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Phil Jackson recently swung by the Lakers’ headquarters, and had a brief chat with the guy replacing him on the bench in LA. From Yahoo! Sports: “New Los Angeles Lakers coach Mike Brown was in the middle of a meeting with his staff last week when a familiar face suddenly appeared in the doorway of the coaches’ conference room. Phil Jackson was at the Lakers offices to see his girlfriend, Jeannie Buss, and stopped by to greet Brown. ‘We just talked shop about some of the guys on the team,’ Brown said of his 15-minute conversation with Jackson. ‘But we talked more about what he’s got going right now, and where each one of us is living, and where he still has a place and all that other stuff. We talked about that more than really getting into talking about basketball.’ Jackson retired as the Lakers coach at the end of a season that saw the two-time defending champions swept by the Dallas Mavericks. He left with a record 11 NBA coaching championships, a .704 career winning percentage a...
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