By CBS3 Staff


PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Brett Brown isn’t going anywhere. According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Sixers managing partner Josh Harris has said Brown will be returning next season.

On Sunday, a report surfaced that Brown needed “an NBA finals berth to keep his job.” The Sixers were eliminated in the second round of the playoffs on a heartbreaking Game 7 buzzer-beater from Toronto’s Kawhi Leonard Sunday night.

During Monday’s end-of-season press conferences, many Sixers vocally offered their support for Brown as head coach, including Joel Embiid calling the report “bulls—.”

The Sixers finished the regular season with a 51-31 record, good enough for the No. 3 seed in the East.

 

Comments
  1. Jim Kruger says:

    Philadelphia 76ers coach Brett brown is a complete & utter imbecile & i hope he gets fired. For the entire playoff series vs. Toronto, he had 7’2″ powerhouse Joel Embiid, potentially the best inside scorer since Shaquille & potentially best offensive rebounder since Moses Malone, standing around the 3 pt. line, 23′ 9″ away from the hoop.. Wasting the man’s talent, out of position to use his size & strength to score & out of position for offensive rebounds. I can’t stand the way the 3 pt. shot has distorted basketball, but this is the worst example yet…. some guys are excellent at the 3 p. shot, so be it… but a big man has to PLAY like a big man, damn it….

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