Tex Winter is one of the most brilliant basketball minds of our time. He was the head coach of five different college teams, an assistant for three separate NBA teams, and is credited with teaching the triangle offense to various NBA legends, including Phil Jackson and Michael Jordan. Winter, 92, was an assistant coach for the Chicago Bulls during the 1990s and the Los Angeles Lakers in the 2000s.
Winter's longest tenured job was the head coach of Kansas State, leading the Wildcats from 1953-68. Winter was meeting with Jackson, whom he coached under with the Bulls and the Lakers, Derek Fisher, the Knicks head coach whom he coached with the Lakers, and current Wildcats' coach Bruce Weber.
That is quite a meeting of basketball greats.