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mark jackson

The t-wolves are looking at mark jackson as a head coach, why is his name even being named mentioned when and where did he coach, hes just been a good pg and an ok commentator. If they were smart they would just go Avery Johnson or Kurt Rambis.


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He is very Smart. He could

He is very Smart. He could be a good coach.

Most good coaches have solid assistants. Also, He could help Flynn as a PG.

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knicks boy did you want him

knicks boy did you want him as head coach last year when his name was thrown in with the knicks

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If he coaches anything like

If he coaches anything like he announces he is gonna be terrible IMO.

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I think Mark Jackson would

I think Mark Jackson would be an excellent selection. He's patient, level headed and I know he'd be a player's coach. He doesn't have any coaching experience, BUT he's played for some GREAT coaches and he played the point guard position for a LONG time in the NBA... So we all know he knows the game.

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Nice potential selection

Jackson would be good candidate. He is a very knowledgable and smart NBA individual. Jackson is a GREAT commentator, he can point out player tendecies and the flow of the game well. Like it was stated above, he would be a players' coach and get along with the team very much as well as teaching their several pgs how to control the NBA game. He has played alot of quality basketball under alot of great coaches. Nice candidate.

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Yea I did...To be honest I

Yea I did...To be honest I wanted

Patick Ewing-Head Coach
Mark Jackson- Assistant Coach

Chris Mullen- Assistant GM

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i like chris mullen and

i like chris mullen and patrick ewing and mak jackson as an ASSISTANT coach not head coach

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Some said "if he comments

Some said "if he comments like he coaches he would be terrible". Why would he comment like coaches? Anyway, he would be a decent coach. I know his players would respect him and he has knowledge of the game. You have to be knowledgeable to be as good a PG as he was for that long a time as he was. Point guard is an extension of the coach.

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Avery wil cost

A arm and a leg. He is owed a lot of money by Dallas and he wants a big contract that equals what he is owed or exceeds it.

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Mark Jackson

He might as well come out of retirement and play for the T-Wolves, seeing how much they like acquiring guards to their team. Just Kidding.

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Mark Jackson and the utah jazz

complained to the media in slc, because he thought he deserved to be the starting point gaurd and stockton come of the bench. Never gained my respect again after that statement.

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jackson

could be a good solution for the wolves short term. i mean nobody realy expects them 2 compete seriously especially in the western conference.

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