|Date of birth:||October 28, 1959|
|Place of birth:||Indianapolis, Indiana|
|1992||Indiana Pacers (asst.)|
|1993||Dallas Mavericks (asst.)|
|1994-1999||Minnesota Timberwolves (asst.)|
|Career Highlights and Awards|
|No. 10, 14|
|Date of birth: October 28, 1959|
|Place of birth: Indianapolis, Indiana|
|Height: 6 ft 6 in||Weight: 210 lbs|
|NBA Draft: 1983; Round: 1 / Pick: 22nd|
|Selected by the Washington Wizards|
|Pro career: 1983-1992|
|Career highlights and awards|
|Randy Wittman at NBA.com|
Randy Wittman served as head coach of the Wolves. being appointed in 2007. It was his third stint with the Timberwolves coaching staff. He spent the 2005-06 season as an assistant coach with the Orlando Magic after serving in the same capacity with the Wolves from 2001-2005.
Wittman was with the Timberwolves for five seasons (1994-99) as an assistant coach before serving as head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers for two seasons (1999-2001), where he compiled a 62-102 record. Wittman originally came to Minnesota from the Dallas Mavericks, where he spent the 1993-94 season as an assistant coach. He also served one season (1992-93) as an assistant coach with the Indiana Pacers.
A 1983 graduate of Indiana University, Wittman played nine seasons in the NBA. He was a first-round draft choice of the Washington Bullets but was dealt to the Atlanta Hawks prior to the start of the 1983-84 campaign. During his NBA playing career, Wittman saw action with the Hawks, Sacramento Kings and Pacers, averaging 7.4 points per game and shooting 50.1 percent from the floor.
A two-time academic All-American at Indiana, Wittman was a member of the Hoosiers' 1981 NCAA championship team and was named co-Big Ten Player of the Year as a senior in 1983. Wittman was honored in November 1995 with induction into the Indiana University Hall of Fame. A native of Indianapolis, Wittman and his wife, Kathy, have two children, Ryan and Lauren.