San Antonio Spurs coach Larry Brown had expressed interest in the head coaching position at Michigan, the San Antonio Express-News reported Tuesday.

The newspaper, citing an unidentified coaching source close to Michigan athletic director Bo Schembechler, said Brown expressed the interest in the job whem the Spurs were in Detroit last month.According to the paper, the said source Brown asked that he be recommended to Schembechler for the job.

Michigan assistant coach Steve Fisher took over as the Wolverines head coaching on March 15 after Bill Frieder was hired by Arizona State. Schembechler has yet to offer Fisher a contract for next season.

Brown, who has had disagreements with Spurs owner B.J. "Red" McCombs several times this season, denied that he is interested in the Michigan post.