IS MARCIN GORTAT A CELTIC YET??????????

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    John Wooden is the Greatest Coach of All-Time

     

    Period!

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    Red Auerbach was the greatest, but to go into the details of a man who won nine titles by the time he was 48 years old is silly on site like this.  He built the teams he won with and then built five more championships for others to coach.  Phil never did anything like that.   Frontrunner coach for frontrunner trolls.

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    The poster didn't specify NBA, nor did he specify sport.  Add Pat Summit, Don Meyer, Scotty Bowman, Bill Walsh, Connie Mack.......................

    Anyone realize how hard it is to win TEN NCAA titles?

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    No disrespect to Wooden, but he had talent that nobody else had sans his 1964 championship. Red was responsible for sixteen titles.  

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    Don't you mean 15? Since he passed away before you won number 16

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    NO, he passed away the year we won 17!!!!

    Nice try!

     
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    John Wooden is the Greatest Coach of All-Time

     

    Period!

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    Red Auerbach was the greatest, but to go into the details of a man who won nine titles by the time he was 48 years old is silly on site like this.  He built the teams he won with and then built five more championships for others to coach.  Phil never did anything like that.   Frontrunner coach for frontrunner trolls.

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    The poster didn't specify NBA, nor did he specify sport.  Add Pat Summit, Don Meyer, Scotty Bowman, Bill Walsh, Connie Mack.......................

    Anyone realize how hard it is to win TEN NCAA titles?

    [/QUOTE]

    No disrespect to Wooden, but he had talent that nobody else had sans his 1964 championship. Red was responsible for sixteen titles.  

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    Don't you mean 15? Since he passed away before you won number 16

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    NO, he passed away the year we won 17!!!!

    Nice try!

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    Sorry i must have had a senior moment when i read the original post.

    and replied to it

     
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    John Wooden is the Greatest Coach of All-Time

     

    Period!

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    Red Auerbach was the greatest, but to go into the details of a man who won nine titles by the time he was 48 years old is silly on site like this.  He built the teams he won with and then built five more championships for others to coach.  Phil never did anything like that.   Frontrunner coach for frontrunner trolls.

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    The poster didn't specify NBA, nor did he specify sport.  Add Pat Summit, Don Meyer, Scotty Bowman, Bill Walsh, Connie Mack.......................

    Anyone realize how hard it is to win TEN NCAA titles?

    [/QUOTE]

    No disrespect to Wooden, but he had talent that nobody else had sans his 1964 championship. Red was responsible for sixteen titles.  

    [/QUOTE]


    Don't you mean 15? Since he passed away before you won number 16

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    NO, he passed away the year we won 17!!!!

    Nice try!

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    Sorry i must have had a senior moment when i read the original post.

    and replied to it

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    No problem - we've all done it!!

     
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