Dwight Howard and the Orlando Magic finished their dominating first series sweep of the pathetic Charlotte Bobcats on Tuesday, 99-90. After the game Bobcats head coach Larry Brown was swarmed with questions about his future with the team.
“I’m not coaching anywhere but Charlotte,” Brown said. “Now am I going to go home and talk to my wife and kids? I’ll be 70 years old with two young kids. Am I going to talk to them and find out what I need to do and am I going to talk to Michael? Yeah, absolutely.”
“I love coaching more than anything, except my family maybe. … I’m really, personally, not ready to step down in terms of my desire to keep coaching.”
I like how he says how much he loves coaching more than anything except “maybe” his family. I bet they would be glad to hear that!
Regardless of Brown’s coaching future, the Magic proved in this series that they’re a force to be reckoned with in the playoffs. It’ll be interesting to see just how far they can go.