"...They still have to have some steady shooters from the outside to complement the penetration they have, and then (Carlos) Boozer has to have that post-up game that he was brought there to give them. They just can't be one-dimensional in that regard. They have to have those complementary pieces to assist Rose in his game."
HoopsVibe's Very Quick Call: Phil Jackson retired last May. His mouth missed the memo.
The Zen-Master appeared on a Chicago-area radio show and declared that Bulls star and 2011 MVP Derrick Rose needed help.
It's common knowledge Rose's supporting cast must improve, especially at two-guard. The Zen-Master couldn't resist antagonizing, provoking, and causing controversy by saying that the Bulls should hang a 'Help Wanted' sign outside the stadium.
Here's the question: why would Jackson stir the pot?
Well, Jackson could be flexing his muscles. As the most successful coach in NBA history, he feels it's his duty to comment on all things NBA.
Remember, Jackson won six championships in The Windy City, so he has a connection to the team and city.
Perhaps he's keeping his name in the headlines in order to land one final coaching job before he really retires.
Chicago is unlikely. New York -with Carmelo Anthony, Amar's Stoudemire, and maybe Chris Paul - is a possibility.
One thing we do know: Jackson always has an agenda.
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