VICE PRESIDENT / TREASURER: NATE MCMILLAN
Nate McMillan is the Vice President/Treasurer of the National Basketball Coaches Association. McMillan began his career in the NBA after the Seattle SuperSonics drafted him with the 30th overall pick in the 1986 draft, where he spent his entire 12 year playing career. After retiring from playing in 1998, McMillan stayed with the Seattle franchise, earning a place as an Assistant Coach under Paul Westphal. He held this role until 2000, when he was named Interim Head Coach of the SuperSonics. After officially being named Head Coach in 2001, he coached the Seattle SuperSonics until 2005. After 19 years with the organization, McMillan left Seattle to become Head Coach of the Portland Trail Blazers, holding that role from 2005 to 2012. During that time, McMillan had also been an Assistant Coach under Mike Krzyzewski for the U.S. National Team in the 2006 FIBA World Championship and in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, winning bronze and gold medals, respectively. McMillan again served as an Assistant Coach under Mike Krzyzewski for the U.S. National Team during the 2012 London Summer Olympics. In 2013, McMillan was hired as an Assistant Coach for the Indiana Pacers under Head Coach Frank Vogel. After the end of the 2015-16 season, the Pacers promoted McMillan to Head Coach, and he has led the Pacers to the playoffs every year for his first 3 years as Head Coach. In January 2019, McMillan earned his 600th career win against the Toronto Raptors, becoming the 26th Coach in NBA history to reach this milestone.
Nate and his wife, Michelle have a son, Jamelle, and a daughter, Brittany Michelle.