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Doc Rivers Biography

Doc Rivers is best known as Basketball Coach, a retired professional basketball player with an estimated net worth of $50 million. Former NBA guard, who spent most of his career with the Atlanta Hawks, became a successful coach. He led the Boston Celtics to the 2008 NBA Championship and became head coach of the Los Angeles Clippers in 2013. He was born on October 13, 1961, Chicago , IL. He set a playoff record of 15 assists in a game against the Celtics in 1988. He attended the Marquette University, where his coach gave him the nickname of Doc. Before his time with the Celtics, he coached the Orlando Magic and their brandy center, Dwight Howard. MLB All-Star Ken Singleton was his cousin. He was married to Kristen Rivers in 1986. His eldest son, Jeremiah, played Indiana’s college basketball and his second-oldest son, Austin, became New Orleans Hornets’ first round pick 2012. He also has a daughter named Callie and a son named Spencer. The sign of his zodiac is Libra

Doc Rivers with his daughter as seen in September 2019

Doc Rivers Bio, Wiki

First NameGlenn
Middle Name‘Doc’
Last NameRivers
Full Name at BirthGlenn Anton Rivers
Alternative NameGlenn Anton Rivers, Glenn ‘Doc’ Rivers, Doc Rivers, Glenn Rivers, Doc, Glenn Anton “Doc” Rivers
Age58 years
Birthday13th October, 1961
BirthplaceChicago, Illinois, USA
Height6′ 4″ (193 cm)
Weight185lbs (84 kg)
BuildLarge
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBlack
Zodiac SignLibra
SexualityStraight
EthnicityBlack
NationalityAmerican
High SchoolProviso East in Maywood, Illinois
UniversityMarquette University
Occupation TextBasketball Player and Coach
OccupationBasketball
Basketball PositionGuard
NBA First Game Date28th October, 1983
DraftAtlanta Hawks, 2nd round (7th pick, 31st overall), 1983 NBA Draft
Claim to FameActor (1 credit)
Official Websiteswww.allmovie.com/artist/glenn-doc-rivers-p205816, www.rottentomatoes.com/celebrity/glenn_doc_rivers

Doc Rivers Height, Weight & Body Measurements

His height is 6 feet 4 inches. His weight is 84 kg. His hairs are Black and eyes are Dark Brown.

Doc Rivers as seen in April 2011

Build: Athletic

Height: 6 feet 4 inches or 193 cm

Weight: 84 kg or 185 lbs

Race / Ethnicity: Black (He is of African-American descent.)

Hair Color: Black

Eye Color: Dark Brown

Sexual Orientation

Straight

Distinctive Features

  • Big Lips
  • Tall Height
Doc Rivers as seen in December 2013

Doc Rivers Personal Life, Marriage, Wife, Daughter, Son

Rivers ‘s former NBA player Jim Brewer’s nephew. He’s married to his wife, Kris, with four children. His eldest son, Jeremiah, played basketball at Georgetown University and Indiana University and played in the Maine Red Claws NBA D-League. His daughter Callie played volleyball at Florida University and is married to NBA player Seth Curry, while his younger son Austin is currently playing for the Houston Rockets. His youngest son, Spencer, is a guard who played for Winter Park High School and for UC Irvine. Rivers is a cousin of former NBA guard Byron Irvin and former MLB outfielder Ken Singleton. Rivers was given his “Doc” nickname by Rick Majerus, then-Marquette assistant. Rivers attended a summer basketball camp wearing Julius Erving’s “Dr. J” t-shirt. Majerus called him “Doc,” and camp players followed suit. Rivers’ first NBA start was against Erving, who called Rivers “Doc” and “felt like a million bucks.” 76ers Play-by-Play announcer Marc Zumoff refuses to call Rivers by his nickname and refers to him by his birth name when announcing his games. Rivers has an attention deficit hyperactivity disorder based on a personality test he took when coaching the Celtics. Rivers is a member of the National Advisory Board for the Positive Coaching Alliance, a national non-profit organization that helps the Celtics team.

Doc Rivers Education

He started attending the Marquette University, where his coach gave him the nickname of Doc.

