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A look at the top 10 NBA coaches with the most all-time wins in a career. Read our coverage of Jerry Sloan resigning here.

10 Dick Motta, 935 wins
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From left, Dick Motta, Rulon Jones and Vernon Law are inducted into the Utah Sports Hall of Fame in October 2002.

9 Red Auerbach, 938 wins
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Boston Celtics general manager Red Auerbach hugs the stars of the Celtics NBA Championship win over the Los Angeles Lakers, Bill Russell, left, and John Havlicek, right, in Los Angeles, in a May 3, 1968, photo.

8 Bill Fitch, 944 wins
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Jazz forward Karl Malone chats with Clippers coach Bill Fitch during game 2 of the Clippers series in April 1997.

7 George Karl, 1,016 wins
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Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl walks on the court before the start of the team's season opener against the Utah Jazz during an NBA basketball game Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010, in Denver.

6 Larry Brown, 1,098 wins
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In this Oct. 30, 2009, file photo, Charlotte Bobcats coach Larry Brown, right, talks with then-managing partner Michael Jordan before the Bobcats' NBA basketball game against the New York Knicks in Charlotte, N.C.

5 Phil Jackson, 1,134 wins
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In this June 23, 2010, file photo, Los Angeles Lakers head coach Phil Jackson talks to reporters during exit interviews at the Lakers' basketball practice facility in El Segundo, Calif. Jackson will return next season, putting off retirement for at least another year to chase his 12th NBA championship.

4 Pat Riley, 1,210 wins
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Former Miami Heat head coach Pat Riley listens during a news conference after stepping down as coach in Miami Monday, April 28, 2008. Riley resigned as coach Monday but remains team president.

3 Jerry Sloan, 1,221 wins
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Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan talks with Karl Malone in November 1989 in Salt Lake City.

2 Lenny Wilkens, 1,332 wins
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Members of the 1992 USA Olympic "Dream Team," from left, David Robinson, John Stockton, coach Lenny Wilkens, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird and Chris Mullens listen to other inductees speak at the Basketball Hall of Fame enshrinement news conference in Springfield, Mass., Friday, Aug. 13, 2010.

1 Don Nelson, 1,335 wins
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In this April 6, 2010 file photo, Golden State Warriors coach Don Nelson watches from the bench during the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Washington Wizards in Washington.