Larry Brown began taking risks early
Friday, July 22, 2005
Barring some unforeseen breakdown, Larry Brown will soon become the highest-paid coach in the business of fun and games. The word is the New York Knicks are preparing to pay Mr. National Geographic in excess of $10 million per year to assume what would be his 11th head coaching position, a journey that has taken him East and West, North and South, in and out of the ABA and NBA, including pit stops on the campuses of UCLA and Kansas. (New Orleans Times-Picayune)
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