Tad Brown Rumors
The Rockets’ agreement with Daryl Morey, Tad Brown and others that were part of sale when the team was sold to Tillman Fertitta in 2017 gave five-year guaranteed contract extensions in which they will get paid by the Rockets, even after taking positions with other organizations, a person with knowledge of the agreements said. That could have worked to provide incentives to leave the team during that five-year period.
Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment (HBSE) Co-Founders Josh Harris and David Blitzer announced today that Thaddeus “Tad” Brown has been named Chief Executive Officer. In his role as CEO, Brown will oversee all business and growth functions for the HBSE brand and its properties, including the Philadelphia 76ers, New Jersey Devils and Prudential Center. Brown begins with the organization on Tuesday, Aug. 3.
Brown spent the past 15 years as CEO of the Houston Rockets, where he was the franchise’s representative on the NBA’s Board of Governors. Brown stepped down in Houston in April, and now rejoins Sixers president of basketball operations Daryl Morey, with whom he shared significant Western Conference success and a close working relationship while with the Rockets.
Cayleigh Griffin: The #Rockets have announced that Gretchen Sheirr will replace Tad Brown as President of Business Operations. She has spent the last 20 years with the organization. pic.twitter.com/eBNy7hLjBL