Six players were on the roster of two teams on the list— Wilt Chamberlain with the 1966–67 Sixers and 1971–72 Lakers; James Edwards , Dennis Rodman , and John Salley with the 1988–89 Pistons and 1995–96 Bulls; and Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen with the Bulls in both 1991–92 and 1995–96. Three other individuals both played for and coached honored teams, all of whom completed this "double" with a single franchise— K. C. Jones with the Celtics as a player in 1964–65 and coach in 1985–86, Billy Cunningham with the Sixers as a player in 1966–67 and coach in 1982–83, and Pat Riley with the Lakers as a player in 1971–72 and coach in 1986–87. Phil Jackson , head coach of the Bulls from 1989 to 1998, was the only man to coach two teams that made the list. Although Jackson was under contract to the Knicks as a player in their 1969–70 championship season, he did not play that season as he was recovering from spinal fusion surgery. 
Next Image: NBA Mock Draft 2018 Gallery 1/15 While Heavy has you covered in the final few weeks leading up to the 2017 NBA Draft , there has been increased intrigue over the 2018 NBA Draft. We're going to press the pause button on 2017 just for a few minutes as we look ahead towards the 2018 draft. Two names, in various order, are atop the early prospects list for next year's draft. Fans are already debating the merits of Luka Doncic and Michael Porter Jr. as to who has the early lead to be selected with the top pick in 2018. While Doncic is originally from Slovenia, the shooting guard plays for Real Madrid in Liga ACB. ESPN draft analyst Chad Ford holds Doncic in high regard. "He is quite simply the most heralded international prospect I've ever scouted. At age 17 he [was] already starting and averaging eight points a game in the best league in Europe. He's a highly skilled wing with an elite basketball IQ, the ability to score from everywhere on the floor, superior court vision and solid athleticism. He plays like a veteran already. Some teams worry a bit about his lack of elite explosiveness and lateral quickness -- and that's the only reason he isn't topping our board at the moment. The scouts who know Europe best say he's a once-in-a-decade prospect," Ford writes.