â€œFirst of all, I donâ€™t care where you work in or anybody you work for, nobody wants to be let go at any time. Donâ€™t get that wrong. Thing about it is I get paid very good money and part of it is to deal with the public pressure that comes along with the job, in my opinion, and thatâ€™s one of them. "
He also answered questions about the Princeton Offense
â€œOh no. First of all, no. This is the sad part about it. If anybody knows basketball that understood it and watched basketball and knows basketball, they would have saw that even the â€˜Princeton offenseâ€™ or the thing they saw that we were doing wasnâ€™t the Princeton offense. You could talk to Pete Carril and his head would probably be spinning 360 degrees and a million times a minute trying to explain to somebody what we were doing. It wasnâ€™t the Princeton offense."
He also answered questions about did he believe Phil was the coach to replace him
â€œI donâ€™t know if they had an opportunity to get Phil, because I wasnâ€™t part of the conversation. [laughs] If they did have an opportunity to get Phil, you would think that would be the direction they would go. Heâ€™s a guy that obviously has won more championships than anybody in the history of the game and heâ€™s brought a lot of success to the organization and if you thought they had an opportunity to get that guy
Mike Brown was on Dan Lebatard's show and answered questions about the Lakers. Its a really good interview check it out.