In 1972, the Carolina Cougars, a US basketball team with a 35–49 record, hired a rookie coach named Larry Brown, who immediately raised the team's win total by 22 games. A season later, he was gone, opting to resurrect the 37–47 Denver Nuggets, which he coached to a 28-win bump.
Before long, Brown was off to the New Jersey Nets, which saw a 20-win jump. Two years later, he joined the San Antonio Spurs, followed by the Los Angeles Clippers, the Indiana Pacers, the Philadelphia 76ers, the Detroit
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