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Phil Jackson

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Phil Jackson

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Phil Jackson interview on Fox Sports Live.

balldontlie:

Epic conversation between our Kelly Dwyer, DiGiorno Pizza and Phil Jackson, because, of course.

Phil Jackson and Jeanie Buss selfie

Phil Jackson and Jeanie Buss selfie

(Source: twitter.com)

PHIL JACKSON THE GOD

PHIL JACKSON THE GOD

Michael was more likely to break through his attackers with power and strength, while Kobe often tries to finesse his way through mass pileups. Michael was stronger, with bigger shoulders and a sturdier frame. He also had large hands that allowed him to control the ball better and make subtle fakes. Jordan was also more naturally inclined to let the game come to him and not overplay his hand, whereas Kobe tends to force the action, especially when the game isn’t going his way. When his shot is off, Kobe will pound away relentlessly until his luck turns. Michael, on the other hand, would shift his attention to defense or passing or setting screens to help the team win the game
— Phil Jackson points out the differences, as he sees it, between Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant in an excerpt from his forthcoming book Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success.
Phil :-)

Phil :-)

This newest Next Media Animation piece isn’t any more ridiculous than the Lakers’ situation, so it’s actually perfect.

Who me? I’m just chilling.

Who me? I’m just chilling.

Throwback feat. Phil Jackson

upnorthtrips:

RUNNING WITH THE BULLS

There are not many player-coach photos that are better than this one

upnorthtrips:

RUNNING WITH THE BULLS

There are not many player-coach photos that are better than this one

Phil Jackson guarding Pat Riley during a ‘72 Knicks-Lakers game.
The socks! The shorts! The hair!
THE STACHE.

Phil Jackson guarding Pat Riley during a ‘72 Knicks-Lakers game.

The socks! The shorts! The hair!

THE STACHE.

Michael Jordan’s All-Star 2012 Gatorade Commercial.

This how you want to go out? Alright, I’ll see you next summer.

Phil Jackson to his team at the final minutes of Game 7 2000 Western Conference Finals, Portland vs. L.A. As told by Shaq on Open Court.

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