12. Lenny Wilkens
Lenny Wilkens is a retired coach and former point guard for the St. Louis Hawks, Seattle SuperSonics, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Portland Trail Blazers. During that time, he was a 9-time NBA All-Star. After playing, he coached in the NBA for 35 years, winning an NBA Championship in 1979 with the Seattle Supersonics, recongnized as NBA coach of the year in 1994 and winning a gold medal in the 1992 Olympic Games as the head coach and 1996 as the assistant coach.
Wilkens is 1 out of only 4 people in history to be recognized in the NBA Hall of Fame as both a player and coach. Wilkens is currently a College Basketball analyst and makes occasional appearances on College Hoops Northwest. He is also the founder of the Lenny Wilkens Foundation, a non-profit organization raising funds for better healthcare and equal opportunity education for children in need.