SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KXTL) — The Sacramento Kings officially announced Mike Brown as the team’s new coach in a press release Monday.

According to multiple sources, FOX40 previously reported that Brown has agreed to a four-year deal with the Kings to become the 21st head coach in the Sacramento era, and the 11th since Rick Adelman, who last coached the team to a playoff appearance back in 2006.

In the release, the Kings said the terms of the deal were not disclosed per team policy.

Brown, 52, is making his way to Sacramento from the Golden State Warriors coaching staff.

Brown has served as an associate head coach on Steve Kerr’s staff since 2016. He will continue to remain with Golden State through their playoff run.

Mike has consistently demonstrated his ability to lead winning teams throughout his long and successful coaching career. He has worked with some of the best players in the NBA and is one of the league’s premier defensive minds. I am excited to bring his extensive experience to Sacramento.”

Sacramento Kings General Manager Monte McNair

Brown has held head coaching positions including two stints with the Cleveland Cavaliers, as well as the Los Angeles Lakers. He has a 347-216 head coaching record in the NBA.

During Brown’s previous head coaching stints, his teams have reached the playoffs in six of his seven full seasons at the helm. All of those teams have advanced past the first round.

The Kings finished the 2021-22 season with a 30-52 and missed the playoffs for an NBA record 16th-consecutive season.