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Larry Brown steps down from Memphis coaching role: Hall of Famer addressing 'medical issue'

Hall of Fame basketball coach Larry Brown stepped down from his special assistant position at Memphis, the school announced via release, cited ongoing health concerns. The statement also noted the issues were not considered serious. Brown, 82, joined the Memphis program in 2021 as an assistant coach before moving to a special assistant spot before this season. Memphis announced in late October that Brown was taking a leave of absence “to address a medical issue,” adding that Brown “hopes to return soon.”

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With a 12-13 record, the New York Knicks are in ninth place in the Eastern Conference, which would give them a spot in the play-in tournament if the regular season ended at the time of this writing. However, they’re bound for their second straight season of disappointment after claiming the...

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Larry Brown departing Memphis due to health issues

Basketball Hall of Famer Larry Brown is stepping down from his role as a special advisor to the head coach at Memphis due to ongoing health concerns, the team announced. The concerns aren't considered serious. "We wish coach Brown a speedy recovery," Memphis head coach Penny Hardaway said. "Having coach...

DBusiness Breakfast Series — 2023 Michigan Economic Forecast

The DBusiness Breakfast Series hosted its 2023 Michigan Economic Forecast on Wednesday, Dec. 7, at the Mike Ilitch School of Business at Wayne State University in Detroit. The event featured a strolling breakfast and networking before a keynote presentation by Timothy Nash, vice president emeritus, director of the McNair Center for the Advancement of Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship, and a McNair Endowed Chair in free market economics at Northwood University in Midland. The event was sponsored by Absolute Succession, Delta Dental, the Detroit Pistons, Greystone Financial, Hylant, Plunkett Cooney, PNC Bank, Fishbeck, and Defined Mortgage. // Photographs by Patrick Gloria.