Tag Archives: Larry Brown

PTRW #517 LARRY BROWN

“All the successful teams I’ve ever seen have three characteristics: They play unselfish, they play together, and they play hard.”

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PTRW #434 LARRY BROWN

“I’m tough on kids, and I’m trying to do a better job. I harp on good shots so much that early in the year kids are looking at the bench and wondering: Good shot? Bad shot? We’ve got to keep … Continue reading

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PTRW #151 LARRY BROWN

“Any information you get is going to help you, but I’m not one of those guys. Basketball is not like baseball. You can use that [analytics] knowledge and help things, but at the end of the day it doesn’t work in basketball … Continue reading

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PTRW #137 LARRY BROWN

“Last part of the play must be the strongest.”

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WHO WOULD WIN?

As we sit back and watch both New York professional basketball teams in the NBA playoffs (Knicks-Celtics and Nets-Bulls) for some strange reason I thought back to the 1975-76 season. The Nets defeated the Denver Nuggets that year 4-2 to … Continue reading

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BROOKLYN’S IN THE HOUSE

The year was 1970, I was six-years-old living in Brooklyn, New York. It was the first time I fell in love; in love with the New York Knickerbockers. That was forty-two years ago. It was also the year the Knicks … Continue reading

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