The Warriors on Sunday added another key contributor going forward.
Golden State and Mike Brown reportedly completed a deal, bolstering the coaching staff, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical.
Brown slots in as Steve Kerr's top assistant, replacing Luke Walton, who departed for the Los Angeles Lakers this offseason.
Brown, like Kerr, is from the Gregg Popovich coaching tree.
He was part of the San Antonio Spurs' NBA championship in 2003 as an assistant under Popovich.
Brown had two stints as head coach of the Cavaliers - three as a head coach overall - and was named NBA Coach of the Year in 2009.
Brown also served as an assistant for the Indiana Pacers (2003-05) and Washington Wizards (1997-99).
With the exception of brief periods of unemployment, Brown has been coaching in the NBA since 1997.
Sources on @TheVertical: Golden State has completed a deal with Mike Brown to join Steve Kerr's coaching staff.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojVerticalNBA) July 3, 2016