- Larry Brown's future in New York remains very much in question, so much so that the Knicks coach revealed yesterday, "I feel like a dead man walking."
Making just his second public comments since reports surfaced nearly three weeks ago that Garden chairman James Dolan is considering buying out Brown's contract and replacing him with Isiah Thomas, Brown claims that he has yet to receive any clarification about his job status.
When asked if he is confused about where he stands with the organization, Brown said: "You hear anybody deny the story? I haven't met with anybody. I work the kids out. I don't know what they've done in the past with the coach. Have they always had police escorts? I really don't have any explanation of what's going on. I do my job. I love this part of it. I'll come back tomorrow and do it again."
Brown was referring to last week when the Knicks summoned Greenburgh police to remove a small group of reporters from the grounds of the team's training facility. The reporters were told they would be arrested for trespassing.
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