When he belonged to Chicago, he had a thick and dark(ish) head of hair, a mustache worthy of Magnum P.I., and a championship swagger that befit the six-ring circus he ran on the city’s West Side.
The Lakers uncharacteristic early exit from the playoffs on Sunday was an unlikely end to Phil Jackson’s career. Regardless of whether Jackson appears courtside again, he is the greatest coach in American sports history. Period.
Seemingly every year there is a discussion about an athlete who stayed around one year too long. Willie Mays, Ken Griffey Jr. and Brett Favre are examples that come to mind.
I got to the Bulls’ practice facility long before anybody else this morning except for Tom Thibodeau.
In this era of the blogosphere and its rapid fire responses, there is supposed to be a surefire answer on everything, especially sports.
Chicago Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau has been named the Eastern Conference Coach of the Month, for the month of March.
Derrick Rose has the current spotlight in Chicago basketball, but if the Bulls wish to win the NBA title this year they need to rely on what every NBA championship team has relied on in the past.
Dasher and Dancer. Cookies and Milk. Mistle and Toe. And … NBA and Basketball?
Los Angeles Lakers head basketball coach Phil Jackson doesn’t believe that a team from the NBA’s Western Conference has the ability to break the Chicago Bulls all-time single season record of 72-10, set during the 1995-96 NBA season.
In the NBA, assistant coaches do everything they can to win the next possession. Offensive lieutenants keep the head coach aware of every substitution and matchup, advising the situational playcalling. Those responsible for defense shout […]