SEC filing shows Brown got $18.5 million from Knicks
Larry Brown agreed to a settlement of $18.5 million after being fired as coach of the New York Knicks, meaning he accepted less than half of what was owed to him for the four remaining years of his contract.
The payment was disclosed in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing made Wednesday by Cablevision, the Knicks' corporate owner, which was reviewed by ESPN.com.
Neither the Knicks nor Brown have commented on his settlement in keeping with the terms of the agreement set forth by ...
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