Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success - Dances with Bulls and Warrior Spirit Summary & Analysis

Phil Jackson
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In his chapter “Dances with Bulls” Jackson has accepted a job with the Chicago Bulls that allows him to scout teams and go to graduate school in basketball. Star players for the Bulls at this time are Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen. Along with these players for the Bulls, Jackson additionally describes the Detroit Pistons, the Bulls’ main adversary. He additionally points out that the NBA had been transformed by Magic Johnson and Larry Bird’s charisma. The sport has become fun to watch again, he says.

As Jackson studies under Johnny Bach, he learns how to use music to rev up players, a twist on Bach’s habit of using war clips and imagery. At this point, Jackson introduces his belief that basketball is like music. He shares a list of rules complied by a friend of jazz...

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