Connie Mack managed the Philadelphia Athletics for 50 seasons. Consider Larry Brown his polar opposite.
Brown has made 13 coaching stops in his 38-year coaching career, going full circle from the Davidson College Wildcats to the Charlotte Bobcats without ever taking a season off since 1972.
Although Brown is 70 years old, the only man to ever coach NCAA and NBA teams to championships isn't about to take a respite from Dr. James Naismith's invention. Like Connie Mack, he has an eternal love for his sport and won't pull away until he physically can't coach anymore.
It's likely that Brown will be on an NBA sideline next season (or 2012 if there is a lockout).
The following list includes 10 struggling teams who would improve their current situation with Larry Brown as their head coach, and whether a potential Brown-to-city marriage could feasibly occur in each scenario.