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This article is about the American basketball coach. For the New Zealand former racing driver, see Dave McMillan (racing driver). David MacMillan (December 24, 1886 – July 9, 1963) was an American basketball coach. He was a longtime men's basketball coach (18 years, 1927-42, and 1945-48) at the University of Minnesota, and coached the NBA's Tri-Cities Blackhawks in 1950. External links BasketballReference.com: Dave MacMillan Gopher Basketball Historical Information Dave MacMillan's obituary v · d · eMinnesota Golden Gophers men's basketball head coaches No coach (1895–1897) • L. J. Cooke (1897–1924) • Harold Taylor (1924–1927) • Dave MacMillan (1927–1942) • Carl Nordly (1942–1944) • Weston Mitchell (1944–1945) • Dave MacMillan (1945–1948) • Osborne Cowles (1948–1959) • John Kundla (1959–1968) • Bill Fitch (1968–1970) • George Hanson (1970–1971) • Bill Musselman (1971–1975) • Jim Dutcher (1975–1986) • Jimmy Williams # (1986) • Clem Haskins (1986–1999) • Dan Monson (1999–2006) • Jim Molinari # (2006–2007) • Tubby Smith (2007– ) Pound sign (#) denotes interim head coach. v · d · eMinnesota Golden Gophers head baseball coaches No coach (1876) • No team (1877) • No coach (1878) • No team (1879) • No coach (1880) • No team (1881–1882) • No coach (1883–1902) • No team (1903) • No coach (1904) • No team (1905) • No coach (1906–1907) • Walter Wilmot (1908–1909) • Perry Werden & Walter Wilmot (1910) • Wilkie Clarke (1911) • No team (1912) • Denny Sullivan (1913–1914) • Frosty Thomas (1915) • No team (1916–1921) • Russ Ford & Bee Lawler (1922) • Lee Watrous, Jr. (1923–1926) • George Clark (1927) • Dutch Bergman (1928–1930) • Frank McCormick (1931–1941) • Dave MacMillan (1942–1947) • Dick Siebert (1948–1978) • George Thomas (1979–1981) • John Anderson (2005– ) v · d · eAtlanta Hawks Formerly the Buffalo Bisons, Tri-Cities Blackhawks, Milwaukee Hawks, and St. Louis Hawks • Founded in 1946 • Based in Atlanta, Georgia The Franchise Franchise • All-Time roster • Seasons • Head coaches • Current season Arenas Wharton Field House • Milwaukee Arena • Kiel Auditorium • St. Louis Arena • Alexander Memorial Coliseum • Omni Coliseum • Lakefront Arena • Georgia Dome • Philips Arena Head Coaches Potter • Auerbach • MacMillan • Logan • Todorovich • Moore • Levane • Holzman • Martin • Hannum • Phillip • Macauley • Seymour • Levane • Pettit • Gallatin • Guerin • Fitzsimmons • Tormohlen • Brown • Fratello • Loughery • Fratello • Weiss • Wilkens • Kruger • Stotts • Woodson • Drew D-League Affiliate Reno Bighorns NBA Championships (1) 1958 Retired Jerseys 9 • 17 • 21 • 23 • 40 Lore "Shock the World" • The Human Highlight Film • Harry the Hawk • The Highlight Factory • J-Smoove • Pistol Pete Media TV: WPCH-TV • Fox Sports South • SportSouth • Radio: WQXI-AM • Announcers: Bob Rathbun • Dominique Wilkins • Steve Holman Persondata Name Macmillan, Dave Alternative names Short description Date of birth December 24, 1886 Place of birth Date of death July 9, 1963 Place of death This biographical article relating to a United States basketball coach is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e