LeBron James: The Next Superstar in Line to Be Coached by Phil Jackson?

May 25th, 2010 by Tyler Lambert Leave a reply »
Having the opportunity to coach Michael Jordan, the greatest scorer and player in NBA history, to six titles with the Chicago Bulls: Check.

Having the opportunity to coach Kobe Bryant, the greatest offensive player in the NBA today, to four titles with the Los Angeles Lakers and possibly on the cusp of winning their fifth ring together this season: Check.

Winning a championship in 10 out of the first 17 seasons he has coached: Check.

Having his teams never miss the playoffs or ending the season with a losing record: Check.

Having the opportunity to coach the greatest player in the NBA today, LeBron James, to multiple championships with the Chicago Bulls in the years to come: Good Possibility.

Phil Jackson, one of the most decorated coaches in basketball history, has made a name for himself by handling multiple superstars on his teams at the same time. Just look at the Bull's teams of the 1990's and the Laker's teams of the 2000's.

Jordan and Scottie Pippens were two, if not the best, players in the NBA during the Bull's six championship seasons under the leadership of Coach Ja ...

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