Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success - The Eightfold Offense and The Joy of Doing Nothing Summary & Analysis

Phil Jackson
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In his chapter “The Eightfold Offense” Jackson writes of a friend, Rick Fox, who described Jackson’s coaching style as a play with three acts. He described the first act as encompassing the first twenty or so games when Jackson would observe the players on the team. In the middle games, Fox said Jackson would nurture the players. In the final games of the regular season, he said Jackson would act in a way so that the public and media’s focus would be taken off the players and put on him so the players could focus on their playing.

Kobe becomes a problem as he has trouble working with the triangle system that Jackson has implemented. He describes Kobe’s background in life and basketball. He is obsessed with surpassing Michael’s reputation as being...

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