|Born May 24, 1922 |
San Francisco, California
|Died December 19, 1991 (aged 69)|
|Listed height 6 ft 4 in (193 cm)|
|Listed weight 200 lbs (91 kg)|
|Coaching career 1954-1975 (21 years)|
|Jersey No. 12|
|High school Lowell High School|
(San Francisco, California)
|Playing career 1946-1949 (3 years)|
|1946-1949 Philadelphia Warriors|
|Career highlights and awards|
Howard Dallmar was a retired American professional basketball player and retired head coach. Dallmar played 3 seasons for the Philadelphia Warriors before retiring in 1969. He played College basketball at Stanford University.
Dallmar played for the Stanford Cardinal, his freshmen year the Cardinal reached the NCAA Division I men's basketball championship defeating Dartmouth to win the championship. He was awarded the 1941-42 NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player.
He joined the Philadelphia Warriors in 1946, averaging 8 ppg and a 64% FT percentage. The Warriors reached the NBA Finals defeating the Chicago Stags 4-1. Dallmar played 2 more seasons before ending his career in 1949.
In 1954, He became the Head coach at his alma mater Stanford. His first year he compiled a 16-8 but was not able to lead them to a championship and followed with the same result the next year 18-6 but not able to make a championship. The later part of the coaching career was filled with disappointment as compiled a single digit win record with a 5-20 record in the 1969-70 season and a 6-20 season the following season. Dallmar retired from coaching in 1975 after 20 years.
He passed away on December 19, 1991 at age 69 due to congestive heart failure.