Team Head Coach Years Left (Options) Dollars/Year
Atlanta Hawks Mike Budenholzer X X
Boston Celtics Brad Stevens 6 $3,666,667
Brooklyn Nets Jason Kidd 3(1) $2,500,000
Charlotte Bobcats Steve Clifford 2(1) $2,000,000
Chicago Bulls Tom Thibodeau 3 $4,375,000
Cleveland Cavaliers Mike Brown 5 $4,000,000
Dallas Mavericks Rick Carlisle 3 $4,600,000
Denver Nuggets Brian Shaw 3(1) $2,000,000
Detroit Pistons John Loyer interim interim
Golden State Warriors Mark Jackson 2 $2,000,000
Houston Rockets Kevin McHale 1(1) X
Indiana Pacers Frank Vogel 3 $2,000,000
Los Angeles Clippers Glenn “Doc” Rivers 3 $7,000,000
Los Angeles Lakers Mike D’Antoni 2(1) $4,000,000
Memphis Grizzlies Dave Joerger 3(1) $2,000,000
Miami Heat Erik Spoelstra X $3,000,000+
Milwaukee Bucks Larry Drew 3(1) $2,000,000
Minnesota Timberwolves Rick Adelman 2 $5,000,000
New Orleans Pelicans Monty Williams 3 X
New York Knicks Mike Woodson 2 $4,000,000
Oklahoma City Thunder Scott Brooks 3 $4,000,000
Orlando Magic Jacque Vaughn X X
Philadelphia 76ers Brett Brown 4 X
Phoenix Suns Jeff Hornacek 3(1) $2,000,000
Portland Trail Blazers Terry Stotts 1(1) X
Sacramento Kings Mike Malone 3(1) $2,250,000
San Antonio Spurs Gregg Popovich X $6,000,000
Toronto Raptors Dwane Casey 1 X
Utah Jazz Tyrone Corbin 1 X
Washington Wizards Randy Wittman 1 X

*X stands for contract details that are still undisclosed*

Contract details are gathered from various sources and are not verified

Last updated at 2:24 pm on 3/21/2014

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  2. Robby@BluePromoCode September 6, 2013

    Doc @7M makes sense. He’s the best coach in the league hands down. His ability to lead a team is second to none. People aren’t necessarily giving that pickup the the Clipps the credit it deserves. JJ Reddick, Dudley, Daren Collison, Jamison, and a few other of their signings are very nice, but Doc is going to make Vinny Del Negro’s time there look like a joke.

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    1. nyck September 29, 2013

      Its refreshing to read a positive view on the offseason signings the Clippers made. Expect JJ Redick to have his best year as a starter playing alongside cp3 and BG. A lot of underrated good character guys on this year’s squad. Can’t wait for the season to start!

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      1. Colby Rogers September 29, 2013

        Thanks for commenting. I agree. This roster still isn’t perfect, but such is the nature of a salary cap, no roster is, they still need Jordan to take a step forward probably.

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  3. John Hannah November 7, 2013

    The $7 million a year for Doc and the extension of Paul says the Clippers are looking to win a Championship soon. The D will take time, but I expect the Clippers to make it to the finals this season and win it all 14-15 season.

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  4. chase mikle November 15, 2013

    cool beans

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