Larry Brown

Born: Sept. 14, 1940

played in ACC, AAU, 1964 Olympics and ABA; 3- time assist leader (1968-70) and 3-time Coach of Year (1973,75-76) in ABA; coached ABA’s Carolina and Denver and NBA’s Denver, N.J., San Antonio, LA Clippers, Indiana, Philadelphia and Detroit, winning the 2004 NBA title with Pistons; also coached UCLA to NCAA Final (1980), Kansas to NCAA title (1988) and the USA men’s basketball team to a disappointing bronze medal in Athens in 2004.

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