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We don’t understand Phil Jackson’s plan with the Knicks

It looked like Phil Jackson would rebuild the Knicks slowly. Then, he traded for Derrick Rose and signed Joakim Noah. How is this supposed to work? Paul Flannery and Tom Ziller are previewing all 30 teams via conversation. Next up: the New York Knicks. Find all of the Flanns and Zillz previews here. ZILLER: After drafting Kristaps Porzingis and veering away from veteran talent, it appeared Phil Jackson was content to rebuild the Knicks almost from scratch, without losing his superstar Carmelo Anthony.
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