SHANGHAI — Mike Brown brushes his teeth in the same pattern and rhythm every day, irons dress shirts straight from the dry cleaners and color codes practice reports. Normally, just the thought of going three consecutive days in the preseason without practice — something the Warriors did this week — would grate on the admittedly obsessive Brown. But Golden State’s associate head coach has the benefit of hindsight: Back in the Far East a decade after he took the Cavaliers to China as a head coach, Brown recognizes that there is no need to fret over matters out of the team’s control. “We know we’re going to be a few steps behind, and you just kind of have to live with it,” Brown said Saturday.
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