Larry Brown is a coaching nomad. The longest coaching stint in Brown's career is just 6 years, when he dealt with one of the biggest headaches in basketball in Allen Iverson and the Philadelphia 76ers. Its been Brown's M.O. as a leader of men, traveling from place to place to find a new opportunity and create a winning tradition.
ESPN's Andy Katz reported that SMU will meet with Brown on Saturday to discuss their head coaching opportunity as the Mustangs prepare to move to the Big East next season. Its also been reported that Marquette assistant Tony Benford will interview for SMU's head coach vacancy.
Here's a breakout of all of Brown's tour stops, which include small schools, ABA teams, an NCAA champion and an NBA champion.
- Davidson Wildcats (1972)
- Carolina Cougars (1972–1974)
- Denver Nuggets (1974–1979)
- UCLA Bruins (1979–1981)
- New Jersey Nets (1981–1983)
- Kansas Jayhawks (1983–1988)
- San Antonio Spurs (1988–1992)
- Los Angeles Clippers (1992–1993)
- Indiana Pacers (1993–1997)
- Philadelphia 76ers (1997–2003)
- Detroit Pistons (2003–2005)
- New York Knicks (2005–2006)
- Charlotte Bobcats (2008–2010)
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