When Phil Jackson took over as head coach of the Chicago Bulls in 1989, he inherited a struggling team with one of the best players in the world: Michael Jordan. Still, he knew he had to nurture the rest of the team instead of focusing solely on its star. Find out why Phil had his players repeat this statement: No man is an island. No man goes his way alone. What I put into the lives of others will come back unto its own. Plus, Phil reflects on what it was like to coach His Airness.