"Anybody could coach these guys. They're good people, they work hard in practice and they do the right thing. It boils down to people and how they work and how they respect their job. You always have a chance to win if you get good people who try to do their job.
I don't think it's coaching. It's not just about me. It's about our players and our coaches. There's a lot to learn as you go forward. Each game is an experience sometimes. There's always something that players aren't familiar with or things you are trying to get across to them. That's part of the coaching process."
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
It boils down to people and how they work and how they respect their job
Coach Jerry Sloan, whose Utah Jazz have won 11 straight, doesn't hesitate to credit his players for the team's 40 wins thus far.