Leave it to Phil Jackson to tell it like it is and watch as the rest of the NBA turns on his every syllable. This time, it's his beloved New York Knicks who figure to tremble before the Zen Master. Or should, if legions of tortured, Orange-and-Blue-clad fans in the Big Apple could have their say. In an interview with Andrea Kramer for HBO's Real Sports, Jackson claimed that he wouldn't have accepted the Knicks' head coaching job even if the team had offered it to him, rather than removing the "interim" tag from Mike Woodson's title: “There’s just too much work that has to be done with that team.
Head coaches in the NBA are a lot like reality television shows: They serve no purpose, yet a lot of people seem to think they are a big deal. The New York Knicks are dealing with a lot of problems on their roster right now, so it w... Read Post
The New York Knicks have every single piece a basketball team needs to win a championship, with one major exception. They are sorely lacking a coach who can lead them there. It would simply be crazy of owner James Dolan not to seek ... Read Post
Phil Jackson has spoken—if he had to draft a basketball dream team, his number one pick would not be Michael Jordan. So who is Jackson’s choice? What hardwood hero would the Zen Master choose over His Airness to lead his basketball ... Read Post