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Brown most recently served as an assistant coach at Coppin State for the 2016-17, and prior to that he was special assistant to the head coach at Mount St. Mary’s. As special assistant, Brown was responsible for analyzing team performance to aid with practice, game scouting and competition.
Before he joined the Mount, Brown was a six-year coach at Nevada, where he helped the Wolf Pack to the 2012 Western Athletic Conference title and a pair of National Invitation Tournament berths. While Brown was in Reno, the Pack posted two 20-win seasons, including a 28-7 record in 2012. Under his tutelage, Deonte Burton and Luke Babbitt earned WAC Player of the Year honors, and Babbitt and Armon Johnson were selected in the 2010 NBA Draft.
From 2006-09, Brown was an assistant coach at Seattle, helping the Redhawks to a 21-8 record in his final season. Prior to that, Brown spent four seasons as an assistant at Portland, assisting in the development of two-time all-conference selection Eugene Jeter.
A Los Angeles native, Brown was an assistant coach at El Camino College in Torrance, Calif., from 1998-2002 and spent three years as an assistant varsity coach at Inglewood High School. He also worked with AAU programs in Portland and Washington, D.C.
Brown played at El Camino College from 1988-90, leading his team to a pair of California Community College Final Four appearances. He spent one season playing at Hampton University in Hampton, Va., from 1991-92.
He and Jones share the same alma mater -- St. Bernard High School in Playa Del Rey, Calif.
Brown earned his bachelor's degree in sociology from Hampton University in 1993 and his master’s of education with an emphasis in physical education from Azusa Pacific University in 2000.
Brown and his wife, Robyne, have two daughters, Kennedy and Kensley.
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