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Mike Brown is among the finalists for the Sacramento Kings head coach position. The 52-year-old coach has been working as an associate head coach at the Golden State Warriors since 2016, but is looking return to being a head coach once again.

His representative Warren LeGarie says that Brown is willing to accept the Kings job if the team offers it to him. According to LeGarie, his client likes the people that work on the team and sees the potential in Sacramento.

Via Jason Anderson of Sacramento Bee:

“Mike is willing to take the job based on the fact that he knows he’ll be supported and have a chance to win,” LeGarie said. “He sees this as a good job and looks forward to being asked to be the head coach.” LeGarie said the job is appealing to Brown for a number of reasons. “First and foremost, he likes the people who are working there,” LeGarie said. “He loves the arena. He thinks that’s a natural resource that will help attract players because you’ve always got to have a place where the fans are involved and the facilities are terrific. And he believes the team has enough talent to give them a real solid chance of becoming a playoff contender.”

Brown was a head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers (for six years in total) and the Los Angeles Lakers (for one year).