Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success - One-Two-Three—Lakers! and The Wisdom of Anger Summary & Analysis

Phil Jackson
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In his chapter “One-Two-Three—Lakers!” Jackson writes that he knew from day one the 2001-02 season wasn’t going to be easy. On a high note, Kobe and Shaq are getting along but Rick Fox has already come to him feeling deflated because he has lost the spiritual high he felt from the prior season. Jackson admits the ever-changing roster makes it hard to keep a sense of unity in the team. Additionally, Jackson indicates the team members suffer from boredom. Rick Fox tells Jackson the team members seem to want more input in the decision making than before because their egos are inflated. He indicates that in order for championship teams to remain successful is for them to keep growing instead of trying to do the same things over and over.

He mentions next Shaq’s health...

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