MSG Networks have fired Brendan Brown after allegations of verbal harassment made by the now former Knicks radio analyst, according to a story published by the New York Post.
“Brown, who had teamed with Ed Cohen on Knicks radio games heard on ESPN New York’s 98.7 FM, has not been on the air for recent games with Monica McNutt, Alan Hahn, John Wallace, and Wally Sczerbiak among those who have filled in or are scheduled to offer analysis,” the Post explains.
Brown — the son of former NBA Head Coach Hubie Brown, who hails from Summit, New Jersey — served as color analyst on Knicks radio broadcasts for the better part of the last decade, taking over for John Andraiese in 2012. Brown was an advanced scout for the Knicks from 2006-08, and served an assistant coach on his father’s Memphis Grizzlies teams.
NEWS: Knicks' radio analyst Brendan Brown was fired after verbal harassment allegations were brought to MSG Networks' Human Resources, The Post has learned.https://t.co/Ae3xSwmJLi— Andrew Marchand (@AndrewMarchand) January 23, 2023