Ex-Laker HC to USC?

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Ex-Laker HC to USC?

Postby cruiser » Tue Jan 15, 2013 12:35 pm

Rumor has it that USC is interested in Mike Brown for the head coach position. Could be a good match,
interesting, no?



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Re: Ex-Laker HC to USC?

Postby regularbob » Tue Jan 15, 2013 12:55 pm

Could be an interesting match but most coaches who have been in the NBA dont like to drop back down to college just because of the hassles around recruiting and compliance. It is major hassle to have to deal with compared to the NBA. I have talked to Mike on more than a couple of occasions this year and he has said numerous times that he is enjoying just being a dad right now. Elijah is getting looks from schools like Butler and a few others, but more offers will surely come. His younger son will play Varsity football next year and is a very good looking lineman. One other thing, Mike has no reason to really do anything right away because he is still getting paid by the Lakers for the next 2 years...
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Re: Ex-Laker HC to USC?

Postby regularbob » Tue Jan 15, 2013 3:14 pm

Mke Hopkins would probably be the best choice...Asst at Syracuse but has local roots, played at MD and knows how to recruit very well...
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Re: Ex-Laker HC to USC?

Postby longtimeobserver » Tue Jan 15, 2013 9:04 pm

Mike Hopkins is an outstanding young man and coach. I believe he is penciled in to take over when
Baheim retires at Syracuse.

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Re: Ex-Laker HC to USC?

Postby Red » Wed Jan 16, 2013 6:49 am

regularbob wrote:Could be an interesting match but most coaches who have been in the NBA dont like to drop back down to college just because of the hassles around recruiting and compliance. It is major hassle to have to deal with compared to the NBA. I have talked to Mike on more than a couple of occasions this year and he has said numerous times that he is enjoying just being a dad right now. Elijah is getting looks from schools like Butler and a few others, but more offers will surely come. His younger son will play Varsity football next year and is a very good looking lineman. One other thing, Mike has no reason to really do anything right away because he is still getting paid by the Lakers for the next 2 years...


It would be great if Mike relented if he is offered the job. One thing I know for sure, he was NOT the reason the Lakers lost all those games. Kobe is the cancer.
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