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Now, the head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers nearly dying via bicycle accident, really, is the moment you'd think Winning Time would've fictionalized for added drama, but this moment is pretty damn close to reality.What happened to Jack McKinney in the 1979 bike accident?
What Happened To Jack McKinney In the 1979 Bike Accident? In 1979, he met a bike accident that ended his coaching career with the lakers; this accident pushed him out of his career for a long time. It was a time he joined the Lakers as a head coach and was making progress. His unconventional technique were proving to be fruitful for the Lakers.What happened to Jack McKinney of the Lakers?
Coach Jack McKinney, center, with Magic Johnson, right, and Brad Holland as they prepared for the 1979-80 season. With the team at 9-4, McKinney was severely hurt in a bicycle accident, putting him in a coma and ending his career in Los Angeles.What happened to the Lakers in 1979-80?
The 1979-80 season was one of transformation for the Lakers. They had a new owner, Dr. Jerry Buss, who wanted his team to be flashy and entertaining. In his heralded rookie point guard, Earvin (Magic) Johnson, Dr. Buss believed he had his floor leader for the future.