76ers agree to 3-year extension with Brett Brown | AP sports

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It's only fitting that Brett Brown is on board as the Philadelphia 76ers begin to take off.

Head coach Brett Brown has signed a three-year extension with the Philadelphia 76ers, Tuesday.

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However, the manner in which he conducted himself through these hard times was exceptional, and is a huge reason as to why this much-deserved extension has been awarded to the 57-year-old Brown.

Brown just completed his fifth season on the job for the Sixers.

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Brown had just one year left on his deal from his previous extension, and the Sixers front office chose to add another three years to his contract, giving him the security and peace of mind he needs, and very much deserves, to coach this young squad. The organization stuck with him after the team won just 47 games in Brown's first three seasons, including a 10-72 campaign in 2015-16.

The end result this season saw the Sixers finish in third place in the Eastern Conference standings with a 52-30 record.

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In the playoffs, the No. 3 seed Sixers cruised past the Miami Heat in the first round before being eliminated by the second-seeded Boston Celtics in five games in the second round. Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid are two up and coming stars in the association.

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