Mike Brown Was Late To Game 2 Because He Was Pulled Over By The Police

Cleveland Cavaliers' Brown directs his team against the Boston Celtics during their NBA game in Cleveland

What is up with the Golden State Warriors coaching staff? One coach can’t make it to games because of ongoing back problems. And now the assistant coach is showing up late to games because he is getting pulled over by the police. Mike Brown, acting Warriors head coach, was driving behind the Spurs team bus at a freeway exit as he was driving his son Cam — a huge fan of Spurs coach Gregg Popovich — and a couple of friends in his SUV on Tuesday. Initially, Brown was ushered through several red lights without having to stop, but then multiple officers on motorcycles yelled for Brown to hold up. Brown tried to pull the “Hey, do you know who I am?” card but the police officer wasn’t buying it telling Brown “I don’t care. Hey you, stop.”

Let’s see what Twitter thought of Brown’s excuse for his late arrival to game 2.


What makes this story even better is that the opposing coach, Greg Popovich, saw the whole thing and just laughed. It's a good thing the Warriors are so good that they don't really need a coach. Because apparently all their coaches are having a hell of a time trying to make it to the games.

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