Originally Posted by ClutchCity
I don't buy that. Phil is a basketball genius. He finds ways to maximize talent. He's has always been a guy that tailors the offense for certain players. That's how he always gets the most out of his guys, especially the role players.
Here's a quote from Brian Shaw from 2010 when asked about how Nash would look in the triangle offence:
I buy that Nash isn't a Phil Jackson PG - Phil Jackson has always had defensive minded, role-playing PGs start. Ron Harper, Derek Fischer, BJ Armstrong etc.
It will be out of the norm with Nash. Theoretically every player has a place in every offense, especially when you're as good as Nash.