The Oklahoma City Thunder forward has made it clear he has no plans to leave the city he calls home.
In an interview with TMZ Sports, Brown told the publication that he plans to stay put in his hometown of Norman.
But when he moved to the city in 2014, he was shocked to see his house ablaze in the process of renovations.
Brown, a 6-foot-9 forward, has not commented on the incident but said the flames did not happen right after the renovations were completed.
The Oklahoma City native said he didn’t think anyone would want a house to become a fire hazard.
Brown said he and his wife moved to Norman in the summer of 2014 to open up the home they were buying, which was located in the same subdivision.
But Brown’s home is now considered to be one of the worst in the city, according to local reports.