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ABA Coach of the Year Award

Season Coach Team Record winning% place in Division place in the ABA playoff finish
1967-68 Vince Cazzetta Pittsburgh Pipers 54-24 .692 1st 1st ABA Champions (4-3) over the Buccaneers
1968-69- Alex Hannum Oakland Oaks 60-18 .769 1st 1st ABA Champions (4-1) over the Pacers
1969-70 Tie Bill Sharman Los Angeles Stars 43-41 .512 4th 6th lost (4-2) in the Finals to Pacers
1969-70 Tie Joe Belmont Denver Rockets 42-14 .750 1st 2nd lost (4-1) in the Western Division Semifinals to the Stars
1970-71 Al Bianchi Virginia Squires 55-29 .655 1st 3rd lost (4-2) in the Eastern Division Finals to the Colonels
1971-72 Tom Nissalke Dallas Chaparrals 42-42 .500 3rd 6th lost (4-0) in the Western Division Semifinals to the Stars
1972-73 Larry Brown Carolina Cougars 57-27 .679 1st 1st lost (4-3) in the Eastern Division Finals to the Colonels
1973-74 Tie Babe McCarthy Kentucky Colonels 53-31 .631 2nd 2nd lost (4-0) in the Eastern Division Finals to the Nets
1973-74 Tie Joe Mullaney Utah Stars 51-33 .607 1st 3rd lost (4-1) in the Finals to the Nets
1974-75 Larry Brown Denver Nuggets 65-19 .774 1st 1st lost (4-3) in the Western Division Finals to Pacers
1975-76 Larry Brown Denver Nuggets 60-24 .714 no divisions 1st lost (4-2) in the Finals to the Nets
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