The Sacramento Kings apparently found their new head coach.
As reported ESPN, the franchise with Mike Brown has agreed on a four -year contract.
Brown is supposed to end the playoff thumb route at the Kings: Sacramento has been waiting for a participation in the Postseason for 16 years, and a team has never had to wait as long in the NBA history.
Brown will only take on the role after the current postseason has ended.
At the moment, the 52-year-old is still a assistant coach alongside Steve Kerr at the Golden State Warriors.
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Previously, Brown had already worked as a head coach for the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Los Angeles Lakers.
In 2007 he was recognized as a coach of the year after led the cavs around the young LeBron James to the NBA finals.