Retired NBA Finals MVPs: What are they doing now?

The Most Valuable Player in the NBA Finals is an award that's only been around since 1969. Find out what retired Finals MVPs are doing today.

Willis Reed, New York Knicks

1970 MVP – N.Y. beat Los Angeles, 4-3
1973 MVP – N.Y. beat Los Angeles, 4-1

What he’s doing: Reed’s long career in basketball ended in 2007, when his last stop was as an executive with the New Orleans Hornets. He lives in his native Louisiana in retirement. The zenith of his career since playing, spent in various coaching and management positions, occurred with the New Jersey Nets in 2002 and 2003, when the team reached the NBA Finals before losing to the Lakers and Spurs, respectively.

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