Watch Phil’s 10 Championship Clinchers

Phil JacksonNo coach in basketball has more championships than Lakers head man Phil Jackson, a feat he cemented with L.A.’s 4-1 series win over the Orlando Magic in the 2009 NBA Finals.

As such, Jackson surpassed Celtics legend Red Auerbach for the top spot in NBA annals after winning six times with the Chicago Bulls and four times with the Lakers.

To honor Jackson’s accomplishment, NBA TV will be airing all of Jackson’s biggest victories, starting with Game 5 of the 1991 Finals between the Bulls and Lakers.

Here’s the NBA TV schedule for July 27 and 28:

MONDAY, JULY 27
12:00 p.m. – Bulls vs. Lakers, Game 5 — 1991 Finals
2 p.m. – Blazers vs. Bulls, Game 6 — 1992 Finals
4 p.m. – Bulls vs. Suns, Game 6 — 1993 Finals
6 p.m. – Sonics vs. Bulls, Game 6 — 1996 Finals
8 p.m. – Jazz vs. Bulls, Game 6 — 1997 Finals
10:30 p.m. – Bulls vs. Jazz, Game 6 — 1998 Finals

TUESDAY, JULY 28
12:30 a.m. – Pacers vs. Lakers, Game 6 — 2000 Finals
2:30 a.m. – Lakers vs. Sixers, Game 5 — 2001 Finals
4:30 a.m. – Lakers vs. Nets, Game 5 — 2002 Finals
6:30 a.m. – Lakers vs. Magic, Game 5 — 2008 Finals
9 a.m. – Bulls vs. Suns, Game 6 — 1993 Finals
11 a.m. – Bulls vs. Jazz, Game 6 — 1998 Finals
1 p.m. – Pacers vs. Lakers, Game 6 — 2001 Finals
3 p.m. – Lakers vs. Sixers, Game 5 — 2001 Finals
5 p.m. – Lakers vs. Nets, Game 4 — 2002 Finals