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Old 11-11-2012, 04:55 PM   #45
mr sax
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Default Re: Backup Plan: Who is next best coach suitable for Lakers if/when Mike Brown get fired?

Originally Posted by lakerfreak
Like Sax said ^^^

We're championship contender most likely but it does not necessarily guarantee we will win a championship and the only reason is definitely because of age. Look at what happened to Steve Nash in less than half a second. He got hurt, and because he's so old, its going to take much longer than the average time for his leg to heal.

I also agree with DK.

Phil Jackson isn't an amazing coach because of his X's and O's, but he's just a weird dude. By weird, I mean that he's got this talent that no other coach has. This talent is being the best motivator, mind preparer. The man gets the best out of each and everyone of his players, from 1-15. Who else can do that?

Agreed, but this is a tough situation for Phil to walk into seeing as Laker management already has the most expensive roster in the league even without Phil Jackson's salary. I'm thinking he'll expect at least 10 million which would put a heck of a lot of pressure on him to win a championship which the fans will expect. Although it's also a lot of dough, it's also a lot of stress.
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