By Andrew Porter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Larry Brown is a well-known detractor of The Process.

The former Philadelphia 76ers head coach — who led the team to the 2000-01 NBA Finals — has publicly disagreed with the Sixers’ direction under their new general manager Sam Hinkie.

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“I’m sick of what’s going on there,” Brown said via Sheridan Hoops. “You know I care about the Sixers. It’s an unbelievable basketball city and I had a great experience there. I don’t want to get on them when they’re struggling, but they don’t have any veteran leadership. I want to help. I could straighten it out in five minutes. I wish they’d get Allen involved. All those young kids worship him.”

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Last October, Brown echoed similar sentiment in an interview on SportsRadio 94WIP.

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“If anybody deserved to be part of that franchise, I felt it was Aaron [McKie] and then I was really upset when Eric [Snow] and George [Lynch] and myself weren’t able to get to Allen’s retirement,” Brown said in October. “And then, I’m concerned, I wanted Allen involved with that franchise in a real positive way and in an important way.”