Fred Brown (born August 7, 1948 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin) is a former professional basketball player. A 6'3" guard from the University of Iowa, he played 13 seasons (1971-1984) in the NBA, all with the Seattle SuperSonics. He was selected to the NBA All-Star Game in 1976, and he scored 14,018 points in his career.
Brown's #32 Sonics jersey was retired November 6, 1986 in honor of his long and distinguished career with the Sonics. He still holds the team's all-time marks for points in a regular season game with 58, points in a playoff game with 45 (a record shared by Ray Allen), and steals with 10 (a record shared by Gus Williams). Often among the league leaders in free-throw percentage, Brown also led the NBA in three-point shooting percentage in the 1979-80 season, the first season in which the three-point line was adopted by the league. He was captain of the Sonics' 1978-79 world championship team.
When he retired in 1984 he was the SuperSonics' all-time leader in:
Games played (963) Points scored (14,018) Field goals (6,006) Free throws (1,896)