Position: Head coach
Experience: 14 years, all with Warriors (1970-83)
Career stats: 557 wins, 518 losses, .518 winning percentage
Championships: 1 (1975)
All-time Warriors team role: Head coach
Bottom line: Nicknamed "The Destroyer," Al Attles is as ferocious as they come. Attles earned the nickname despite being just six feet tall and weighing 175 pounds, but he was so tough that even the NBA’s goliath, Wilt Chamberlain, was scared to fight him.
During the end of Attles' 14-year playing career, he became a player-assistant coach, then a player-head coach, then just the head coach. He led the team to its first NBA championship since moving to the Bay in 1975 and then moved to the Warriors' front office, where he still works today.
Steve Kerr has accomplished more in the postseason than Attles did as head coach, but with all due respect to Kerr, he doesn’t have the hardest job in the world given the talent on his team. Attles is one of six coaches in NBA history to win 500 games and an NBA championship with one team.
That's why he gets the nod to lead the all-time Warriors team.