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Brown's father on what he brings

Posted on: May 17, 2019 at 09:57:49 CT
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“He’s always played point guard all his life, even here with me,” said Lee High School coach Greg Brown, who doubles as Brown’s father. “Then he grew into that 6-7 frame and we started stretching him out, and now he shoots so well. He’s learned to have a post game as well. He does a little bit of everything.”

“They’re getting a kid that can play multiple positions, number one,” Greg Brown said. “He likes to share the ball. That’ll work well with all the talent Coach Martin has brought in, to have a kid come in who doesn’t mind taking a backseat and sharing the ball.”
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Brown's father on what he brings - FIJItiger MU - 5/17 09:57:49
     Shocking that his Dad/Coach would say such things.(nm) - sprintcar STL - 5/17 10:05:09
          He did record 11 triple doubles last year (nm) - FIJItiger MU - 5/17 10:06:13
               Reminds me of Lamont Frazier - Genco98 MU - 5/17 10:16:55
                    That sounds like a pretty solid comp except Brown looks - longtimereader MU - 5/17 16:26:59
                    Good point/comparison. Also similar to - FIJItiger MU - 5/17 10:19:42
                         That's right. That's one thing that MPJ was supposed to - GeorgiaTiger76 MU - 5/17 10:46:56
                              RE: That's right. That's one thing that MPJ was supposed to - MUKdC MU - 5/17 19:23:50
                              Yes, versatile players, hustling, coming at you in waves.(nm) - scif MU - 5/17 14:36:36

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