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The Nets had their dream coach. P.J. Carlesimo was not their guy whether its right or not, and the team wanted to make a strong play at coaching legend Phil Jackson. Unfortunately for them, that appears to be out of the question. Jackson has made it clear he would make a comeback to the league but he would only come back if he can be in a similar position as Pat Riley with the Heat. Phil Jackson says No to Brooklyn #Nets … coaching job sbn.to/13uwHqw — NetsDaily.com (@NetsDaily) May 7, 2013 The story was first reported by Tim Bontemps, with Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! and TNT’s David Aldridge confirming the report just minutes after. The Nets contacted Jackson first in their search for a new coach. It is unclear who their next target will be. Follow us on Twitter – @NYSportskings Like Dave Ragazzo on Facebook and follow him on Twitter The post Phil Jackson Says No to Nets; Head Coaching Search Continues appeared first on New York Sports Kings.
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