Phil Jackson is a very smart man, so he probably already knows this. But in case not, in case he's tempted by the lavish sums the Brooklyn Nets' billionaire owner might fling at him in the coming week or the burning urge to rush into his revenge against the Los Angeles Lakers for hiring someone else this season, here's some sound advice.
Do not come back this season, Phil. Put that Zen stuff to good use. Use patience, wisdom and self-awareness and understand it's in your best interest to sit on those 11 rings and wait until the 2013-14 season to take over a head-coaching job with any NBA franchise, particularly the Nets.
League sources have confirmed to FOXSports.com the multiple reports that Jackson, the former Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers head coach, is the sole target of the Brooklyn Nets head-coaching search after the team fired Avery Johnson last week.
These sources believe Nets owner and Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov will meet in Europe with ...