Could basketball vagabond Larry Brown be on the move again?
The SMU coach and basketball Hall of Famer has been contacted by the Brooklyn Nets and Philadelphia 76ers about coaching in the NBA again, according to an anonymous source reported on SNY.tv.
The source said a third team, possibly the Los Angeles Clippers, has also contacted Brown.
The source did not say the amount of interest in Brown, or whether Brown is merely being consulted about the openings.
Brown and Nets general manager Billy King worked together as coach and GM with the 76ers. The Nets have been reported to be targeting Indiana Pacers assistant Brian Shaw and Memphis Grizzlies coach Lionel Hollins.
Brown, 72, has completed one season at SMU and has said he is happy to be at a place where he can teach basketball to young talent.
Brown signed a highly-rated recruiting class, led by McDonald's All-American Keith Frazier. He also moved his family to Dallas in the offseason and his son, L.J., will be a freshman ...