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Phil Jackson sent Kristaps Porzingis the basketball equivalent of a Sicilian message.
Knicks president Phil Jackson met recently with Kristaps Porzingis' brother.
Phil Jackson was playing the role of the quiet observer in his meeting with former Kentucky guard De'Aaron Fox.
Phil Jackson is confident about the Knicks' No. 8 draft pick. The post Phil Jackson: ‘We’re Good at What We Do’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Jackson and his regime have the eighth overall pick in this year's draft
Jackson is clearly comfortable going overseas.
The biggest surprise at the NBA Draft Lottery wasn’t the Knicks falling one spot from seven to eight.
Some feel Phil's comments just aren't helping his goal of moving Melo out of town
It was very shrewd of Phil Jackson to publicly acknowledge that he recently spoke with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver.
"He essentially said, 'I want to dump this guy.'" The post NBA Execs: Phil Jackson Has Damaged Carmelo Anthony’s Trade Stock appeared first on SLAMonline.
If Phil Jackson had it his way he would trade New York Knicks‘ star Carmelo Anthony to an NBA contender, this offseason he may get his wish. Will Carmelo Anthony waive his no-trade clause and accept a deal to play for another team? One...Show More Summary
The Knicks president says he wants Carmelo Anthony to succeed.
Knicks president Phil Jackson reiterated his desire to move Carmelo Anthony.
The team’s president said that he hoped Anthony could find success, which is something the Knicks cannot guarantee.
What started as a great relationship is ending on a very sour note as Phil Jackson and Carmelo Anthony continue to feud with each other. On Friday, the Zen master and Knicks president made it clear once again of the franchises’ desire to seek a trade partner in hopes of unloading star Carmelo Anthony. “He has […]
Knicks president Phil Jackson stood by his parting shots at Carmelo Anthony, but would not discuss his rift with Kristaps Porzingis.
The Knicks president still thinks the team needs to move on without their star forward
A month after Jackson said he wanted Anthony to waive his no-trade clause, he said it again. Less than a month after he told reporters Carmelo Anthony would be better off on another team, New York Knicks president Phil Jackson doubled-down...Show More Summary
Phil Jackson cares enough about Melo’s well-being to send a supportive text about personal issues and still push him toward another team.