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Michael Jordan just fired Larry Brown

RedsArmyAdmin December 22, 2010 Uncategorized 5 Comments

Oh wait… it's a "mutual decision"

Owner Michael Jordan said in a release Wednesday that in a mutual decision after Charlotte's disappointing 9-19 start that Brown has stepped down as coach.

The 70-year-old Brown was in his third season with the Bobcats and led them to a franchise-first playoff appearance last season.

I've been through those "mutual decisions" before.  Basically, it's a "here, sign this resignation, and I'll accept it."  

And Larry Brown is 70??  C'mon man… why do you want to deal with guys like Kwame Brown and Stephen Jackson.  I know you love the game and all… but why don't you just go get league pass on some big yacht and laugh at Jordan screwing up another franchise from the Florida Keys or something?  Give it up, dude.

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  • Lee in Oregon

    Never been a fan of Larry but his coaching record is a helluva lot better than MJ’s record as an executive. Thank God the C’s have Danny!
    I think the problem in Charlotte stems from letting Felton go. Augustin isnt ready to start on a playoff team.

  • Jared

    Having moved to NC 4 years ago, I can tell you one thing about the Bobcats that pretty much sums up their problems (as well as peoples thoughts about the Brown firing)
    Nobody Cares. Nobody.

  • KY Celts fan

    That’s true. Bobcats definitely take a very big backseat to the Tar Heels and Blue Devils. Probably the Panthers. And if they have a baseball team, I’m sure the Bobcats come after them, too.

  • http://profile.typepad.com/6p01156f5d5008970c Jester00

    When are people going to understand that Larry Brown is not a good coach…..not sure I will ever forgive him for costing us a gold medal.

  • http://TheOtherFifteen.com jeremyhawn@gmail.com

    Larry Brown is still the only coach with both an NCAA title and NBA title, and he almost had a 2nd NBA title if not for the Spurs winning in game 7 in ’05. He’s not a good coach, he’s a great coach.