Doc Rivers


Endorsements

Interests

Product Types


Interests

Some of the things that Doc Rivers likes include Basketball.

You need to sign-up to see additional content.

Charities

Causes


Charities

The charities that Doc Rivers supports include: St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, The Mental Health Coalition and When We All Vote.

You need to sign-up to see additional content.

Causes

The list of Causes that Doc Rivers supports include Children's Health, Mental Health, Racism and Social Injustices.

You need to sign-up to see additional content.

Social Media & Audience

Instagram
You need to sign-up to see additional content.

Engagement

Sponsored Posts
Instagram
Engagement Rate
0.00%
Comment Rate
0.00%
Like Rate
0.00%
Avg. views per post
0,000,000
Avg. likes per post
0,000,000
Avg. comments per post
0,000
Avg. posts per week
0.00
Avg. posts per month
0.00
Sponsored Engagement Rate
0.00%
Sponsored Comment Rate
0.00%
Sponsored Like Rate
0.00%
Sponsored Avg. views per post
0,000,000
Sponsored Avg. likes per post
0,000,000
Sponsored Avg. comments per post
0,000
Sponsored Avg. posts per week
0.00
Avg. posts per month
0.00

Contacts


Contact Information

Agent
Phone Number
Email
Mailing Address



You need to sign-up to see additional content.
October 13, 1961
Male
Marital Status
Category, category
  • Languages
  • Spoken
You need to sign-up to see additional content.

Doc Rivers Bio

Doc Rivers is a basketball coach and former player born on 13th October 1961 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. He is currently the head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers, which competes in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Rivers played High School basketball for Proviso East High School. He later went to Marquette University, where he continued playing basketball. He started his professional career with the Atlanta Hawks after being selected in the second round with the 31st overall pick of the 1989 NBA draft.

He went on to play for Los Angeles Clippers, New York Knicks, and San Antonio Spurs. Doc started his career as a coach in 1999 with the Orlando Magic. A year later, he was named the Coach of The Year after an outstanding season with the Magic. In 2003, he was fired by the Magic and went on to become a commentator for NBA on ABC. In 2004, he became the head coach of the Boston Celtics. In 2013, he joined Los Angeles Clippers. Seven years later, he joined the Philadelphia 76ers.

Similar Celebrities

Trésor Matondo

Soccer, Sports

Albert Vallci

Soccer, Sports

Angel Gomes

Soccer, Sports

Jalen Brunson

Basketball, Sports