College - Arkansas
Tony Brown enters his first season as an assistant coach with the Bucks after being hired to the position on June 5, 2007. Brown returns to Milwaukee for the second time during his post-playing career as he served as an advance scout and college talent evaluator for the Bucks from 1994-97. He also played for the Bucks from 1988-90.

Overall, Brown has spent 10 seasons as an NBA assistant coach, most recently finishing up his third season as an assistant with the Boston Celtics. Prior to his three-year stint in Boston, Brown served as the lead assistant to Kevin O'Neill in Toronto (2003-04). He also spent two seasons as an assistant coach with the Detroit Pistons from 2001-03. During his time with the Pistons, the club registered back-to-back 50-win seasons, captured two Central Division titles, and advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals in 2003. Brown also served as an assistant with the Portland Trailblazers from 1997-2001. During his four seasons with Portland, the Trailblazers made four straight post-season appearances as well as two consecutive Western Conference Finals appearances (1999 and 2000).

In seven seasons as an NBA player, Brown split his time with nine teams, finishing with career averages of 6.0 points and 2.1 rebounds per game in 359 games. Brown played along side head coach Larry Krystkowiak for two seasons with the Bucks from 1988-90, averaging 3.5 points and 1.1 rebounds in 90 games. His best statistical season came in 1986-87 with New Jersey when he averaged 11.3 points in 30.4 minutes per game. The University of Arkansas product was a fourth-round draft choice of New Jersey in the 1982 NBA Draft.

Brown also played in the Continental Basketball Association (Lancaster Lightning, Ohio Mixers, Kansas City Sizzlers and Albany Patroons) and overseas with Reggio Emilia in the Italian League (1992-94).

Brown makes his offseason home in his native Chicago with his wife, Exquilynn.