You can never have enough talent.
Discipline is not a nasty word.
All I did from day-to-day is coach. That’s what my job was, that’s what my passion was, and the fact that now it’s something I’m being considered for is just mind-blowing to me, that I would ever be in that kind of company.
Whatever it takes to win.
You have to defeat a great players aura more than his game.
Being a part of success is more important than being personally indispensable.
Giving yourself permission to lose guarantees a loss.
There’s no such thing as coulda, shoulda, or woulda. If you shoulda and coulda, you woulda done it.
Being ready isn’t enough; you have to be prepared for a promotion or any other significant change.
Management must speak with one voice. When it doesn’t management itself becomes a peripheral opponent to the team’s mission.
There can only be one state of mind as you approach any profound test; total concentration, a spirit of togetherness, and strength.
When a great team loses through complacency, it will constantly search for new and more intricate explanations to explain away defeat.
The Ten Commandments were not a suggestion.
A particular shot or way of moving the ball can be a player’s personal signature, but efficiency of performance is what wins the game for the team.
You have no choices about how you lose, but you do have a choice about how you come back and prepare to win again.