Brett Brown will no longer serve as the head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers after the management fired him following their swept first-round defeat against the Boston Celtics at the NBA bubble in Florida.
Beaten down by the same team for several years already in the playoffs, the Sixers and Brown decided to part ways.
Brown served for seven years to the rebuilding team which has their motto ‘trust the process,’ however, Sixers will now come to the crucial part of finding the right person to call the shots starting next year.
Philadelphia is no longer a rebuilding team thanks to the emergence of Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons. This season, they also got veteran Al Horford and Tobias Harris.
Putting good names was a great move for the Sixers but they failed to perform to the expected level come playoff time, not to mention they missed the service of Simmons who had an injury.
Despite coming to the end, Brown remained thankful to the organizations, players and fans during his stay in Philadelphia.