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June 13, 2003 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-13

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Pistons Select
Coaching Legend


Special to the Jewish News



he only Jewish head coach in
major men's pro sports, Larry
Brown will lead the Detroit
Brown has
coached pro or col-
lege basketball for
half his 62 years. He
was voted into bas-
ketball's Hall of
Fame last year. His
career highlights
include an NCAA
championship at
Kansas in 1988 and a berth in the NBA
finals with Philadelphia in 2001.
A 5'9" point guard at the University of
North Carolina, Brown won a gold
medal with the U.S. team at the 1961
Maccabiah Games in Israel. He later
coached the U.S. Maccabiah. team.
Brown will coach the U.S. team in the
Olympic Qualifying Tournament this
August, and in the 2004 Olympics. He
coached the Philadelphia 76ers for the
past six seasons.
Pistons President Joe Dumars called
Brown "one of the elite coaches in the
NBA." Brown said coaching the Pistons
is "a great opportunity for me ... The
future for this team is very promising
and I look forward to being part of the
success." Brown reportedly received a
five-year contract worth at least $25 mil-
North Farmington graduate Brad Jaffe
concluded a four-year tennis career with
Emory University in Atlanta by helping
his squad capture the NCAA Division 3
national championship.
Jaffe, Michigan's No. 1
singles champion in
1999, was Emory's cap-
tain this year. He was
15-2 at No. 3 singles
and also played No. 3
doubles. He won quar-
terfinal and final-round Jaffe
matches at the eight-team
NCAA final; his semi-final round match
was halted — with Jaffe leading — when
Emory clinched the overall match victo-
Jaffe earned All-University Athletic
Association first team honors three times
in singles and four times in doubles. He
owns Emory's highest career singles win-

ning percentage, .798.
Bloomfield Hills Andover freshman
Isaac Kalo won the high school Division
2 state tennis title at No. 2 singles,
defeating Country Day's Arvind
Nagarajan in the final, 6-3, 7-6. Kalo's
singles teammates all reached the semifi-
nals: sophomore Howie Migdal at No.
1, soph Jeff Taxe at No. 3 and junior
Matt Ran at No. 4, as Andover took
third place overall. Andover's No. 2 dou-
bles team of junior John Beitner and
Steve Lim reached the final, as did the
Barons' No. 4 doubles combo of Justin
Victor and Joe Hodges.
Ann Arbor Pioneer's Jason Hitchcock
completed a rare trifecta by playing on
three state championship teams in one
high school season. Hitchcock and his
partner won the Division 1 tennis title at
No. 3 doubles in two sets to help Pioneer
capture the state Division 1 champi-
onship. Hitchcock was also part of
Pioneer's championship water polo and
swim teams earlier this year.
Hitchock, a junior, is on track to earn
12 high school varsity letters.
Ann Arbor Huron placed third in
Division 1 tennis, with help from its No.
2 doubles team of senior captain Aaron
Silver and junior John Goldstein, who
reached the semifinals.
Also in Division 1 tennis, West
Bloomfield's Dan Feldman reached the
No. 3 singles finals, where he lost a three-
set match. His Laker teammate, David
Murav, reached the round of 16 at No. 1
singles. North Farmington's Mike
•Kaufinan reached the Division 2 quar-
terfinals at No. 1 singles.
Boys born in the years 1987-89 can
apply for the U.S. junior boys basketball
team for the 10th Pan American
Maccabi Games. The Games will take
place in Santiago, Chile, from Dec. 24,
2003, to Jan. 5, 2004. A training camp
will be held in either New York or
Florida beginning Dec. 20. The team
may be selected by tapes and coaches'
recommendations; if enough applications
are received, tryouts in Los Angeles and
Philadelphia could be held.
There will also be basketball teams in
the Youth Division (born in the years
1984-86), Open division and Masters
(over 40). To apply, e-mail:
maccabiusa.com ❑

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