The Brooklyn Nets were fortunate to have Bruce Brown as a player. They were a group that frequently struggled with workforce issues and depended on leaders like Brown to stand up. Unfortunately, Brown doesn’t think the Nets are interested in having him.
In an interview with Mike Singer of the Denver Post, Brown had some open sentiments about NBA general managers and perhaps his former team.
Mike Singer followed up by asking if Brown was directly speaking about Brooklyn, to which Bruce Brown had a sly response, saying, “I’m accomplishing things people said I couldn’t do.”
Bruce Brown remarked, “I’m speaking to everyone who felt I couldn’t play a guard. “That’s to a lot of NBA general managers,”
Bruce Brown has only represented the Detroit Pistons, Brooklyn Nets, and Denver Nuggets in his NBA career. While playing for the Nets, he alternated between a guard and a forward. Before being switched to a forward position with the Nets, Brown played point guard during his second season with the Pistons and averaged four assists per game.
Even though Bruce Brown isn’t specifically mentioning the Brooklyn Nets front office, it seems evident that there may be a chance. Bruce Brown was selected in the second round as well. Thus, it’s highly likely that he has a grudge against several general managers. Brown’s ability to stand up in crucial situations will live on in the hearts of Nets supporters forever.