Larry Brown - Famous Basketball Player

Larry Brown Net Worth

$70,000,000

Larry Brown, a famous American basketball coach and former player, has an impressive net worth of $70 million. Throughout his career, Brown has achieved remarkable milestones by winning both NBA and NCAA titles, as well as leading eight different NBA teams to the playoffs.

Key facts:

  • Larry Brown is the only coach in the history of basketball to win both NBA and NCAA titles.
  • Brown has coached eight different NBA teams, leading all of them to the playoffs.
  • As a player, Brown won an Olympic gold medal as part of the US men's basketball team at the 1964 Summer Olympics in Tokyo.
  • Brown has had a successful coaching career, starting as an assistant coach and eventually coaching teams at both the collegiate and professional levels.
  • Throughout his coaching career, Brown has earned well over $150 million, making him one of the highest-paid coaches in basketball history.

Basic Information About Larry Brown

Full NameLawrence Brown
CategoryAthletes β€Ί Coaches
ProfessionsBasketball player, Basketball Coach, Athlete, Coach
Net worth$70,000,000
Date of birth1940-09-14 (83 years old)
Place of birthBrooklyn
NationalityUnited States of America
EducationLong Beach High School and University of North Carolina
FatherMilton Brown
MotherAnn Brown
SiblingsOne(Brother: Herbert Brown)
KidsFour( three daughters: Kristen, Madison and Alli and one son: L.J Brown)
GenderMale
Height5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ Twitter

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Additional information of Larry Brown

ZodiacVirgo
Lucky Number10
Lucky StoneSapphire
Lucky ColorGreen
Best Match for MarriageTaurus, Capricorn
Eye Colorhazel
Hair Colorgrey

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