Found April 20, 2013 on Beyond The Buzzer:
Following a report that Phil Jackson is interested in returning to the NBA, whether it’s through coaching or management, Sam Amico of Fox Sports Ohio reports that the most decorated coach in league history would consider the Cavaliers if they should come calling. Phil Jackson is contemplating a return the sidelines, and he would “absolutely” listen if he received a call from the Cleveland Cavaliers, a source close to Jackson told FOX Sports Ohio. “Absolutely, yes. He’d listen (if the Cavs called),” the source said. “Why wouldn’t he? Coaching is his passion.”
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