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Phil Jackson is one of the greatest coaches in the history of the NBA. In his fourteen seasons as a head coach, he is 832-316, the best winning record in NBA history. He also holds NBA coaching records for most playoff wins and playoff winning percentage. Prior to coaching, he played thirteen years in the NBA, primarily with the New York Knicks. He is also the author of Maverick, Sacred Hoops, and, with his friend Charley Rosen, More Than a Game.


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  • Broché: 304 pages
  • Editeur : Penguin Books; Édition : Reprint (4 octobre 2005)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0143035878
  • ISBN-13: 978-0143035879
  • Dimensions du produit: 14 x 2 x 20,4 cm
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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par "bruce-from-paris" sur 25 janvier 2005
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The Last Season est beaucoup plus qu'un livre sur le basketball. Voici un vrai livre de management, de management de crise. Plongés au coeur de la saison des Los Angeles Lakers 2003/2004, la plus formidable équipe de club de l'histoire du basketball, vous découvrirez comment Phil Jackson a réussi à emmener jusqu'aux finales NBA des superstars à l'ego hypertrofié sous fond de procès pour viol de Kobe Bryant, de blessures à répétitions, de harcelement médiatique et de manoeuvre de déstabilisation ayant pour origine l'intérieur même du club. Au fil de la saison (et du livre), le plus grand coach de l'histoire de ce sport, adepte du bouddhisme, nous offre diverses leçons transposables très facilement au monde de l'entreprise. A recommander aux fans de NBA mais également, et surtout, aux cadres sup' des multinationales.
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Par Simonin sur 9 mai 2010
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If you watched the 2003-2004 NBA season, and followed the LA Lakers with Shaq, Kobe, The Glove and The Mailman, you know how difficult it was. Yes, they lost to the Pistons in 5 games in The Finals, but moreover, they went through hell during that season...
Phil Jackson allows us to relive this dreadful season, a season that brought him to a conclusion : I need to leave LA...
The Last Chapter of the book is quit funny...
Read it!!
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2 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Kenny Gabbay sur 3 février 2005
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Il vaut mieux etre fan pour totalement apprécier: vous reconnaitrez les joueurs, le jargon NBA... Il est rare de lire un livre dont on connait deja l'histoire et l'issue, mais l'analyse de Phil Jackson, un des plus grands coachs de l'histore, est passionnante et precieuse. Avec modestie et franchise, il raconte, au fil de la saison, les conflits, les espoirs, les frustrations... vécues par lui, les joueurs, le staff et les fans. Meme si l'on sent parfois que Phil Jackson ne se livre pas completement, cela reste passionnant de vivre cette saison de l'interieur. Sur un autre plan, l'ancien coach de Michael Jordan nous livre les clés de son succés - sa méthode de management basée sur la notion d'équipe et le discours volontairement positif. Un régal pour les fans et, de plus, une grande leçon de management qui peut s'appliquer autant pour l'éducation d'un enfant que pour le management en entreprise.
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Wonderful insights into the Lakers demise 21 octobre 2004
Par Michael Erisman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you were one of the many who believed that when the Lakers put 4 future Hall of Fame players on the court they would certainly win a championship, then this book goes a long to describing why a team of basketball players with less talent beat them decisively.

Phil opens up on the behind the scenes squabbles, pettiness and egos so large they simply defy explanation. In one example, Kobe Bryant is offered the use of a plane by the Lakers to make his trips back to a Colorado courtroom for his alleged rape trial, and instead of being grateful for the support his team is giving him financially, is mad because he thought he deserved a bigger plane.

The book is full of the insights into the battles between Kobe and Shaq. Imagine two first graders with 100 million dollars each and you start to get close to the level of professionalism and emotional maturity. It is often funny, often sad, and usually just shocking.

The book is written very well, a breeze to read through, and a fascinating tale of psychological narcissism gone wild. I recommend highly for fans of the NBA, or just anyone who is interested in team dynamics. It will also explain why the Lakers got beat so easily by a team with far less talent. A lesson to leaders in organizations everywhere.
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Introspective, shocking and a fun read 25 octobre 2004
Par Matthieu P. Raillard - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I agree with previous reviewers in that truly insightful books on the NBA (or other sports) tend to be few and far between. The reason, one can suspect, is that everyone wants to cover their behinds, protect their endorsement dollars and preserve any chance of being hired again. This is what makes Phil's book so interesting and entertaining to read. His account of what transpired behind the scenes of the Lakers' fabled season is at times shocking (the immaturity of certain players/coaches/agents is staggering), at times funny, and always honest. Phil has a disarmingly serene style, and his words feel measured yet honest and never manipulative. He is mature enough to put the blame on himself at times, and his candor is in contrast with the 'he said/she said' going on with the Lakers. I know that for many people the Lakers were the Evil Empire, the Yankees of basketball, but I would recommend this work to anyone with a love for basketball, and also anybody who thinks they know how things are behind the scenes. Good stuff.
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PHIL TELLS ALL OF WHY LAKERS FAILED! 22 octobre 2004
Par Tim Janson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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On one hand, after reading this book one can only marvel at the fact that the Lakers even made it to the NBA finals this past year. On the other hand, it's also quite evident why the Lakers failed and ultimately were broken up.

