Jim Boylan, the current head coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, might not be so thrilled about this. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar began his NBA career in Milwaukee—eventually getting traded to the Lakers after six seasons—and he could see himself coaching the Bucks going forward. Per OnMilwaukee: “I asked him flat out if he would be willing to be the head coach of the Bucks. ‘Of course,’ he replied. [...] ‘I know how to prepare for a season as an individual and I know what that means in terms of team commitment,’ Abdul-Jabbar said. ‘I can get all the right people together that have some chemistry and care about each other and they love the game. That’s where teams are made or not made successful. That’s very hard for GM’s to figure out. They know talent when they see it. But that ability to connect with your teammates, that personal chemistry is a hard thing to see in people. I can help players learn how to develop that chemistry. We had Pete Newell out here (in Los Angeles) and he was a master at understanding the personal fire within each player. I’d be a coach who can provide respect and keep the guys on the same page for a whole season.’”