In almost any scenario, Brown's successor at guard would have faced a prohibitive task of trying to replace the contributions of points, assists and steals that Joey Brown provided the Hoyas...that is, of course, if his successor wasn't named Allen Iverson.
The suspect, Brown, was booked by authorities on Tuesday, November 17th, 2015, according to official records obtained from the Polk County Sheriff's Office. He has allegedly been charged with a single offense. Interestingly, when conducted a cross reference check for Joey Brown, we located 2 possible previous arrests for Brown.
The numbers alone don't tell the story of how important Joey Brown was to the Hoya teams of the early 1990's, especially given the considerable turnover at shooting guard that affected the team's depth throughout this time. Coach Thompson called Brown's position "an extension of the coach" and the ability of Georgetown to post a 84-42 (.667) record is a direct reflection of Brown's work at the point.
Every effort has been made to ensure the integrity of these data, however, Des Moines Mugs makes no claims of guarantee surrounding the accuracy of such alleged facts, as Joey Brown is to be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Last updated on .