Former 76ers head coach finds new coaching job in the Western Conference
Former 76ers head coach Brett Brown has landed a new coaching position in the NBA.
Brown has agreed to return to San Antonio to join Gregg Popovich’s staff as an assistant coach, according to Adrian Wojnarowski.
Brett Brown was an assistant coach under Gregg Popovich from 2007-2013, prior to the 76ers hiring him at the start of the 2013 season. Brown was the coach all throughout “The Process” years, leading the team to a 221-344 record in his 7 seasons in Philly.
It’s safe to say that Brett Brown is now joining another team that’s about to go through a massive rebuild/tank Process. The Spurs just trade Dejounte Murray to the Atlanta Hawks yesterday for Danilo Gallinari and 3 first-round picks, pointing all signs to them going for Victor Wembanyama in the 2023 NBA Draft.
Once Gregg Popovich hangs it up, I wouldn’t be shocked to see Brett Brown as the next head coach of the San Antonio Spurs either.
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