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    this also give other teams a chance to get brown as well......



    i say if brown is healthy enough let him coach......if not wait till the break if were doing bad then hire him

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    If Larry isn't heathy enough to coach the Pistons, well then the only other team I'd want to see him make a winner when he's able to come back is the Knicks.

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    i highly doubt hed go anywhere else if hes coaching. as he said b4 nyk is his dream job. the only other job he had lined up was the cleveland GM but its now occuppied so i think IF hes healthy enough to coach we got him.

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    Larry Brown is going to coach the knicks this upcoming season.
    He has made it very clear to Detroit that he wants to come back to coach them next season, but Detroit Mgt. do not want him back.
    This means that health wise - he is fine, willing and able.
    It also means that by saying that he wants to coach Detroit again implies that the only way Detroit can get rid of him is to fire him, which is what he wants. He will not agree to a buyout because it will prevent him from coaching another team for a season.
    He is a great coach but also a very shrewd businessman.

    Brown's agent told the NYpost that Detroit has fired him which means that brown can take up any job he wants aka the knicks.
    So expect to see him on the sidelines this 05/06 season.
    As for Herb, his contract states that when his head coaching term ends in August, he will return to the sidelines as an assistant coach if he is not made the knicks full-time coach.
    This is good because, if Larry does miss a few games because of his health, Herb can pick up the slack in the interim.

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    Originally Posted by Trin_Starr
    Larry Brown is going to coach the knicks this upcoming season.
    He has made it very clear to Detroit that he wants to come back to coach them next season, but Detroit Mgt. do not want him back.
    This means that health wise - he is fine, willing and able.
    It also means that by saying that he wants to coach Detroit again implies that the only way Detroit can get rid of him is to fire him, which is what he wants. He will not agree to a buyout because it will prevent him from coaching another team for a season.
    He is a great coach but also a very shrewd businessman.

    Brown's agent told the NYpost that Detroit has fired him which means that brown can take up any job he wants aka the knicks.
    So expect to see him on the sidelines this 05/06 season.
    As for Herb, his contract states that when his head coaching term ends in August, he will return to the sidelines as an assistant coach if he is not made the knicks full-time coach.
    This is good because, if Larry does miss a few games because of his health, Herb can pick up the slack in the interim.
    I've heard that the Pistons want a provision that states Larry will not be able to coach in 05-06 because he was not healthy enough to commit to 82 games for the Pistons this season.

    Having Herb in place will be a valuable tool for the Knicks. The Pistons wanted to hire a viable lead assistant for Brown because had we agreed to terms with him they were thinking he's probably gonna miss 15-25 games due to health, and Gar Heard just didn't get the job down this past season when LB went down.

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