Would the Nets' coaching job be a good landing spot for 67-year-old Phil Jackson?
Nick Juskewycz Definitely. Big market. Potential NBA title contender. Right players for the triangle offense. Jackson could transform the Nets from a good team to a great one.
John Lindgren No. The Nets need a long-term solution. Jackson would most likely be a two-year rental. Brooklyn's front office needs to hire someone who can still be the coach there a decade from now.
Michael Hopfinger I can't see Jackson coaching anywhere but in L.A. as long as Kobe is in the league. Jackson is smart enough to know where his talents are best served, and Brooklyn is not the place.
Mike Phillips I don't think Jackson wants any part of the coach killer that is Deron Williams.
Alex Verkley He won't come back as a coach. If he returns to the NBA, it will be in the front office. A position like that with the Nets would be perfect for him.
Rakhem Seku Yes. Then he could persuade Dwight Howard to finally sign with Brooklyn. #instantcontenders