The former coach of the Utah jazz Jerry Sloan died on may 22.
The 78-year-old specialist was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and dementia.
Sloan was one of the most successful basketball coaches. He led the jazz for 23 seasons (1988-2011), twice took the team to the NBA finals (1997, 1998). Under the leadership of Sloan Utah won 1223 of victory.
As a player, Sloan was twice member of the all-star game NBA (1967, 1969). In 1978, his 4th of the game room was the first room, derived from circulation in Chicago.
In 2009, Sloan was inducted into the Hall of fame basketball.