NBA coaches with the lowest winning percentage
The revolving door that is professional sports coaching has many stars and many victims. Take the NBA, for example… for every Phil Jackson and Red Auerbach, there are many NBA coaches who realized their life-long dream to be a head coach in the NBA but success did not come in the form of winning seasons or championships.
Following are the NBA coaches who have had the worst winning percentages in their coaching careers.
(Note: A minimum of 300 NBA games coached to qualify for the list)
NBA coach, years NBA games coached Win pct
Sidney Lowe, 1993-2003 307 .257
Tim Floyd, 1999-2004 321 .280
Ron Rothstein, 1989-93 328 .296
Randy Wittman, 2000-2009 307 .326
Richie Adubato, 1980-97 367 .346
Wes Unseld, 1988-94 547 .369
Garry St. Jean, 1993-2000 450 .382
Jack McKinney, 1980-85 351 .387
Tom Nissalke, 1973-84 639 .388
John Lucas, 1993-2003 431 .410
Major Leaguers with All-Star Game success but no Hall of Fame
This year’s MLB All-Star Game will be played July 12. Over the years, this game has showcased some of the all-time greats in the game, including many Hall of Famers.
But in taking a look at those players who have been members of the AL or NL all-star teams in the most seasons, there are several players who have not been voted into the baseball Hall of Fame. In some cases, controversy may keep a few of these players out of the Hall for a long time. In other cases, many all-star game appearances does not seem to warrant a place in the Hall. As you look at the following lists, ask yourself, which of these players deserve Hall of Fame selection?
Following are those players not currently in the baseball Hall of Fame who have had the most seasons on an all-star team roster. (Active players listed in a separate list below.)
Player, last season All-Star Game seasons
Pete Rose, 1986 17
Barry Bonds, 2007 14
Ken Griffey, 2010 13
Barry Larkin, 2004 12
Mark McGwire, 2001 12
Mike Piazza, 2007 12
Roger Clemens, 2007 11
Bill Freehan, 1976 11
Steve Garvey, 1987 10
Tom Glavine, 2008 10
Randy Johnson, 2009 10
(Seven players were on nine all-star team rosters: Elston Howard (1968), Davey Concepcion (1988), Fred Lynn (1990), Frank McCormick (1948), Ron Santo (1974), Gary Sheffield (2009) and Joe Torre (1977).
Active players with most All-Star Game seasons: Ivan Rodriquez (14), Alex Rodriquez (13), *Manny Ramirez (12), Derek Jeter (11), Mariano Rivera (11), Ichiro Suzuki (10).
* Ramirez was active at the beginning of the 2011 season