Almost immediately after Mike D'Antoni resigned as head coach of the Knicks last March, everyone started speculating on the possibility of legendary coach and zen master Phil Jackson swooping in and turning an assemblage of busted knees and shot attempts into an actual team. Sources told ESPN at the time that Jackson would likely be "fascinated" by the idea—but in an interview to be aired this week, Jackson revealed he was the exact opposite of fascinated: “I wasn’t gonna take that job, that’s for sure.
The Los Angeles Lakers hired Mike D'Antoni over Phil Jackson to be their next coach, even though the numbers favor the Zen Master by a wide margin. Read Post
For better or worse, Mike D’Antoni has hopped the bus out of town, leaving Mike Woodson to serve as the interim coach who will try to corral Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks into something resembling a cohesive team. Read ful... Read Post