"Gunter glieben glauchen globen"
- Sep 1, 2011
You mention "Mt Rushmore." Which is a pretty good illustration of where this discussion falls off the rails.No question and I have Dean on my Mt Rushmore of coaches. I was just trying to show how close things can be. He wins his first title with mj in a game where Freddy Brown throws the ball away. His 2nd title is the Chris Webber timeout game.
And it's largely a matter of an individual's definition of "legendary," how freely they apply it, and how many coaches can 'legitimately' be considered "legendary." For me, the word means quite a lot. A "legend" to me is reserved for very, very few. Others either feel differently or just rank JB higher than i do either way.