I used to root for Marc Jackson because he had a fresh style whose coaching could be molded unlike Rambis who will likely not change due to his many years of service and mindset. Jackson reminds me of avery johnson without the high pitched yelling and I think the team would highly respect him since he's a young black coach..see how well Doc Rivers gets along with his basically all-black team. (not being racist lol) Plus Ricky Rubio and Flynn would love to have a former point guard coaching them. Being a former point guard, I'm sure Jackson has some creative plays to move the ball around and plays to especially improve the backcourt which is great since the frontcourt is much better than the backcourt. Jackson has been starving for a head coach position so I believe he will make his job a 24 hour thing while Rambis is quite old and used to showing up and winning.
However, Jackson is simply inexperienced without any assistant coaching experience? I can't believe he even got this far which shows how much the media can hype up a coach. Rambis has served under Phil Jackson, pat riley, and has a wealth of experience, except I believe he's never dealt with a terrible team which is what the Twolves are at this point. They cannot compare to the recent or past Lakers which is what Rambis dealt with. I hope he doesn't rely on the triangle offense the Lakers run so often. The only reason the Wolves would respect Rambis is because of his championship rings as assistant coach, but once he starts making mistakes, the team will clearly lose their trust.
So why is Rambis the better choice? Kobe really does most of the coaching for the Lakers so how can Rambis bring that skill set to coaching the Twolves? Why is Jackson the better choice? Maybe he's not a fluke if he had to get beat out by Mike D'antoni for the Knicks job and went this far in the coaching rounds. I think Rambis as head coach and Marc Jackson as assistant coach would be a great fit..Marc Jackson would probably hate it but this shows that there are no shortcuts in becoming a head coach!