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 ====== Glenn "Doc" Rivers ====== ====== Glenn "Doc" Rivers ======
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-===== Biography ===== 
-Birthdate: 10/13/61\\ 
-Birthplace: Chicago, IL\\ 
-Highschool: Proviso East High School\\ 
-Degree: Political Science (1985)\\ 
-Family: Wife- Kris; Children- Jeremiah, Callie, Austin and Spencer\\ 
-===== Marquette Career ===== 
-Doc totaled 1234 career points (25th all time), 409 assists (7th all time) and 203 steals (3rd all time) in his career at Marquette. 
-===== NBA Career ===== 
-Doc was drafted in the second round of the 1983 NBA Draft by the Atlanta Hawks. He played his first 8 seasons with the Hawks before having stints with the Clippers, Knicks and Spurs. Doc averaged 10.9 points, 5.7 assists and 3.0 rebounds a game in his 13 NBA seasons. Of his 13 seasons Doc advanced to the playoffs in 10 of them. 
-==== Honors and Records ==== 
-  * Holds Hawks single season Assist Record with 823 
-  * Holds Hawks All-Time assist record with 3,866 
-  * Shares NBA Playoff Record for most assists in a half with 15 
-  * Named to the 1988 NBA All-Star game 
-  * Received the 1990 J. Walter Kennedy Basketball Citizenship Award.  
-===== Coaching Career ===== 
-Doc started his coaching career with the Orlando Magic where he coached for 4+ seasons and compiled a 171-168 record including three playoff berths. He is now employed as the head coach of the Boston Celtics. He also served as the assistant coach for the USA Men's Basketball team that won the gold medal at the 2001 Good-Will Games. 
-==== Honors ==== 
-  * Received '99/'00 NBA Coach of the Year award 
-  * Receive Male Coach-of-the-Year from the Rainbow Sports awards 
-===== Misc Info ===== 
-  * Doc played for the 1982 USA Men's Basketball team leading them to an olympic silver medal. He received the touraments most valuable player award. 
-  * Doc received his nickname from coach Rick Majerus after he wore a Dr. J tshirt to a summer basketball camp 
-  * Doc is a member of the All-Star Advisory Council for the Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA youth basketball support program 
-  * Doc worked as an analyst for the ABC alongside Al Michaels during the 2003 season 
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