was successful in taking the team to the NBL Grand Final in 1994 against the North Melbourne Giants and the semi-finals in 1995 and 1996. Over his three season in Adelaide Dunlap compiled a 59–36 record before returning to the USA just weeks before the 1997 season following the sudden death of his father. Dunlap is credited as the coach who kick-started the NBL career of the 36ers all-time leading home grown player Brett Maher.[3] He served as head coach at Metro State in Denver (1997–2006) and was assistant coach for the Denver Nuggets
Denver Nuggets
(2006–2008). He served as associate head coach at the University of Arizona
University of Arizona
(2008–2009) and Oregon University
Oregon University
(2009–2010), and was interim head coach and associate head coach at St. John's University (2010–2012). [4] In the 2011–12 NBA
NBA
season the Charlotte Bobcats record was an NBA worst ever 7–59. Dunlap joined the team on June 20, 2012. In the early part of the 2012–13 season, the Bobcats had a 7–5 record, with Charlotte matching its win total from the previous season. However, at that point, the Bobcats went on an 18-game losing streak from which they never recovered. They ultimately finished 21–61, the second-worst record in the NBA. On April 23, 2013, the Bobcats announced that Dunlap would not be returning as coach.[5] He joined Loyola Marymount in 2014.[1] Coaching record[edit] NBA[edit]

Legend

Regular season G Games coached W Games won L Games lost W–L % Win–loss %

Post season PG Playoff games PW Playoff wins PL Playoff losses PW–L % Playoff win–loss %

Team Year G W L W–L% Finish PG PW PL PW–L% Result

Charlotte 2012–13 82 21 61 .256 4th in Southeast — — — — Missed Playoffs

Career

82 21 61 .256

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NBL[edit]

Legend

Regular season G Games coached W Games won L Games lost W–L % Win–loss %

Post season PG Playoff games PW Playoff wins PL Playoff losses PW–L % Playoff win–loss %

Team Year G W L W–L% Finish PG PW PL PW–L% Result

Adelaide 36ers 1994 26 18 8 .692 4th 7 4 3 .571 Grand Finalist

Adelaide 36ers 1995 26 17 9 .654 4th 5 2 3 .400 Semi-finals

Adelaide 36ers 1996 26 16 10 .615 6th 5 2 3 .400 Semi-finals

Career

78 51 27 .654

17 8 9 .471

College[edit]

Season Team Overall Conference Standing Postseason

Cal Lutheran Kingsmen (NCAA Division II independent) (1989–1991)

1989–90 Cal Lutheran 5–21

1990–91 Cal Lutheran 14–12

Cal Lutheran Kingsmen (Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference) (1991–1994)

1991–92 Cal Lutheran 16–12 11–3 1st NCAA D-III Sectional

1992–93 Cal Lutheran 20–7 12–2 T–1st NCAA D-III Regional

1993–94 Cal Lutheran 25–3 12–2 1st NCAA D-III Sectional

Cal Lutheran: 80–55 (.593) 35–7 (.833)

Metro State Roadrunners (Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) (1997–2006)

1997–98 Metro State 25–5 16–3 1st (East) NCAA D-II Tournament

1998–99 Metro State 28–6 15–4 T–1st (East) NCAA D-II Runner–Up

1999–00 Metro State 33–4 17–2 1st (East) NCAA D-II Champion

2000–01 Metro State 23–7 14–5 3rd (East) NCAA D-II First Round

2001–02 Metro State 29–6 16–3 2nd (East) NCAA D-II Champion

2002–03 Metro State 28–5 16–3 2nd (East) NCAA D-II Second Round

2003–04 Metro State 32–3 19–0 1st (East) NCAA D-II Final Four

2004–05 Metro State 29–4 16–3 T–1st (East) NCAA D-II Elite Eight

2005–06 Metro State 21–10 13–6 3rd (East) NCAA D-II First Round

Metro State: 248–50 (.832) 142–29 (.830)

Loyola Marymount Lions (West Coast Conference) (2014–present)

2014–15 Loyola Marymount 8–23 4–14 T–9th

2015–16 Loyola Marymount 14–17 6–12 T–7th

2016–17 Loyola Marymount 15–15 8–10 6th

2017–18 Loyola Marymount 11–20 5–13 8th

Loyola Marymount: 48–75 (.390) 23–49 (.319)

Total: 376–180 (.676)

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion         Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion       Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion       Conference tournament champion

References[edit]

^ a b Borzello, Jeff (March 12, 2014). "Loyola Marymount hires Mike Dunlap as new head coach". CBS
CBS
Sports. Retrieved April 8, 2018.  ^ Goodman, Jeff. "Report: Charlotte Bobcats hire St. John's assistant Mike Dunlap" CBSsports.com June 18, 2012. Accessed June 18, 2012 ^ Ex-NBL Coach Mike Dunlap to coach Charlotte Bobcats ^ Mike Dunlap Profile – St. John's University Official Athletic Site Accessed April 8, 2018. ^ Dunlap Will Not Return as Head Coach of Charlotte Bobcats

External links[edit]

Biography portal Basketball portal

St. John's University profile

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Current men's basketball head coaches of the West Coast Conference

Dave Rose (BYU) Mark Few
Mark Few
(Gonzaga) Mike Dunlap (Loyola Marymount) Lorenzo Romar
Lorenzo Romar
(Pepperdine) Damon Stoudamire (Pacific) Terry Porter
Terry Porter
(Portland) Randy Bennett
Randy Bennett
(Saint Mary's) Sam Scholl
Sam Scholl
(San Diego) Kyle Smith (San Francisco) Herb Sendek
Herb Sendek
(Santa Clara)

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