Gerald Brown enjoyed a successful 14-year professional playing career, having played in many different leagues across the globe including the NBA for the Phoenix Suns, Israel, Serbia, Germany, Spain, Australia, Poland, Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela, and Puerto Rico.
Prior to his professional career, Gerald was a three-time First Team All-West Coast Conference performer at Pepperdine University, where he led the conference in scoring during the 1996 season.
Originally from Los Angeles, Gerald grew up in Phoenix, AZ, where he attended Carl Hayden High School. He was the Arizona High School State Player of The Year in 1993, leading his team to a 29-1 record and 5A state championship.
Today, Gerald is an assistant men’s basketball coach at Concordia University of California, where he helped the Eagles to a first place finish in the PacWest in 2016.