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Apparently Phil levitates and “The Triangle” is a portal that wants to kill James Dolan. Sounds good to us…
The New York Daily News broke the story that most of us knew was coming from the moment Phil Jackson arrived in New York as the Knicks’ president and savior: clueless and terrible owner, James Dolan, has tried to prevent Jackson from firing certain team personnel.
This is what’s known as “cleaning house.”
— Jonah Ballow (@jonahballow) April 3, 2014
It’s not clear whether Mike Woodson tried this tactic at all this year.
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The moment James Dolan said he was “willingly and gratefully” handing over control to Phil felt like the symbolic toppling of a dictator’s statue during a people’s revolution. We’ll see if he actually means it.
The Knicks bring Phil Jackson aboard as their president today in an attempt to revitalize their garbage franchise. Watch live as a new era, hopefully, begins.
All week, various reports of varying believability reported that Phil Jackson was either thinking about, or leaning towards, or definitely set to become a member of the Knicks’ front office. The deal was expected to go down, if at all, this week. Has it happened already?
Congrats to Phil Jackson on his new role with the Knicks! It's good to have him back in the NBA!
— Pete Carroll (@PeteCarroll) March 11, 2014
Figures a California guy would have the inside word on what Jackson has decided.
Multiple reports say there’s good reason to believe Phil Jackson will come out of retirement to join the Knicks as president of basketball operations. The popular, easy take on this situation is making the rounds on the blogosphere today — mainly, that Jackson is making a major mistake, and the Knicks might be as well.