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Larry Brown leaning toward accepting Knicks job

Sunday, July 24, 2005

Larry Brown's children were running around their house wearing Knicks gear sent by Isiah Thomas while their 64-year-old unemployed father was preparing to take another look at the pros-and-cons list he and his wife had assembled the night before. Brown was spending the weekend contemplating whether to become the head coach of the New York Knicks, and in a lengthy phone interview Saturday he left a strong impression that he was leaning toward taking the job. (Clarion Ledger)

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