Red Auerbach Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Red Auerbach Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about Red Auerbach including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Red Auerbach
Real Name Red Auerbach
Profession Coaches
Nick Name Red
Nationality American
Personal Life of Red Auerbach
Born on 20 September 1917
Birthday 20th September
Died At Age 89
Sun Sign Virgo
Born in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
Died on 28 October 2006
Place of death Washington, D.C., United States
Family Background of Red Auerbach
Father Hyman Auerbach
Mother Marie Auerbach
Siblings Zang Auerbach
Spouse/Partner Dorothy Lewis
Children Nancy Auerbach Collins, Randy Auerbach
Education George Washington University
Awards 1965 – NBA Coach of the Year
Personal Fact of Red Auerbach

Arnold Jacob Red Auerbach was an American basketball coach regarded as the mastermind behind the success of the Boston Celtics. One of the most game’s successful coaches ever, he led the teams he coached to 938 wins, a record at his retirement. Considered to be a pioneer of modern basketball, he was highly competitive and would motivate his players to give their best and achieve synergy as a team. His astute managerial skills and sharp judgment ensured that he won seven NBA titles as the general manager and team president of the Celtics.

As a coach he helped to redefine basketball as a team sport in which the whole team and not just a few star players dominated the game. Many players who had trained under him went on to be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame. One of his most distinguishing features was that he helped to break down the colour barriers by sending the first African-American starting five in the 1960s.

As an athletic youngster he had started playing basketball during high school and attended the George Washington University on a basketball scholarship. He began his coaching career by coaching high school teams before being hired by Walter Brown, owner of the Boston Celtics.