Larry Brown, the veteran NBA vagabond coach who had a disappointing single season coaching the New York Knicks in his most recent stint on the bench, would be interested in getting back into coaching with the Sacramento Kings, a newspaper reported.
"I want to get back," Brown told the Sacramento Bee from his home in Philadelphia. "I miss it terribly. I haven't lost the passion to teach and coach. I don't want to end my career at 23-59. I feel I can do better. I look at Sacramento ... I respect the heck out of Geoff [Petrie]. I coached half that team. I don't mind going somewhere that's rebuilding, but wherever I go, I want everybody to feel that I'm the right person."
Oh, please please PLEASE let this happen! Brown coaching Artest could be the biggest trainwreck of the 2007-08 season! It has the potential for some great entertainment.
The Wisdom of Homsar: DaAaAa, these Easter pants are gettin' way too tight!
I'll echo what pieman said as I won't pile on you, as you seem to be a good guy. I just have some thoughts to share.... Knicks did beat the Bucks tonight. That most likely means Isiah keeps his job for a bit longer.