I'm sure you thought it was a pipe dream that Daily would ever coach the Magic as well right?Captain Obvious said:It doesn't matter, this is still a major pipe dream, just like getting Flip. In the end, I believe we'll end up with Eric Musselman. He actually has previous ties to the Magic and his work with the Magic, Warriors, and Grizzlies make him a very appealing candidate IMO.
Yet Phil almost came here back in 1998 and has been talking to the Magic since being dismissed by the Lakers.Captain Obvious said:I don't think you understand. No amount of money is going to make Phil come to Orlando.
I agree. For starters, he is going to command alot of money. Orlando will have to pay him 10x what they paid Davis. I'm not sure that their ownership wants to make that type of financial commitment to a coach.JNice said:Of course he is going to say there is a chance he'd come to Orlando ... he is keeping the options open. If Orlando offered him 20 million a year, he'd come no matter what. But I do not see Phil coming to Orlando.
I forgot about that comment. F Phil. :biggrin:Hmmm. At least a half-dozen teams will be looking for head coaches when the season ends. GM John Weisbrod needs to beat the rush . . . Phil Jackson? Please. Not only are the Magic years away from contending, Jackson once referred to Orlando as a "plastic city."