Former NBA player and head coach Byron Scott lived and breathed basketball based on his impressive resumé, but the three-time NBA champion has apparently lost his desire to return to the sidelines.

TMZ recently caught up with the 56-year-old Scott and asked if he was open to the possibility of coaching another NBA team, and Scott replied with a curt and straight-to-the-point “no” before elaborating that he’s “had enough of it” and is moving on with his life.

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Scott played for four different NBA teams, which is the same number of teams he also served as the head coach for. He won three championships as a member of the 1984, 1986 and 1987 Los Angeles Lakers. His first head-coaching stint was with the New Jersey Nets, where he was heralded as the next great basketball guru from the onset after leading the Nets to back-to-back NBA Finals appearances in 2002 and 2003.

In the 12 years that followed that stretch, though, Scott only managed to take one franchise to a couple of postseason berths: the New Orleans Hornets in 2007 and 2008. He won Coach of the Year honors during that 2008 season, but was never able to replicate his success from there on out. Scott never won more than 24 games in each of his last five seasons as a head coach; three with the Cleveland Cavaliers – all before LeBron James‘ second coming in Cleveland – and the final two with his beloved Lakers and Kobe Bryant at the twilight of his career.