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Frank Vogel is an American professional basketball coach. He previously served as the head coach for the Los Angeles Lakers, Indiana Pacers and Orlando Magic of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Vogel also previously served as an assistant coach of the Pacers, Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics. He coached the Lakers to an NBA championship in 2020.

Early life

NameFrank Vogel
Net Worth$10 million
OccupationBasketball coach
Age48 years
Frank Vogel net worth 2022

Frank Paul Vogel was born on June 21, 1973 (age 48 years) in Wildwood Crest, New Jersey, United States. During his eighth grade year, he was featured in an episode of Late Night with David Letterman during the Stupid Human Tricks segment, in which he spun a basketball on a toothbrush while brushing his teeth.

On December 10, 1990, Vogel’s childhood home caught fire and everything in the house was destroyed. Vogel, who was 17 years old at the time, and his mother—the only two people in the house at the time—escaped out of a window. Vogel graduated from Wildwood High School in 1991. At Juniata College in Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, Vogel was a starter for the Division III basketball team.

In 1994, Vogel transferred to the University of Kentucky. Vogel served as the student manager for the Kentucky Wildcats men’s team under head coach Rick Pitino in the 1994–95 season. The following season, Pitino resurrected the school’s junior varsity team, and Vogel played for them. Vogel graduated from Kentucky with a B.S. in biology in 1998.

Coaching career

Frank Vogel began his career as the head video coordinator for the Boston Celtics under head coach Rick Pitino. He retained that position for five years before being promoted to assistant coach in the 2001–02 season. After coaching with Boston, Vogel went on to become an assistant for the Philadelphia 76ers.

Vogel left the 76ers to become an advance scout for the Los Angeles Lakers from 2005 to 2006 and the Washington Wizards from 2006 to 2007. Vogel then became an assistant for the Indiana Pacers under former Celtics colleague Jim O’Brien.

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On January 30, 2011, after O’Brien was fired from his head coaching position, Vogel was named interim coach. As interim coach, Vogel led the Pacers to the playoffs for the first time since 2006. Vogel was officially named as the Pacers’ head coach on July 6, 2011.

Shortly before the Indiana Pacers were to take on the Miami Heat in the 2012 Eastern Conference semifinals, Vogel criticized his opponents for alleged flopping: “They are the biggest flopping team in the NBA. It’ll be very interesting (to see) how the referees officiate the series and how much flopping they reward.

Every drive to the basket, they have guys not making a play on the ball but sliding in front of drivers. Often times they’re falling down even before contact is even being made. It’ll be interesting to see how the series is officiated.” He was fined $15,000 by the league for these remarks.

On April 7, 2013, the Pacers clinched their first Central Division title since the 2003–04 season. They finished the 2012–13 season with a 49–32 record, clinching the third seed in the Eastern Conference. After defeating both the Atlanta Hawks and the New York Knicks in six games, the Pacers went on to face the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals. In Game 1, the Pacers were defeated by the Heat 103–102 in overtime after LeBron James drove by Paul George for a wide-open layup with 2.2 seconds left on the clock.

Frank Vogel was roundly criticized for leaving the Pacers’ primary defender, Roy Hibbert, on the bench during the final play. Vogel said that he made that decision out of the concern for Chris Bosh and acknowledged that he might do it differently next time. In a back-and-forth series where neither team won consecutive games, the Pacers lost in seven games.

Vogel was named the Eastern Conference head coach for the 2014 NBA All-Star Game in January 2014. He had guided the team to their best start in franchise history, en route to a 56–26 record, good for first in the Eastern Conference. However, for the second consecutive year, the Pacers lost to the Miami Heat in the Conference Finals.

He signed a two-year contract extension with the Indiana Pacers, to keep him through 2016. With Paul George missing all but six games of the season due to injury, the Pacers just missed the playoffs due to tiebreakers with the Brooklyn Nets. Vogel brought the team back to the playoffs with a retooled and rejuvenated roster the following season, however, they fell to the Toronto Raptors in seven games in the first round.

On May 5, 2016, following the loss to the Raptors, Pacers’ president Larry Bird announced that Vogel’s contract would not be renewed, citing a need for “a new voice” to lead the players. He departed Indiana as the franchise’s all-time leader in NBA wins (Bobby “Slick” Leonard has the most total victories as the Pacers’ head coach, with the majority coming in the ABA).

On May 20, 2016, Frank Vogel was named the head coach of the Orlando Magic. He oversaw a young, developing team and dealt with a change in the front office after his first year when Rob Hennigan, the general manager who hired him, was replaced with John Hammond. He went 54–110, missing the playoffs both seasons. On April 12, 2018, Vogel was fired by the Magic after the conclusion of the 2017–18 season.

Los Angeles Lakers

Frank Vogel was named the head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers on May 13, 2019. In his first season in 2019–20, he led the team to a 52–19 record and an NBA championship, having the best record in the Western Conference and the third-best record in the league. Vogel was named a head coach of the 2020 NBA All-Star Game due to the Lakers holding the best record in the West.

In the playoffs, the Lakers defeated the Portland Trail Blazers, Houston Rockets, and Denver Nuggets in five games each. In the 2020 NBA Finals, they beat the Miami Heat in six games to claim the 17th NBA title in Lakers’ history, tying Boston for the most championships. The team spent over 100 days in the NBA bubble after the season resumed from its four-month suspension due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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In his second season, the Lakers finished with a 42–30 record as Anthony Davis and LeBron James sustained injuries throughout the season. Training camp began 71 days after the end of the NBA Finals, the shortest NBA offseason ever. The Lakers were 21–6 when Davis injured his Achilles, which sidelined him for 30 games. They advanced from the play-in tournament to make the playoffs as the No. 7 seed but were eliminated by the eventual Western Conference champion Phoenix Suns in six games in the first round.

After trading for Russell Westbrook, the Lakers entered the 2021–22 season as the favorites to win the conference. Frank Vogel used 41 different starting lineups, as Lebron James and Davis again missed significant time to injuries. The Lakers finished 11th in the Western Conference with a 33–49 record and missed the playoffs. On April 11, 2022, Vogel was fired by the Lakers. He went 127–98 in three seasons.


Frank Vogel is married to Jenifer Vogel, they had their wedding ceremony in 2002. He first met his wife Jenifer while working for the Bolton Celtics as an assistant coach. The couple has two daughters, Arianna Vogel, and Alexa Vogel.

Frank Vogel net worth

How much is Frank Vogel worth? Frank Vogel net worth is estimated at around $10 million. His main source of income is from his career as a professional basketball coach. Vogel successful career has earned him some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy cars trips. He is one of the richest and influential basketball coaches in the United States. His salary is around $4 million as of 2022.