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Bad endings follow Larry Brown


He is universally recognized as one of the great basketball coaches of all time. Yet, he leads the league in bad endings. Wherever he has been, no matter how much success he may have achieved there, he has left a trail. If Brown signs with the Knicks, it'll mark his 11th coaching position since 1974. He has coached in the ABA, the NBA, and college, but somewhat surprisingly, never at North Carolina, his alma mater. Do the Tar Heels know something nobody else does? (Journal Inquirer)


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