The Detroit Pistons have chosen Lawrence Frank to be their new head coach, according to sources with knowledge of the team's thinking.
Kwame Brown is headed back to the Eastern Conference.
Larry Brown's departure in New York would mean his one season on his dream job would leave a shameful mark on his legacy, writes Marc Stein.
Marc Stein reports that a rookie, some youngsters and some old vets are defining De-troit Bas-ket-ball so far.
In Detroit, the Flip Saunders era promises to feature a happy squad, more running, more points, more zone and more Darko.
Larry Brown has proved he can win anywhere with anyone. But winning in New York with this Knicks team will test even Brown.
Detroiters are bound to worry about Flip Saunders succeeding Larry Brown, but they have to respect his willingness to take on the challenge, Marc Stein writes.
How can something as ugly as the Larry Brown situation turn out so well for so many? Marc Stein explains.
The Detroit Pistons say they were always open to having Larry Brown continue as their coach. Larry Brown still says he doesn't want to coach anywhere except Motown. The buyout both sides are working on says otherwise.
Marc Stein has the latest on the Larry Brown situation and other free agency buzz.
From Tim Duncan's resurgence to the Pistons' unflappable spirit, Game 7 was all that the NBA could hope for.
Since winning the title, Larry Brown has known little but misery. Now the Spurs can add to it, writes Marc Stein.
Marc Stein says the Pistons should cut Larry Brown loose now, and the Cavs should be very afraid for LeBron's future.
Signs suggest Larry Brown may be ready to leave an NBA sideline for the seventh time.
Can the Lakers recover from the first 2-1 deficit Phil Jackson has ever seen in the NBA Finals?