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Old 01-29-2013, 05:38 PM   #13
ShaqAttack3234
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Default Re: Ranking Pat Riley, Greg Pop and Phil Jackson in different categories

Offensive schemes: Phil (though Pop has to be up there)
Defensive schemes: Riley (though Pop has to be up there again too, and Phil was very good)
In game adjustments: Phil
Rotations: Pop
Developing young talent: Pop
Managing egos: Phil
Adjusting to aging rosters: Pop

I have them ranked like this overall.

1.Phil
2.Pop
3.Riley

All great, though, and I believe they've all shown how important coaching is. People who diminish coaching diminish one of the great things about the game, and sports in general.

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