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Warriors assistant Brown will be Kings’ next head coach, per report

Warriors associate head coach Mike Brown has his next assignment.

According to a report by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, after six seasons on the Golden State bench, Brown will head to I-80 to become head coach of the Sacramento Kings. The parties have reportedly agreed to a four-year deal.

Brown, 51, will replace Alvin Gentry, who replaced Luke Walton early last season when he was fired after a 6–11 start. The Kings finished 30–52, the fourth-worst record in the Western Conference.

Former Warriors coach Mark Jackson was another finalist for the job.

Brown has 21 years of NBA coaching experience, including eight seasons as head coach. He served in that role for two terms at Cleveland (2005–2010, 2013–14) and more than a year with the Lakers (2013–14). He was named NBA Coach of the Year in 2007 after guiding the Cavaliers to the Eastern Conference Championship. The Browns boast a career head coaching record of 347-216 over eight seasons, which ranks them as the ninth-best win percentage in NBA history among coaches who registered at least 500 games.

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