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Larry Brown interested in coaching high school basketball in East Hamptons

Larry Brown and coaching basketball are two things that just go together. He is the only coach to win at a championship at the NCAA level as well as the NBA level. 147 more words


Larry Brown's Trying to Coach HS Basketball Next Season a la Martin Lawrence in Rebound

Less pressure (but not no pressure) to commit academic and recruiting violations.

East Hampton High School in Long Island, New York was coached to over 550 wins by the legendary Ed Petrie (he had another couple hundred elsewhere), making him the most successful coach in Long Island history. 151 more words


Hall-Of-Famer Larry Brown Is Reportedly Mulling A High School Coaching Job

Larry Brown is known for two things.

First off, he’s been a very successful basketball coach. He’s won titles in the NBA and in college. He’s in the Basketball Hall of Fame, after all. 244 more words


Larry Brown Interested In East Hampton High School Coaching Job

EAST HAMPTON, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Larry Brown might soon land a surprising new gig: high school coach.

The nomadic NBA and college coaching veteran has expressed interest in coaching the boys varsity team at East Hampton High School, according to multiple reports. 304 more words


Could Hall of Famer Larry Brown become a high school basketball coach?

Carolina, Denver, New Jersey, San Antonio, L.A. Clippers, Indiana, Philadelphia, Detroit, New York, Charlotte.

UCLA, Kansas, SMU.

Larry Brown is a coaching lifer, as he’s been a head coach at the college or professional level since 1972. 342 more words


Larry Brown On Allen Iverson: Coaching Him Made Me A Better Person

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) —  Philadelphia 76ers legend Allen Iverson will be inducted into the Hall of Fame tonight.

This afternoon, former Sixers head coach, and hall of famer himself, Larry Brown called in to the Mike and Ike Show on SportsRadio WIP to discuss A.I. 310 more words


{Book Attraction} "Bad News" : The Turbulent Life of Marvin Barnes, Pro Basketball?s Original Renegade by:Mike Carey, Bob Costas

Marvin “Bad News” Barnes was considered a future Hall of Fame basketball player before he even graduated from college. A standout at Providence College, where he averaged 20.7 points and 17.9 rebounds per game, he was an All-American with the world at his fingertips. 262 more words

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