What 76ers Head Coach Brett Brown Brings to the Table

For those of you who are not familiar with new Head Coach Brett Brown, I will help you as we take a look at his career resumé and how he will help the Philadelphia 76ers in the future:

Brett Brown 

  • In 1994 he was named Coach of the Year as he won the championship in the National Basketball League (NBL, an Australian Professional Basketball league)
  • Brown coached 278 NBL games from 1993-98 and finished with a record of 149-129

    (Brown's 149 victories ranked 6th All-Time in NBL History)

    Brown’s 149 victories ranked 6th All-Time in NBL History.

  • He spent another three seasons in the NBL with the Sydney Kings after spending a year as a member of the San Antonio Spurs basketball operations department
  • From 1996-2000, he served as an assistant on the Australian National Team
  • In 2009, he was officially named head coach of Australian Nation Team
  • In 2002, Brown joined the San Antonio Spurs as an assistant coach/director of player development
  • After his first 5 seasons, he was officially moved down to the bench as an assistant coach
  • During Brown’s time as the right hand man of Head Coach Gregg Popovich, the Spurs won 3 NBA titles and 4 conference titles
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