Dave Wohl was a 6'2" guard who went to high school at East Brunswick High School in East Brunswick, NJ. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Wohl was a two-time All-Ivy League selection at guard and led the Quakers to two Ivy League titles and two NCAA Tournament appearances.
He was selected in the third round by the Philadelphia 76ers in the 1971 NBA Draft. Wohl spent seven years as a player from 1971-78. He appeared in 410 career games with the 76ers, Portland TrailBlazers, Buffalo Braves, Houston Rockets and New York-New Jersey Nets. He averaged 6.2 points, 1.4 rebounds, and 3.4 assists for his career.
When his playing career ended, Wohl became an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Lakers, and worked in that capacity until the team won the NBA title in 1985. He then was named head coach of the New Jersey Nets, a position he held for three years, from 1985-1987, and in 1986 he led the Nets to the playoffs.
He served as a scout for the Miami Heat in 1988 and was an assistant coach in Miami from 1989-1991. He served as a television analyst for Miami in 1991-1992. He then spent two seasons as an assistant coach for the Kings and the Clippers. From 1995-1997, Wohl served as Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations for the Heat.
Wohl then served a second stint as an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Lakers during the second half of the 1998-99 season. Prior to coming to the Celtics, he served as an assistant coach for the Orlando Magic under Doc Rivers for five seasons from 1999-2004.
He was signed as an assistant in Boston in May of 2004 and brought to the team over 30 years of NBA experience as a player, analyst, coach, and GM. He works with the players on their skills and the fundamentals. More than an hour before a Celtics’ game, he can be found on the court with other Boston assistant coaches, working with players on fundamentals of the game. Despite his relatively short stature—he is listed as 6 feet 2 inches tall, a good five inches short of the NBA average—Wohl has the reputation of being a solid teacher of big men as well as guards.
Though it has been 20 years since Wohl was a head coach, he said he would consider doing it again but realizes that sometimes you only get one shot at it. He loves basketball and working with the young players in Boston. He still has a passion for the game even after 3 decades of playing and coaching. Wohl and his wife, Elena, have two daughters, Natalie and Katie.
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