In his new book, co-written with Hugh Delehanty and entitled “Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success,” Jackson breaks down what separated Jordan from Bryant, the biggest stars and personalities that he coached during his Hall of Fame career.
In terms of advantages, the biggest that Jordan has over Bryant comes in the leadership department, according to Jackson.
“One of the biggest differences between the two stars from my perspective was Michael’s superior skills as a leader,” Jackson writes. “Though at times he could be hard on his teammates, Michael was masterful at controlling the emotional climate of the team with the power of his presence. Kobe had a long way to go before he could make that claim. He talked a good game, but he’d yet to experience the cold truth of leadership in his bones, as Michael had in his bones.”
This is the weekend when we celebrate 'Mother's Day', even though Mother's should have more than just one day in which they are celebrated, words cannot express the sincere gratitude & thanks to so many wonderful Mother's who keep the flames burning 365 days of the year!
The Big question now is can the injured plagued Bulls recover from the horrible loss at the United Center tonight, in which the Heat WON 104-94 taking a commanding 2-1 lead over the displaced BULLS.
Hey Comic fans are you ready for the annual Chicago comic and Entertainment Expo which gets underyway this weekend?!
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