Mike Brown agreed to reunite with the Cleveland Cavaliers, he hasn't played there since Lebron was there and all of his five seasons LeBron took him to the play-offs. That might not happen this time around.
Brown will be payed 20 million dollars for a five season deal, this time it might be hard to coach a team with out any star quality. Kyrie Irving shows potential and so does Dion Waters, but there has been competition for that point guard spot and there is not dough that it is Irvings.
The first time around, Brown was fired after the Cavs' lost to Boston in the 2010 Eastern Conference semifinals, shortly before James decided to leave Cleveland as a free agent.
"I'm happy for him, very happy for him," James said Tuesday before Game 2 of the Heat's first-round series against Milwaukee. "I think he's a really good coach, very defensive-minded coach. It'll be good for the young guys that they have."
I have to agree with LeBron, Mike Brown is a great coach to have and he has proven that and he might just turn around the Cavaliers for next season.
By David B.