Head Coach Curt Miller Now Sits In Elite Basketball Company

Los Angeles Sparks Head Coach Curt Miller made history on August 6th against the Washington Mystics winning his 150th WNBA game as a head coach. His latest career milestone places him in elite company. Miller, Lin Dunn and Van Chancellor now stand alone as the only head coaches to have won at least 275 collegiate games and 150 WNBA games. Miller is the fifth fastest to 150 WNBA wins. He only trails Chancellor, Cheryl Reeve, Michael Cooper, and Mike Thibault.

Los Angeles Sparks General Manager and Chief Administrative Officer Karen Bryant weighed in on the head coach’s latest career accomplishment.

“Curt continues to cement his legacy as one of the most successful women’s basketball coaches at both the collegiate and professional level,” Bryant said. “He has a track record of building winning teams and programs at every stop along his 30-year career as a Head Coach. We’re excited to celebrate this milestone with him as we build the next era of the LA Sparks.”

Before coaching the Sparks, Miller served as the Head Coach of the Connecticut Sun where he was named the WNBA Coach of the Year in 2017 and 2021. Miller led the Sun to two WNBA Finals appearances in 2019 and 2022 and six playoff appearances in seven seasons. Miller also coached at Bowling Green State University (2001-12) and Indiana University (2012-14). In his tenure as a college coach, he won over 290 collegiate games.