The Philadelphia 76ers have announced they have fired head coach Brett Brown.
Brown posted a 221-344 record in Philadelphia and made the playoffs in three of his seven years with the team. In their three postseason runs, Philadelphia never made it past the second round of the playoffs. After being swept in the first round of this year’s playoffs, the expectation around the league was that the 76ers would be looking for a new coach.
The 76ers will be “exploring changes in the front office structure,” according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Wojnarowski also stated that 76ers General Manager Elton Brand “will continue to oversee basketball operations.”
Philadelphia will now look for a coach with a new philosophy on how to get the talented 76ers roster to reach its highest potential.
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