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the Saints in 2011 before signing with the Bucs as a free agent, will require
surgery on his left foot to repair a toe problem. He has started all seven games
with the Buccaneers and played in all 71 of his teams games since entering the
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defensive end Calais Campbell is relieved that the long-term contract he and the
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passed defending F1 champion Sebastian Vettel and two-time world champ Fernando
Alonso late in the 70-lap race to post his third career win at Circuit Gilles
Villeneuve.With the Los Angeles Lakers officially pushing the panic button and
firing their head coach Mike Brown, the team is now a position to find a
replacement for interim man Bernie Bickerstaff that will be able to turn the
struggling, star-driven team around. Immediately after the firing, the first
name that surfaced was former Lakers coach Phil Jackson. The 11-time NBA
champion retired in 2010 after a second round sweep at the hands of the Dallas
Mavericks. Prior to that he had won five titles as a Lakers coach and had proven
to be the only one capable of leading Kobe Bryant to a championship. Jackson
left the Lakers once before, following the teams 2004 NBA Finals loss to the
Detroit Pistons and did return, but under entirely different circumstances, as
he was re-hired prior to the 2005-06 season and had not already announced his
retirement. He would seem to be the man for the job, but was very firm in his
assertion that the 2010-11 season would be his last, so a return to the bench
for what would be his third tour of duty in LA would be anything but a sure
thing. Besides Jackson, another name that has gotten traction is former Knicks
and Suns head man, Mike DAntoni. DAntonis familiarity with Steve Nash and his
past experience running the type of up-tempo, showtime offence Lakers executive
vice president Jim Buss has wanted to implement would be drawing cards. Still,
he has never won an NBA championship and his teams have always struggled to
defend – the area the Lakers have struggled with the most this season, ranking
in the bottom half of the league in points allowed. There is also the issue of
him not being physically capable of being able to patrol the sidelines after
having knee replacement surgery just a couple of weeks ago. It was being
reported he is currently going through rehabilitation and would not be able to
return to work until December. Besides those two experienced candidates, there
is also speculation LA may be willing to consider former Lakers player and
assistant coach Brian Shaw. Major Wright Elite Jersey. Now an assistant
with the Indiana Pacers, Shaw was a favourite of Bryant and was thought to be a
candidate for the same position when LA decided to go with Brown. Unfortunately,
the relationship between Lakers management and Shaw was soured after the team
decided to pass him over, and according to the Indianapolis Star, he laughed
when asked about a possible return. Former Utah Jazz head man Jerry Sloan was
another name thrown into the fray. The 70-year-old resigned in 2011 after
coaching the Jazz for 22 years. He led the team to 15 consecutive playoff
appearances and his track-record of getting stars like John Stockton and
Karl Malone to buy into his no-nonsense, hard-nosed approach may be appealing to
Lakers ownership. Still, going from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles would be a
huge jump for the notoriously private, media-averse Sloan. Stan Van Gundy
dispelled any rumours he may be in the running by telling the Orlando Sentinel
that the firing of Brown was “the most ridiculous firing in the history of the
NBA” And he later joked: “Im sure Im at the top of their list.” His brother Jeff
was also a name tossed out, but he last coached in the league in 2007 and is
known for running the type of isolation, slow-it-down offence that is opposed by
Lakers ownership. Other possible fits include, Nate McMillan or Flip Saunders
but their lack of playoff success and experience in big markets may
automatically disqualify them. As has been proven by coaches not named Phil
Jackson, the position of head basketball coach in Los Angeles is an extremely
difficult one. But if Jackson is indeed retired, who can LA depend on to get
things turned around? As always, its Your! Call.   ’ ’ ’ 

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