It’s been a hell of a year for NBA head coach Mike Brown. He started the year as the head coach of Kobe Bryant’s Los Angeles Lakers and now he is back where he had his first head coaching position.
Mike Brown and the Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed to a 5 year 20 million dollar deal and he has been named the Cavs head coach. Brown will take over a young and talented Cleveland team with a star point guard Kylie Irving leading the pack and this will serve as the second time Brown has a young star player after coaching now Miami Heat MVP Lebron James.
Brown’s record with Cleveland in his first go round was 272-13 and although the Cavs only made it to the Finals in 2007 he managed to get Cleveland to the Eastern Conference playoffs sixth straight times. The Cleveland Cavaliers finished 24-58 this NBA season. Mike Brown will introduced as the Cavaliers new coach later today.
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