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Brown as a junior at Georgia Tech
|Born||July 17, 1957|
|Listed height||6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)|
|Listed weight||180 lb (82 kg)|
|High school||Kokomo (Kokomo, Indiana)|
|NBA draft||1979 / Round: 2 / Pick: 23rd overall|
|Selected by the Utah Jazz|
|1979–1982||Anchorage Northern Knights|
|Career highlights and awards|
Quautico Moreno "Tico" Brown (born July 17, 1957) is an American former professional basketball player.He was born in Kokomo, Indiana. At 6'5" tall, and 180-pounds, he played at the shooting guard position.
Brown began his college basketball career in 1975, at Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, Georgia, before starring at the Georgia Institute of Technology, from 1976–79, averaging 16 points per game over three seasons.
Brown was selected by the Utah Jazz, in the second round (23rd pick overall) of the 1979 NBA draft, and spent eight seasons in the Continental Basketball Association (CBA), where he was a member of two championship teams. He retired in 1988, as the league's all-time leading scorer (with 8,538 points), and was voted to the All-Time CBA Team. He also played overseas in Switzerland, Venezuela, and Belgium.
A prolific scorer, Brown scored 53 points in a February 1987 game, while playing for the CBA's Savannah (Ga.) Spirits. He also logged a 52-point game 11 days earlier, and had a 51-point game in December 1986. In a double-overtime game on March 30, 1983, during the CBA Championship Series, Brown scored 60 points, to help the Detroit Spirits down the Montana Golden Nuggets, 136–128. His team went on to win the best-of-seven championship, 4 games to 3.
In October 2007, Brown was inducted into the Howard (Indiana) County Sports Hall of Fame.
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