Former NBA head coaches Al Attles and Hubie Brown will be awarded the Chuck Daly Lifetime Achievement Award during Game 2 of the NBA Finals on Sunday.
Named in honor of the Hall of Famer, the Chuck Daly Lifetime Achievement Award is presented annually by the National Basketball Coaches Association to recognize and honor coaches who have made a special contribution to the sport throughout their NBA careers.
Rick Carlisle, head coach of the Mavericks and president of the National Basketball Coaches Association, will present the award.
Attles, 80, coached the Warriors from 1969-70 until 1982-83 and guided the team to the NBA championship in 1974-75 with a four-game sweep of the Washington Bullets.
Brown, 83, who currently broadcasts NBA games for ESPN/ABC, was an NBA head coach for 13 seasons, with the Hawks, Knicks and Grizzlies.
Before that he coached the Kentucky Colonels for two seasons in the American Basketball Association, leading the team to the ABA title in 1974-75 when it beat the Pacers in five games.