publication date: Sunday, June 1, 2014 (part of Summer 2014)

category: Sports

clue: He made Chicago very happy six times, and Los Angeles very happy five times. Now he's in a position to make New York very happy, but he already did that twice back in the seventies.

explanation: As a head coach, Jackson won six NBA championships with the Bulls and five with the Lakers. In March 2014, he became president of the Knicks, the same team where he won two championships as a player in the 1970s. more…

difficulty: easy

solved by: Russ Wilhelm, Steve West, Samir Mehta, Justin Woods, LaVonne Lemler, Chris Lemler, Joanna Woods, Matthew Preston, Richard Slominsky, Denise Sawicki, Mike Rothstein, and Erik Bates


Similar Goos

Carmelo Anthony

After eight years of mining for Nuggets, he returned to his native New York rich in talent. Go »

Ronaldinho

Brazil is very forward about its love for this Porto Alegrean footballer. Go »

Paul McBeth

This Californian is famous for throwing a Frisbee fewer times than any other man in the world. Go »

Clint Dempsey

His team didn't do so well in the World Cup, but he's still beloved in his native Nacogdoches and his adopted hometown of Seattle. Go »

Chris Bosh

He was a bird of prey until he felt the allure of the heat. Go »

California Chrome

He won the Kentucky Debry and Preakness Stakes, and like the shiny state that is his namesake, this three-year-old thoroughbred has also won many hearts. Go »