Phil Jackson Back to Chicago?

This NBA offseason is looking to be one of the most exciting in recent years with Lebron James becoming a free agent. The Saga of Lebron has now gotten a new chapter with the rumor of Phil Jackson heading back to Chicago. The only reason Phil may be interested in the offer is because of Lebron, lets be real here! There has been no direct contact between Phil and Chitown but sources close say he is open to a Chicago reunion. Jackson has won a total of 10 NBA championships (6 w/Chicago, 4 w/LA) and has coached some of the best to ever play the game (MJ 23 wink, wink). The one reason he may take this Chicago offer is for the chance to coach Lebron. Already having coached legends like Jordan, Shaq and Kobe, Lebron would be a great final chapter to an already legendary book.

Coach Mike Brown Fired from Cleveland

“Obviously, I was not thrilled to see it, I wonder what you have to do to keep your job — back-to-back 60-win seasons. Our profession is tough”. – Doc Rivers

Cleveland is bugging, for real b. I mean how you fire last years coach of the year, the man with the highest winning percentage in Cavs history! Dan Gilbert the owner of the Cleveland Cavs decided to fire Coach Brown upon the contract deadline and payout the $4.5 to him over next season. The Cavs have become similar to the Mavs in a sense, they can get you 50+ wins in the regular season but in the post season they lose focus. This is proven from what happened last year in the conference finals w/Orlando and again this year in the 2nd round to Boston. Despite adding all-star’s Shaquille O’Neal and Antawn Jamison the Cavs still couldn’t secure the championship, leaving Cleveland fans once again hoping for next year. The Saga of Lebron continues…..

It Was 1989

The 1st picture is banned from Cleveland I believe but cherished in Chicago as one of the most celebrated moments in the history of “Jordan”. It was the 1989 Playoffs where this shot took place; Craig was actually having a pretty good game until the great one ended it all in stunning fashion with a shot over him from the foul line. When Michael placed that shot it seemed as if time froze and he stood in the air long enough to snap his wrist perfectly and release the final dagger into the Cleveland Cavs. Ehlo collapsed as if to say “what more could I have done??” NOTHING EHLO, There was nothing no one could have done.

 

Watch the classic shot