The 76ers are reportedly turning to the San Antonio bench for their new coach.
According to the New York Daily News, the Sixers have settled on former Spurs assistant Brett Brown as their new head coach. Brown replaces Doug Collins, who was let go when the 76ers decided not to renew the coach's contract.
Brown spent seven years as an assistant to Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, having spent the previous five years as a player development coach with San Antonio. The Daily News reports Brown was also a candidate to replace Doc Rivers in Boston and George Karl in Denver. Brian Shaw ended up getting the Denver job.