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Three teams - including Philly - have contacted Brown

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07:00 AM ET 06.05 | A return to the NBA could be in the offing for 72-year-old SMU coach Larry Brown. The Brooklyn Nets and the Philadelphia 76ers have both "contacted" [Brown] about their coaching openings, a source close to Brown told SNY.tv. The source said a third team, possibly the Los Angeles Clippers, has also reached out to Brown. ... The source requested anonymity because he is not authorized to speak publicly for Brown. "Three NBA teams have talked to him," the source said, adding that he was not certain of the identity of the third team. The Nets, Sixers and Clippers all have coaching openings. "If one of those teams offered him I think he would [take it]," the source said. Brown is the only man to win an NBA and an NCAA title as a coach and has coached nine NBA teams.

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June 5, 2013  07:52 AM ET

Larry "G.O.A.T." Brown > Phony Phil.

No need to take this headache.

This is who Atlanta should have gotten.

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June 5, 2013  08:42 AM ET

Suitcase Larry, rehashed again.

June 5, 2013  08:44 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Larry "G.O.A.T." Brown > Phony Phil.No need to take this headache. This is who Atlanta should have gotten.

Even this guy is coattailer. He never led an NBA team to the finals working from the ground up and winning it all. That Pistons he coached was on the brink of going to the finals led by Coach Carlisle but he was ceremoniously fired. That's what you call the ultimate coattailer...

June 5, 2013  08:46 AM ET

Anyways, Brown is done as an NBA head coach. He never last w/ a single team so mind as well not take a chance on him... He is 72...

June 5, 2013  08:54 AM ET

Time For You To Fade Away, Bro.

June 5, 2013  09:13 AM ET

No, No, and No. Brown stay retired man. Is the coaches available that bad that we must bring in Brown. The guy is 72

June 5, 2013  10:03 AM ET

He maybe old but hubie brown is just as old and he brought the grizzly back to life yrs ago

June 5, 2013  10:15 AM ET
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Even this guy is coattailer. He never led an NBA team to the finals working from the ground up and winning it all. That Pistons he coached was on the brink of going to the finals led by Coach Carlisle but he was ceremoniously fired. That's what you call the ultimate coattailer...

Stop trolling.

Everyone knows Larry is no coattailer, he is the G.O.A.T. of coaches.

Who do you think taught Pop how to coach???

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June 5, 2013  10:30 AM ET
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bonner?

ok, now you're just being mean.

June 5, 2013  10:48 AM ET
QUOTE(#9):

Stop trolling.Everyone knows Larry is no coattailer, he is the G.O.A.T. of coaches.Who do you think taught Pop how to coach???

Did you see my example? The guy just coattail his way to 1 championship. That's the perfect example of your stupid example...smh

June 5, 2013  11:03 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

Larry "G.O.A.T." Brown > Phony Phil.No need to take this headache. This is who Atlanta should have gotten.

Your definition of a great coach is just dumb. Brown would have been great if he did win a ring w/ the Spurs but he just brought them to be an above average team. And he had Robinson in his prime. He is a coattailer because he went to a team that have been in the ECF for 2 or 3 straight years?

June 5, 2013  11:05 AM ET
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bonner?

Would you consider Wino Pop as a great coach because he brought them to the finals w/ Bonner in his rotation???? lol

June 5, 2013  11:07 AM ET

Larry Brown is great coach.

June 5, 2013  11:08 AM ET

And he should end up with the Nrts....

June 5, 2013  11:09 AM ET

*Nets*

June 5, 2013  01:23 PM ET
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THIS GUY would be a good fit for the Clippers.

You mean re-fit, right?

 
June 5, 2013  02:34 PM ET

Game has past him by!!!

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