Will Phil Jackson come back for an even dozen trophies?
That question will loom over Los Angeles for the ensuing weeks.
However, after possibly coaching his last game as an NBA coach, where does he rank among his peers in the sports world?
Let's give PJ his rightful place in one of the Bleacher Report's Top 10 before he hits the golf courses, for good.
And does anyone have an extra finger to donate to Phil so he can show off all his bling as head coach?
In Cox's two-decade long tenure as the Braves' manager (excluding the years
he coached them before going to the Blue Jays), he's won 15 division titles, four NL pennants and a World Series ring.
The most impressive stat of Cox's career though has to be the fact that the Braves finished first in the NL East 11 consecutive seasons under his command.
The Braves were a force to be reckoned for over a decade.
The all-time winningest coach for Men's and Women's NCAA Basketball, Summitt has coached the Tennessee Lady Vols to eight national championship wins.
Summitt is the only women's NCAA basketball coach with one thousand wins.
Her team has never missed the NCAA tournament, and only missed the Sweet Sixteen once in her tenure as head coach, dating back to 1974.
Torre took over one of the most storied franchises in 1996, determined to bring them back to the greatness they once had.
He did just that.
In his first year with the Yankees, he beat the Atlanta Braves to put New York back on top.
Torre would go on to win three World Series rings in the next four years.
In his 12 years as manager of the Bombers, he also had six American League pennants and 10 division titles.
Torre now continues his managing legacy in Los Angeles with the Dodgers.
Auriemma has taken the UConn girl's basketball team to complete domination in his era.
Starting his tenure in 1985, Auriemma has led UConn to seven national championships, four undefeated seasons and an .858 winning percentage.
They are currently riding a record-breaking 78-game winning streak (breaking their own record from 2001-2003) and have won the last two National Championships.
Currently holding a .798 winning percentage, Williams has the fourth most Final Four appearances all-time.
As the coach of Kansas and, currently, North Carolina, Williams had taken his team to the tournament 20 consecutive times until last season.
Williams has three national championship appearances, winning one of them.
Having the third most managerial wins of all-time (first among active managers), La Russa led the 2006 Cardinals to a World Series championship.
He also has managed the second most games, passing John McGraw with his 4,770th game.
He is the only manager to win multiple pennants in both leagues and one of two managers to win the World Series in both leagues.
In his three decades of work at Duke, he's gotten his team four National Championships, 11 Final Four appearances, and 12 ACC regular-season titles.
He is first all-time with 77 tournament victories and has averaged 25 wins since his first season in 1980.
Coach K turned down an offer to move to the NBA and coach the LA Lakers, as he continues to be the winningest active coach in tournament play.
In 2001, in his second year as coach of the New England Patriots, Belichick's team upset the St. Louis Ram's in Super Bowl XXXVI, giving the Patriots their first championship.
Belichick's team would win it all twice in the next three years, making the Pats a modern-day dynasty.
In 2008, Belichick was one win away from becoming only the second coach to lead his team to an undefeated season, but lost Super Bowl XLII to the New York Giants.
The man of the hour, or the next couple weeks, Phil Jackson has the most NBA championships as a head coach at 11.
Only Red Auerbach has more total championships; only nine of Red's 16 titles were as a coach, while the others came as GM.
Jackson coached the Chicago Bulls from 1989 to 1998, bringing them six championships.
And, of course, he has taken the LA Lakers to five championship victories since 2000.
Come on, who can top JoPa?
In his 60 years at Penn State, he has the most FBS wins and most bowl wins all-time.
He has the longest tenure as a head football coach at a single school and has been on the coaching staff for most of Penn State's total games.
Paterno has not only been the face of Penn State football, but the face of Penn State as well.
Already a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, there's not a lot that Joe hasn't done.