Former Magic coach Doc Rivers inspires others while hitting a coaching milestone

Glenn Anton Rivers is a lot of things to a lot of people. He’s a father of four. He’s the son of a former Chicago police officer. But to most people, he’s Doc Rivers, highly successful 22-year NBA coach who just ascended to 10th on the league’s all-time coaching regular-season wins list. Rivers hit that latest accomplishment the day after Christmas when his 76ers beat the Knicks 109-89. The victory, Rivers’ 945th, pushed him past Hall-of-Famer Bill Fitch to become the second Black coach in the top 10. The other is No. 2 Lenny Wilkens (1,332 wins). Nate McMillan (661 wins) is the only other Bla…

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