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Hicks
11-11-2004, 06:39 PM
He's on PTI tonight, and he said the Pistons weren't the best team the Lakers even played in the playoffs. Pointed to the Spurs, but implied (I feel) that the T-Wolves were better too.

Discuss.

ABADays
11-11-2004, 06:41 PM
Gee . . . too bad they both folded before the Finals. Then the Pistons abused the Lakers.

Hoop
11-11-2004, 08:00 PM
The Pacers, the Wolves, the Lakers could of...........

The fact is the Pistons got the rings, nothing else really matters.

Doug
11-11-2004, 09:20 PM
This is another reason I dislike Phil so much. He's such a hypocrit. He's the "zen master" and so about "inner peace" and "harmony" but he's such a petty, pompous, bitter, grudge holding little *******.

Unclebuck
11-11-2004, 10:57 PM
At least we know he won't be doing NBA games for ABC this season.

Lord Helmet
11-11-2004, 11:00 PM
At least we know he won't be doing NBA games for ABC this season.
:laugh:

Kstat
11-11-2004, 11:06 PM
...and yet, in Phil's last book, he called the Pistons, "the hardest team he's had to gameplan against," because there was no single star to contrate on defending....:rolleyes:

Either way, why should I care what he thinks?

We won, his *** got EMBARRASED, he has to deal with that fact. The Pistons sent him packing three of the five times he's failed to win a championship.

He just can't deal with the fact Larry Brown outclassed him the entire series, and exposed him for the 2nd-rate bandwagoner he really is.

Gyron
11-12-2004, 11:21 AM
Kstat,

Just say it this way......

"Scoreboard, Phil, Scoreboard..."

Stryder
11-12-2004, 11:43 AM
This is another reason I dislike Phil so much. He's such a hypocrit. He's the "zen master" and so about "inner peace" and "harmony" but he's such a petty, pompous, bitter, grudge holding little *******.


So true.

beast23
11-12-2004, 12:40 PM
Seems like a wierd statement to me.

Phil Jackson, although I think he is a very good coach, has never BUILT anything.

He took over the Bulls when the Bulls were EXPECTED to be the NBA champ because they had the best players in the league.

He took over the Lakers when the Lakers were EXPECTED to be the NBA champ because they had the best players in the league.

Jeez, starting to sound familiar? In both cases, Phil coached a team that was always picked to win it all. As the team started falling apart, or the best players decided they were going to leave, Phil departed at the same time. Coincidence? I think not.

He and the Lakers got exactly what they deserved.

Phil's team got beat by a team that played together as a cohesive unit. Exactly what Phil's team was not.

And that was Phil's fault as much as it was Shaq's and Kobe's.

Phil failed to the same extreme that Brown succeeded.

DisplacedKnick
11-12-2004, 01:09 PM
Has Phil ever given anyone else credit for anything?

He said the Spurs first title should have had an asterisk because they didn't play a full season.

Dunno what he said about the Spurs before last season but I'm sure he didn't say they were the better team.

He lost 4-1 to Detroit and was lucky to get the 1.