Knicks fire Brown, name Thomas new coach
NEW YORK -- Larry Brown is no longer the NBA's dead man walking. His "dream job" as coach of the New York Knicks is over, finally ending what may have been the most drawn-out firing in sports history.
Now Isiah Thomas gets the job of coaching the overpriced, underachieving roster he created.
The Knicks put Brown out of his coaching misery Thursday, ending weeks of uncertainty by firing the Hall of Fame coach and replacing him with Thomas, the team president and general manager.
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Larry Brown fired by Knicks
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