Jack Sikma

Minnesota Timberwolves Assistant

  • Born: 11/14/55
  • Age: 58
  • Height: 6-11
  • Weight: 230
  • Seasons: 5

Notes on the Coaching Staff

117

Flip Saunders seems to be getting the gang back together to collectively coach the Minnesota Timberwolves. With June 30th approaching, and contracts expiring, employment-turnover among the Wolves...

Hey Hall, Where's Jack?

16

Jack Sikma is a legend to those in Seattle, but he's more than just that. He's a Hall of Famer.

Wilkens or Karl?

28

A close look at all the men who have roamed the sidelines in Seattle. Part VI concludes the series and finally answers the question: who is the greatest coach in team history?

Looking Back at Coach Lenny Wilkens

15

A close look at all the men who have roamed the sidelines in Seattle. Part IV examines the coaching career of the man who led the SuperSonics to their first and only championship.

The Seattle Way: Comparing Seattle's Champions

16

For only the second time, a major sports team has brought a championship to Seattle. Upon closer examination, the second team is not too different from the first.

Greatest of All-Time: The 1982 Seattle Supersonics

4

Lenny Wilkens' last 50-plus win team is profiled as the debate continues of what team was the greatest Sonics team of All-Time.

Greatest of All-Time: The 1980 Seattle Supersonics

20

Over the next few weeks SonicsRising will be running reviews of the 22 Seattle Supersonics teams that made the playoffs. This installment focuses on the 1980 Sonics.

The Greatest Forgotten Sonic

9

Many elite basketball players have starred for the SuperSonics throughout their history. One who is largely forgotten is center Bob Rule. If not for an Achilles injury in his fourth season, Rule...

Greatest of All-Time: 1979 Seattle Supersonics

35

The older the violin, the sweeter the music. It doesn't get any sweeter than 1979.

Greatest of All-Time: The 1978 Seattle Supersonics

Over the next few weeks Sonics Rising will be running reviews of the 22 Seattle Supersonics teams that made the playoffs. This third installment focuses on the 1978 Sonics.

Does Det Deserve It?

38

When the Sonics return, should they retire #11?

Who is The #2 Greatest Sonic of All Time?

68

Only one more player to go after this; it's the #2 greatest Sonic of all time, a franchise icon who anchored the team in its championship contending era and was hands down the best player at his...

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