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Kenyon Martin: Phil Jackson is failing Knicks in two big ways

Count Kenyon Martin as another former player who believes Phil Jackson’s triangle offense is antiquated and does not belong in today’s NBA. “The triangle is not going to run in this NBA, I don’t care who you have on the floor,” Martin said on “Two Man Weave,” airing on NBA on TuneIn. “This is not...
Via New York Post
14 hours ago

WATCH: JRSportBrief: Kristaps Porzingis VS Phil Jackson

In the latest installment of JRSportBrief on, JR finds no winners in the New York Knicks battle between Kristaps Porzingis and Phil Jackson.
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Report: Porzingis, Jackson at odds over direction of Knicks

Phil Jackson and Kristaps Porzingis have not spoken directly with one another since the end of the NBA regular season, and that is hardly a coincidence.Porzingis chose to skip his exit meeting with the team, and there have been reports that he is frustrated with the way things went during another rough year. In an attempt to smooth things over, Jackson recently met with Porzingis...
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Phil Jackson meets with Porzingis' brother

Kristaps Porzingis skipped his exit meeting with the New York Knicks at the end of the season, and Phil Jackson apparently found the decision concerning.Al Iannazzone of Newsday reports that Jackson recently met with Porzingis’ brother, Janis, to discuss why Kristaps chose not to meet with the team. Janis is an agent at Andy Miller’s agency ASM Sports.Porzingis reportedly decided...
Via Larry Brown Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Phil Jackson on Knicks after lottery: ‘We’re good at what we do’

Phil Jackson was relatively upbeat following the New York Knicks’ slight slide down the board during Tuesday’s NBA Draft Lottery. But the Knicks president made assurances that the team’s brain trust is “good at what we do” and will make do with how things played out.The Knicks were slotted seventh ahead of the ping-pong balls’ bounces during the draft lottery with a 57...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Heat not expected to pursue Carmelo Anthony trade

Salvation from Carmelo Anthony’s New York nightmare will likely not be coming in South Beach.Barry Jackson on the Miami Herald reports on Sunday that “one person in touch with the Heat” does not expect them to pursue a trade for Anthony.While there still doesn’t appear to be an end in sight to the 10-time All-Star’s staring contest with New York Knicks management and president...
Via Larry Brown Sports
17 days ago  |  Discuss

NLBPA head: Jackson ‘deliberately trying to shame’ Anthony out

Michele Roberts, the executive director of the National League Basketball Players Association, does not have a high opinion of Phil Jackson.Referring to comments made by Jackson about Anthony in April, Roberts made her opinion quite known.“I think Phil was deliberately trying to shame ‘Melo out of the city,” she told The Vertical, per Harvey Araton of The Vertical.According...
Via Sportsnaut
21 days ago  |  Discuss

NBA Referee Hotline Bling: David Fizdale calls B.S.

The NBA has a new hotline for players to call and speak their mind about NBA referees. It's active during the playoffs, unlike half the teams in the league and Boston's rebounders. Each week, we’ll present a look at the hotline’s responses, which are about as real as Deron Williams' hairline. We know when that hotline blings, that can only mean one thing: a rookie coach is "Popping...
Via Yardbarker
April 18, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Knicks players openly opposed to triangle offense

Phil Jackson’s management sounds as unpopular among New York Knicks players as it is with the team's fanbase.According to Adrian Wojnarowski of the Vertical, Knicks players are in “open rebellion” against the triangle offense favored by the team president, with players completely uninterested in the scheduled offseason triangle regimen.Despite all this, Jackson remains committed...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 16, 2017  |  Discuss

Phil Jackson honors the late Jerry Krause with touching statement

New York Knicks’ President of Basketball Operations and former Chicago Bulls head coach Phil Jackson issued a touching statement upon the death of his former colleague, Jerry Krause.In part, the statement reads “it was no secret that [Krause] built the dynasty in Chicago.” This is notable because Jackson and Krause had a notably toxic relationship, especially toward the end...
Via Sportsnaut
March 21, 2017  |  Discuss

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