Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success - Basketball Poetry and As the Worm Turns Summary & Analysis

Phil Jackson
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Jackson’s chapter “Basketball Poetry” addresses how the Bulls turned into a team that couldn’t be beaten in the 1995-96 season. Using his tribal leadership perspective, Jackson says the team members were headed for a status as a level 5 team, the highest that could be achieved. He says the members were playing for the joy of the game. Jackson also credits a restructure of the backcourt as well as getting Dennis Rodman as a new power forward with helping the team to improve. Rodman is added to the team only after Jackson addresses the man’s reputation for selfishness and Rodman assures him it won’t be a problem for him on Jackson’s court. As the other members of the team begin to get to know Dennis’ real personality, Jackson points out the way Dennis plays...

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