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About the Author: Phil Jackson

Philip Douglas Phil Jackson is a retired American professional basketball coach and former player Jackson is widely considered one of the greatest coaches in the history of the National Basketball Association NBA.His reputation was established as head coach of the Chicago Bulls from 1989 through 1998, during which Chicago won six NBA titles His next team, the Los Angeles Lakers, won five NBA

10 thoughts on “The Last Season

  1. says:

    Appealing account of Phil Jackson s last season coaching the Lakers Lots about Kobe and Shaq, and about Jackson s dating a Lakers VP who is also the owner s daughter that must have been weird I had no idea that Shaquille O Neal is such a delicate little passion flower He weighs 340, and apparently it s extremely draining to carry all that muscle around He gets fouled than anyone else in the league, he has to wear a three pound orthotic i

  2. says:

    The book The Last Season A Team In Search of Its Soul , by Phil Jackson was a spectacular book It was about the last season of Phil Jackson coaching the Los Angeles Lakers This book talked a great deal about the feud between Shaquille O Neal and Kobe Bryant He spoke about how this season was different than the previous seasons when the team was winning championships He mentioned how many people doubted his way of coaching and how that impac

  3. says:

    Decent account, but I really wanted insight into the inner workings, not just retelling me what happened.

  4. says:

    Having read Sacred Hoops, I knew a bit about the philosophy about life and basketball of Phil Jackson it s Zen plus 1980s American equals winning, baby I was thus interested to read about his book on the losing season, albeit in the NBA Finals, with the talented Lakers team of the 2003 2004 The Last Season has bits about them all the passion, the travails, the fratricide, the loss.Before discussing the book, a bit of NBA basketball history is n

  5. says:

    I really enjoyed this book although I actually did the audio version rather than the paperback Phil doesn t read it normally I prefer the author to read their own book, but given the timber of his voice, it s probably for the best that he didn t I would have given it 5 stars, but during the playoff section it turned into an almost play by play recap of scores and stats, which just does not make for a great story.The rest of the book does mention

  6. says:

    A must read for NBA fans Phil Jackson gives an inside look into the talented Lakers roster that had so much problems with execution, injuries and even team spirit, but still somehow managed to grind it out to the Finals Being a coach is never easy, and getting a team of 12 15 men to bond and work towards a goal unselfishly is tougher than it seems, especially in this NBA league where everyone is about salary, contract and highlight reels over team

  7. says:

    I needed a light read before taking on some Gabor Mate Dostoyevsky Phil s author voice is frank yet reflective in this linear chronicle of the tail end of the Kobe Shaq era I equate his presence to talking to an older, wiser friend A true human being that has manage to avoid the traps of stardom and hype, thereby preserving his core I was refreshed to hear from someone who brings a larger world into what they do A few very surprising revelations, tha

  8. says:

    Before reading this book I was in agreement with those who downgrade Phil Jackson s coaching achievements due to the fact that he s had players like Jordan, Pippen, Shaq, and Kobe However, after reading this book I have a new appreciation for the type of management it took to deal with all those egos especially during the season that is the subject of this book I also really enjoyed Phil s take on the Shaq Kobe feud and also on Kobe s obsession with Mi

  9. says:

    This is a book about professionsl backetball It is also a book about life Phil Jackson has written a very interesting, introspective and rewarding book.Jackson was dealing with huge egoes, players paid somuch than any coach etc etc.It is a book that is useful to almost all of us.J Robert Ewbank author John Wesley, Natural Man, and the Isms

  10. says:

    With the passage of time, I think a couple of things are now clear Phil Jackson s coaching strength is probably his exceptional player management In retrospect, nobody ever played better in their careers than when they played for him Much as Kobe chafed under Jackson s leadership, all the non Jackson Kobe seasons were disappointing Laker seasons An unchained Kobe derailed his teams season after season under Tomjanovich and Mike D Antoni With Phil at the he

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