David Blatt Rumors

David Blatt as part of the Partner TV expert panel on the documentary series, “The Last Dance”, explained why he considers Michael Jordan bigger than LeBron James, Israel Hayom relays. “Michael Jordan is bigger than LeBron James,” he pointed out on Sunday commenting on the latest episodes made available, “He won the most championships with one single team and did not focus on the “I” but on the “us”. But surely, in terms of ability and influence, they are both included in the top five best players in history.”
Storyline: GOAT Debate
David Blatt as part of the Partner TV expert panel on the documentary series, “The Last Dance”, explained why he considers Michael Jordan bigger than LeBron James, Israel Hayom relays. “Michael Jordan is bigger than LeBron James,” he pointed out on Sunday commenting on the latest episodes made available, “He won the most championships with one single team and did not focus on the “I” but on the “us”. But surely, in terms of ability and influence, they are both included in the top five best players in history.”
Storyline: GOAT Debate
NBA has been reached by a consistent number of European players, but only Igor Kokoskov has been hired as a head coach. We could also consider David Blatt, despite being born in the US. We Europeans have a lot of assistant coaches there, but just two cases of head coach so far. What’s the reason of that in your opinion? Would you like to coach there in the future? Is that a goal for you? Sasa Obradovic: First of all, we should not disrespect American coaches. They know the mentality, they know the culture and the way how people breathe and live basketball there. I think European assistant coaches are bringing a great contribution and American head coaches give them some space, consulting and creating a cooperation with them. In my humble opinion, there are many European coaches that could be head coaches there, but being a head coach in the NBA does not only means ‘coaching’; you have to understand their times, their mentality, the way they evaluate the weight of a game. Here in Europe every night it is a ‘win or die’ game, we are more passionate and we give importance to every game since the beginning of the season; there in the US, instead, there is a different evaluation and in April/may a completely different sport starts. What I could say is that, if you really want to coach there, you have to go and to remain there, without coming back.