Doc Rivers Coaching Career Statistics

YearTeamGPGSMPGFG%3P%FT%RPGAPGSPGBPGPPG
1983–84Atlanta814723.9.462.167.7852.73.91.6.49.3
1984–85Atlanta695830.8.476.417.7703.15.92.4.814.1
1985–86Atlanta535029.6.474.000.6083.18.42.3.211.5
1986–87Atlanta828231.6.451.190.8283.610.02.1.412.8
1987–88Atlanta808031.3.453.273.7584.69.31.8.514.2
1988–89Atlanta767632.4.455.347.8613.86.92.4.513.6
1989–90Atlanta484431.8.454.364.8124.25.52.4.512.5
1990–91Atlanta797932.7.435.336.8443.24.31.9.615.2
1991–92L.A. Clippers592528.1.424.283.8322.53.91.9.310.9
1992–93New York774524.5.437.317.8212.55.31.6.17.8
1993–94New York191926.3.433.365.6362.15.31.3.37.5
1994–95New York3015.7.308.600.7273.02.71.3.06.3
1994–95San Antonio60015.7.360.344.7321.72.61.0.45.0
1995–96San Antonio78015.8.372.343.7501.81.6.9.34.0
Career86460527.3.444.328.7843.05.71.8.410.9
All-Star1016.0.500.4553.06.09.0
Doc Rivers as seen in October 2007

Playoffs

YearTeamGPGSMPGFG%3P%FT%RPGAPGSPGBPGPPG
1984Atlanta526.0.500.000.8782.03.22.4.813.6
1986Atlanta9929.1.435.500.7384.78.72.0.012.7
1987Atlanta8830.6.383.5003.411.31.1.47.8
1988Atlanta121234.1.511.318.9074.99.62.1.215.7
1989Atlanta5538.2.386.316.7084.86.81.4.413.4
1991Atlanta5534.6.469.091.8954.03.01.0.415.6
1992L.A. Clippers5437.4.446.500.8153.84.21.2.015.2
1993New York151530.5.453.355.7672.65.71.9.110.2
1995San Antonio15021.2.389.370.8391.91.6.9.67.8
1996San Antonio2010.0.333.500.5.0.0.01.5
Career815829.5.446.338.7673.35.91.5.311.4

Head Coaching Record

TeamYearGWLW–L%FinishPGPWPLPW–L%Result
Orlando2003–0411110.091(fired)
Boston2011–12663927.5911st in Atlantic20119.550Lost in Conference Finals
L.A. Clippers2019–20724923.6812nd in Pacific1376.538Lost in Conference Semifinals
Boston2012–13814140.5063rd in Atlantic624.333Lost in First Round
Boston2004–05824537.5491st in Atlantic734.429Lost in First Round
Boston2005–06823349.4023rd in AtlanticMissed Playoffs
Boston2006–07822458.2935th in AtlanticMissed Playoffs
Boston2007–08826616.8051st in Atlantic261610.615Won NBA Championship
Boston2008–09826220.7561st in Atlantic1477.500Lost in Conference Semifinals
Boston2009–10825032.6101st in Atlantic24159.625Lost in NBA Finals
Boston2010–11825626.6831st in Atlantic954.556Lost in Conference Semifinals
L.A. Clippers2013–14825725.6951st in Pacific1367.462Lost in Conference Semifinals
L.A. Clippers2014–15825626.6832nd in Pacific1477.500Lost in Conference Semifinals
L.A. Clippers2015–16825329.6462nd in Pacific624.333Lost in First Round
L.A. Clippers2016–17825131.6222nd in Pacific734.429Lost in First Round
L.A. Clippers2017–18824240.5122nd in PacificMissed Playoffs
L.A. Clippers2018–19824834.5852nd in Pacific624.333Lost in First Round
Orlando1999–00824141.5004th in AtlanticMissed Playoffs
Orlando2000–01824339.5244th in Atlantic413.250Lost in First Round
Orlando2001–02824438.5373rd in Atlantic413.250Lost in First Round
Orlando2002–03824240.5124th in Atlantic734.429Lost in First Round
Total1624943681.5811809189.506

Doc Rivers Net Worth, Annual Salary

According to Celebnetworth, his net worth is nearly about $50 Million USD.

Estimated Net Worth 2020$50 Million
Income SourcePrimary Income source Basketball Coach (profession).

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