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LAS VEGAS – Nothing could disrupt Mike Brown’s state of relaxation.
The Warriors’ assistant coach just returned from France after attending a friend’s wedding. Only a month ago, Brown won his second consecutive NBA championship with the Warriors. And he spent Monday watching his son, Elijah, playing in the Warriors’ summer-league loss on Dallas.
Nothing could rattle Brown, not even the NBA’s frenetic free agency period that included LeBron James joining the Los Angeles Lakers.
“I don’t really think it does anything for us. No matter where he is or no matter what anybody else does, everybody gets up and plays us,” Brown told Bay Area News Group. “Everybody is gunning for us. It doesn’t matter if it’s the Lakers and LeBron, the Clippers or whoever else. It’s going to be a dog fight. I don’t know if it does anything for us as a team.”
Is that because the Warriors now have five All-Stars after acquiring DeMarcus Cousins?
“Yes,” Brown said, laughing.
Brown will soon work with the Warriors’ four other All-Stars in Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson. While all those players will participate a minicamp here for the U.S. Men’s national team from July
Article source: https://www.mercurynews.com/2018/07/09/warriors-mike-brown-on-coaching-lebron-james-james-joining-lakers/
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