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After kicking it in Marina Del Rey for a year, Phil Jackson has mentioned wanting to get back into the NBA, with countless stories pointing to him and the Knicks.
But why coach in the NBA when you could win a gold medal, the one achievement you haven't done yet? Furthermore, Team USA coach is a much less stressful and time-consuming post than an NBA job, allowing for more time with Jeannie Buss.
I needn't reiterate Jackson's numerous accomplishments, but I will anyway: 11 NBA titles, 13-time NBA finalist, Naismith Hall of Fame, .704 regular season winning percentage, 1155 regular season wins, 229 playoff wins, and four times coach of the All-Star squad. Jackson is also an expert at controlling big egos such as Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant.