I am not a big fan of sports. I like to occassionally watch an NBA game or something. I grew up in Utah so I do have a soft spot for the Jazz. I do like Coach Jerry Sloan. He does not put up with players who have a "holier than thou" attitude. He works hard and pushed the players to play with finesse, control and rigor. He does not seem like the kind of coach to give a "win one for the gipper" speech.
So I watched an interview with Coach Sloan. During the interview, the commentator asks the coach what he will do now that one of his players is out for the season. This is the playoffs and for NBA fans this is dire, life on the line type stuff. His reply was incredible! He said, "It's not tough. It its not life or death, it's basketball. It brings it into reality that's what your dealing with." He is a no-nonsense guy. He seems to say, "Just do your best with whatever life gives you."
Just watch the video and let me know your opinion