Phil Jackson says 'thanks for intercourse bball fans'

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Phil Jackson live tweeted his thoughts of the NCAA Tournament semifinal games and he did not disappoint.

When Phil Jackson took to Twitter last week, we weren't sure how active he'd be on it. Aside from this gem of a second tweet, he wasn't on it a ton in his first week. That all changed Saturday, when Jackson became a tweet machine during the two NCAA Tournament semifinal games. Here are the highlights:

Phil on basketball history:

Phil on double foul calls. Most of us agree:

Phil on the jump ball call at the end of the Louisville-Wichita St. game:

Phil's pun game needs some work:

Phil questions Michigan's play calling:

Phil thanks us all for a great night for him. It was good for us too, Phil:

Hopefully we get more of this on Monday night.

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