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D-League coach (and DQ owner) Joe Wolf on NBA's radar


has a lot of the requisite qualities [of an NBA coach]. Not only was he influenced heavily by his four years of playing for , but Wolf also is part of the Carolina brotherhood that has produced , , and so many other excellent coaches. He knows what it's like to be a first-round pick (No. 13 overall in 1987, by the Clippers) and to adjust to a variety of roles to fit into a team. (Sports Illustrated)

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