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Kobe Bryant and Phil JacksonDilip Vishwanat/Getty ImagesSuperstars need the right coach to succeed.

Colin Cowherd says stars want to be treated differently. The brilliance of coach Phil Jackson was running an offense with Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant that was created to get other players shots. The key to dealing with a star is getting them the right coach. Listen

Colin Cowherd spans the globe in New York, Boston and Los Angeles. Listen

NFL on FOX and NFL Network analyst Brian Billick says he would be comfortable taking QB Ryan Tannehill in the second round but that's not where he's going to be drafted. A lot of quarterbacks have been pulled up into the first round based on need and they haven't proven they deserved it. Plus, Billick says he loves Robert Griffin III. Both Griffin and Luck may throw more interceptions than touchdowns but they'll make a lot of progress in their first year. Billick also comments on the possibility of kickoffs being eliminated from the game. Listen

ESPN MLB analyst Curt Schilling says Kevin Youkilis is one the hardest-working players he's ever been around. After winning a few games, manager Bobby Valentine calling out Youkilis in the media was a blunder. Listen

ESPN NFL reporter Sal Paolantonio says that the Jets really wanted QB Tim Tebow and they told him that he wouldn't be a traditional backup QB. The Jets will use Tebow in a number of different ways to get him on the field. Listen

ESPN NBA analyst Kurt Rambis says that the Lakers are starting to feel comfortable as a team. They have a great shot to be dangerous in the playoffs. Rambis says so much of your success in the playoffs has to do with health and matchups. Listen

Two for the Road - Colin Cowherd shares two stories that made him laugh. Listen

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