|Born||April 4, 1949|
|Nationality||Australian / American|
|1976-1978||Crystal Palace (basketball)|
|1988-1989||Isuzu Motors (associate)|
|1996-1997||Wonju Naray Blue Bird|
|1997-2004||Isuzu Motors/Yokohama Giga Cats(associate)|
|2005-2007||Jomo Sunflowers (associate)|
|2008-2010||Link Tochigi Brex|
|2014-2017||Link Tochigi Brex|
Thomas Wisman is an Australian-American basketball coach and a former player. He was head coach of the national teams of England, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Japan and Qatar.
He won the 1995 NBL Coach of the Year Award while coaching Newcastle Falcons of the National Basketball League in Australia.
He won the championship of the 2009-10 Japanese Basketball League as head coach of Link Tochigi Brex.
|Regular season||G||Games coached||W||Games won||L||Games lost||W–L %||Win–loss %|
|Playoffs||PG||Playoff games||PW||Playoff wins||PL||Playoff losses||PW–L %||Playoff win–loss %|
|Link Tochigi Brex||2008-09||25||13||12||.520||5th||-||-||-||–||-|
|Link Tochigi Brex||2009-10||42||27||15||.643||2nd||6||5||1||.833||JBL Champions|
|Link Tochigi Brex||2014-15||54||43||11||.796||2nd in Easten||4||2||2||.500||3rd|
|Link Tochigi Brex||2015-16||54||43||11||.796||2nd||5||3||2||.600||3rd|
|Link Tochigi Brex||2016-17||60||46||14||.767||1st in Eastern||6||5||1||.833||Champions|
|Yokohama B-Corsairs||2018-19||60||14||46||.233||6th in Central||-||-||-||–||-|
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