Larry Brown Quits as VP of 76ers
"He has the taste of coaching back in his mouth," Brown’s agent, Joe Glass, said. "It would be refreshing to have a situation going that he could enjoy, rather than the last one, to say the least."
Glass said Brown, who won an NBA title with Detroit (2004) and a college title with Kansas (1988), would not rule out returning to either level.
Brown, 67, rejoined the Sixers last season as consultant and was hired in January 2007 as a vice president, more than three years after he quit his coaching job to take the same position in Detroit.
Brown resigned as coach of the 76ers in 2003 after six often-turbulent seasons in which he helped rebuild a struggling franchise. [ESPN]