Here is the replay of Standing Above The Crows with James Donaldson and special guest trainer Lenny Wilkens

James and Lenny Wilkens at breakfast

James Donaldson standing above the crowd

Here is the replay of Standing Above The Crowd with James Donaldson and special guest trainer Lenny Wilkens, originally aired Saturday, January 29 at 10:00 a.m. (PST)

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—James Donaldson

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, USA, January 31, 2022 / — If you missed the live stream, here’s the ink from my 30-minute interview with coach Lenny Wilkens.

Standing Above the Crows Podcast Hosted by James Donaldson 01/2922 with Guest Coach Lenny Wilkens

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Brief information about Lenny Wilkens

Leonard Randolph Wilkens (born October 28, 1937) is an American former basketball player and National Basketball Association (NBA) coach. He was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame three times, first in 1989 as a player, as a coach in 1998 and in 2010 as part of the United States Olympic “Dream Team” in 1992 , for which he was an assistant. coach. In 1996 Wilkens was named to the NBA 50th Anniversary Team and in 2021 he was named to the NBA 75th Anniversary Team.[1][2] He was also inducted into the College Basketball Hall of Fame in 2006.

Wilkens was a 13-time NBA All-Star as a player (nine times) and head coach (four times), was the 1993 NBA Coach of the Year, won the 1979 NBA Championship as a coach- leader of the Seattle SuperSonics. , and an Olympic gold medal as head coach of the United States men’s basketball team in 1996.

During the 1994–95 season, Wilkens set the record for most coaching wins in NBA history, a record he held when he retired with 1,332 wins. Wilkens is now second on the list, narrowly beating Gregg Popovich; yet, falling behind Don Nelson, who broke it in 2010. He won the Chuck Daly Lifetime Achievement Award for the 2010-11 NBA season.[3] Wilkens is also the most prolific coach in NBA history, with 2,487 regular season games, 89 more games than Nelson and more than 400 more than any other coach, and has more losses than any other. coach in NBA history, at 1,155.

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