The only two measurements that matter, Derek Fisher’s first day on the job went very well at West Point. Phil Jackson didn’t stand up from his seat by the bleachers to take over the defensive drills.
The first-year head coach spent the entirety of his first official three-hour session working exclusively on defensive drills tells you what kind of team he expects to field with the Knicks following last year's disastrous failure to reach the playoffs.
The New York Knicks will hope to improve from a dreadful 2013-14 season as they enter this year with Phil Jackson in the front office and Derek Fisher making his head coaching debut. What can we expect of the Knicks and Carmelo Anthony...Show More Summary
Here’s ESPN New York reporting on the Knicks and J.R. Smith: Head coach Derek Fisher has not committed to a starting five yet. Smith and Iman Shumpert should have a healthy competition in training camp if Fisher opts to start just one of them. Tim Hardaway Jr. also will push for minutes after an impressive rookie season. Smith, the [...]
The Knicks believe their win total last season should have fallen somewhere between their totally disappointing final number (37) and the 54 they posted one year earlier in winning the Atlantic Division.
With training camp opening for the Knicks on Tuesday in West Point, Phil Jackson believes the Knicks will return to the playoffs this season under first-year coach Derek Fisher in a revamped Eastern Conference.
The New York Knicks, under the new regime of team president Phil Jackson and first-year head coach Derek Fisher, are ready to bounce back from last year's disappointing 37-45 season. A long-time Jackson disciple, Fisher will installShow More Summary
The final countdown is underway before the Knicks open training camp next Tuesday in West Point, Derek Fisher’s first as a head coach following an 18-year NBA career.
The New York Knicks enter the 2014-15 NBA season with a new head coach in Derek Fisher and a slew of new faces (namely Jose Calderon and rookie Cleanthony Early) to join Carmelo Anthony at Madison Square Garden. Can the Knicks climb back into the playoffs in the East? Howard Beck and Ric Bucher join Adam Lefkoe to give their take in the video above. Show More Summary
There’s been much ado about Carmelo Anthony’s role now that the New York Knicks, under new head coach Derek Fisher and team president Phil Jackson, will be running the Triangle […] The post Carmelo Anthony Excited to Play in the Triangle Offense appeared first on SLAMonline.
The New York Knicks added four assistant coaches to first-year coach Derek Fisher's staff Thursday, hiring Jim Cleamons, Rasheed Hazzard, Brian Keefe and Joshua Longstaff.
As the New York Knicks embark upon the first full season of Phil Jackson's reign as president of basketball operations, they'll have a permanent reminder of the Zen Master's presence stalking the sidelines. New head coach Derek Fisher...Show More Summary
Last year's New York Knicks defense was a mess. Good thing the current squad has a new cleaning service. The Knicks switched up management and coaching staffs this offseason, making the jump from Mike Woodson to Derek Fisher on the bench and adding Phil Jackson to oversee all things basketball. Show More Summary
On paper, the New York Knicks appear to be dramatically improved over last season's iteration. With the arrival of team president Phil Jackson and head coach Derek Fisher, the squad should feature a completely revamped system, whileShow More Summary
Phil Jackson is in the early stages of molding the New York Knicks into a contender. Jackson re-signed Carmelo Anthony and established new head coach Derek Fisher. However, the roster will need more pieces to complement Anthony and a...Show More Summary
(The Sports Xchange) - The New York Knicks will add Jim Cleamons to new coach Derek Fisher's staff, the Los Angeles Times reported Monday. Cleamons, a longtime NBA assistant, served on former Milwaukee Bucks coach Larry Drew's staff last season. Show More Summary
Phil Jackson and the New York Knicks had an active offseason, hiring a new coaching staff —led by Jackson's protege, Derek Fisher — and revamping the roster. Some Knicks will benefit from a new coaching philosophy and the changes inShow More Summary
Phil Jackson's reign with the New York Knicks has been relatively mistake-free. Trade Pablo Prigioni, and it will be mistake-free no more. Aside from the one-name coaching search New York staged prior to Derek Fisher's hire, JacksonShow More Summary
Phil Jackson's presidency over the New York Knicks has brought a sea change to the point-guard position. He upgraded at starter in the form of Jose Calderon, 32, and added promising 21-year-old Shane Larkin to share backup duties with returning veteran of the game Pablo Prigioni, 37. Show More Summary
While the regular season is still months away, the New York Knicks already have a few certainties locked in for 2014-15. Under new coach Derek Fisher, the team will primarily be running the triangle offense, as shown during the Las Vegas Summer League. Show More Summary