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Brown and Jordan both bleed North Carolina blue and are friends. Brown makes it a point to go every summer with his son L.J. to teach at Jordan's basketball camp in Santa Barbara, Calif. Brown, meanwhile, has his two daughters from his first marriage living in Charlotte, as well as his 101-year-old mother, Anne. The team executive said he could foresee Jordan trying to hire UNC legend Dean Smith as a Bobcats consultant. Smith, who is Brown's mentor, could be a calming influence and ensure Brown and Jordan stayed on the same page to avoid the disaster that occurred between Brown and Isiah Thomas, who no longer are on speaking terms. (New York Post)

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