Vinny Del Negro
Former NBA Head Coach
Career Highlights: Vinny Del Negro spent three seasons as Head Coach of the Los Angeles Clippers where he transformed the team into one of the most exciting squads in the NBA. Del Negro led the Clippers to the 2012 and 2013 NBA Playoffs seasons. At the time, the team posted a franchise-best 56-26 record and their first 50-win season in history, including a record 17-game winning streak. Del Negro finished his Clippers career with a record of 128-102, good for a .557 win percentage. Del Negro came to Los Angeles after leading the Chicago Bulls to two consecutive trips to the NBA Playoffs (2009 and 2010). He also spent two seasons in the Phoenix Suns front office first as Director of Player Personnel and then as Assistant General Manager. Del Negro spent 12 years in the league and scored more than 7,000 regular-season points while he played for five NBA teams (Phoenix, Golden State, Milwaukee, San Antonio, Sacramento. Del Negro also has extensive broadcasting experience, too, as he worked as an analyst for ESPN, the San Antonio Spurs, Phoenix Suns, and most recently, NBA TV.