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Old 10-29-2011, 10:51 PM   #1
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Default Phil Jackson says Bulls overachieved last season

The Chicago Bulls finished 62-20 to secure the No. 1 seed in the NBA last season, advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals and Derrick Rose became the Bulls' first league MVP since Michael Jordan played for Phil Jackson in the 1990's.

What does all of this mean to Jackson?

"I think they overachieved last year as far as record and how they got to the spots they got to in the playoffs," said the former NBA coach on 'The Waddle & Silvy Show' Thursday.

He commented that Bulls need to help Rose and "They just can't be one-dimensional in that regard. They have to have those complementary pieces to assist Rose in his game."

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Default Re: Phil Jackson says Bulls overachieved last season

Yep, we did. The Bulls were expected to get 52-55 wins, we got 62. We were expected to make it no further than the 2nd round, yet, we made the ECF. That is the textbook definition overachieving. Thank you captain obvious LOL
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Default Re: Phil Jackson says Bulls overachieved last season

Now let's talk about the Lakers UNDERachieving Phil, eh?
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Default Re: Phil Jackson says Bulls overachieved last season

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Yep, we did. The Bulls were expected to get 52-55 wins, we got 62. We were expected to make it no further than the 2nd round, yet, we made the ECF. That is the textbook definition overachieving. Thank you captain obvious LOL


Lol. Nailed it.

I think everybody expected them to be at least an above-average team, but nobody predicted #1 seed. So by definition......
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