Even though Jackson was never an executive before, Jordan said that the strengths and methods of his old Chicago Bulls coach are able to work even from a front-office position, and pay per head sportsbooks fully agree.
“Phil can do some good things with them because he’s gifted,” Jordan told ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith on Monday. “Phil is fantastic at managing egos and personalities, getting everyone on the same page and maxing out whatever potential is there for what should be the common and ultimate goal.
“Just because he’s never been an executive before doesn’t mean he can’t do that. He’s wanted to do it for a while now, and I know he can do it … so long as he has the necessary pieces in place.”
Price per head services learned that on Tuesday, the Knicks will hold a news conference to announce hiring Jackson, who will handle decisions in basketball.
Jordan, the Charlotte Bobcats’ chairman and a legend in the sport, said that Jackson will quickly learn the NBA’s landscape as an executive, and pay per head sportsbooks can see that Jordan, who was able to win six championships with Jackson, is happy to help his old coach short of doing him any favors in a trade with Charlotte.
“Phil is great,” Jordan said. “He’s very smart. He’ll figure out pretty quickly what needs to get done, and he’ll have plenty of guys in the league willing to help him, myself included.
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“The only problem is none of us will be willing to give up great players or draft picks to do that. That’s the part of the job all of us have found pretty difficult, me included. But I wish him luck. I believe in him, and I’m confident anything he does will work eventually.”