Detroit Pistons' Owner May Try to Buy Out Larry Brown's Contract
Wednesday, July 13, 2005
Larry Brown is now healthy enough to coach the Detroit Pistons next season, his agent, Joe Glass, said yesterday. But that may no longer matter to the Pistons' owner, Bill Davidson. After dealing with Brown's in-season job discussions with Cleveland, Davidson called a meeting today with Brown, Glass and Joe Dumars, the team president, and is expected to make his frustration with Brown known, according to a person with knowledge of the meeting. (New York Times)
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