Former Coach Phil Jackson let's loose both barrels squarely aimed at troubled star Kobe Bryant.

He details the pettiness involved in the constant battles with Shaq and Kobe. About how Kobe complained about the quality of the jet which flew Kobe from his courtroom appearances in Colorado back to LA.

Phil documents how he had wanted to trade Kobe as long ago as the 2000 season but was denied by Lakers Owner Jerry Buss, in whose eyes Kobe can do no wrong.

Phil documents how he comlained to GM Mitch Kupchack that he could no longer coach Kobe but his hands were tied and it was at that point that Phil knew he would not return for the 2004-2005 season.

Ultimately the house of cards came crumbling down in the NBA finals against the Detroit Pistons. Another person argued that the Pistons were not as talented...a fact that I whole-heartedly disagree with.

The Lakers certainly had the two best players...but the best TEAM was the Pistons. A team that worked harder, and a team with underrated but up and coming stars that was too quick, too resilient for the aging Lakers to deal with.

Quite a read!
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Freakin Awesome 10 décembre 2004
Par M. Lyons - Publié sur Amazon.com
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OHHHHHH Man!!!!! This was unbelievable! Having been a die hard Laker fan for monst of my life and having followed the Last season of the "Dream Team" every second, it was great to get an inside perspective on what was really going on this year. I have wanted for such a long time, i figured it would only be when he retired, to be able to get into Phil's head. How the mind of the most brilliant basketball coach on the planet works. I never understood his lack of emotion. I understand things soo much better and my respect for Phil Jackson has risen to new levels. Phil was a coach of character. He did not coach in a way that was compromising to what's popular or what everyone else is doing but what he believed to be best for his team. He tried to bring out the best in all of his players and was often disappointed if a player was not playing up to his potential. I've also come to another major conclusion. There doesn't seem to be any sense of Integrity in the Lakers management. I have new opinions of Kobe Bryant as well. It is just sad to see that what could have been maybe anywhere from 6 to 10 championships...even before the other two hall of famers came, if they would have just put there pride aside and play as a unit. Detroit spanked them with a lesson I hope we all never forget. The best "Team" wins. This was soo awesome to be able to read behind the scenes of the games talked about in the book. I watched everyone including the pre-season games and it was just sweet to read more of the story. I bet Phil will be back coaching someday.
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Breaking Down The Wall 24 octobre 2004
Par Thomas J. Kouns - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As an avid NBA fan, I have found it very difficult to find books that give deeper insight into the game. Most NBA biographies use supericial facts and quotes to tell a generic story but never get to the deeper issues and conflicts that occur in all NBA locker rooms. In many ways, much of what goes on in the NBA is careully guarded. This book breaks that barrier with a colorful and often painful look into the championship Lakers.

I couldn't put the book down. Jackson paints a telling picture of the dysfunctional Lakers and the tactics today's NBA coach must employ to get glorified adulated millionaires to play as a "we" and not and "I." What I like most about Jackson's accounting is that he doesn't seek to use this book as a PR piece for himself but rather as a release of the tremendous pressure he endured and the conflicts that it created within himself.

I found it highly interesting and revealing that this book has had a tremendous backlash from the sports establishment. Obviously, they are afraid this book takes some of the shine off the league. In my estimation though, it gets to the heart of what we find most interesting about pro-sports - the emotions, turmoil and conflicts of humans existing in a surreal environment. Jackson himself remarks that pro-basketball is of little consequence in the bigger picture of life.

Jackson's interactions with Kobe Bryant are fascinating as are his beliefs as to what is at the center of Bryant's own inner conflicts. I've admired Jackson for years for his ability to defy conventionality in order to acheive extraordinary success. The very fact that a book of this nature was actually published again demonstrates his ability to break down long-standing barries/status quos within the NBA establishment.

A must read for die-hard NBA fans.
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