Friday, December 9

Kings Reportedly Agree to Four-Year Deal with Warriors’ Mike Brown

The Kings have reportedly become the first NBA franchise in need of new head coach to make a hire this spring, agreeing to terms with Warriors assistant Mike Brown on a four-year contract, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. 

Sacramento reportedly finalized a deal with Brown on Sunday after meeting with him over a period of two days last week, per Wojnarowski. He landed the job over former Warriors coach and ESPN analyst Marc Jackson, who was considered to be one of the other finalists to fill the vacancy. 

Brown, 52, has been with Golden State since 2016 as the team’s associate head coach under Steve Kerr. He was on the sideline when the Warriors won championships in 2017 and ’18, often serving as the acting head coach when Kerr was unavailable.

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