Many see Phil Jackson and James Dolan as adversaries vying for the soul of the Knicks. But if this relationship is going to work, it has to be more Inception than Godzilla.
The New York Knicks are weird and the Phil Jackson thing is too, but for Knicks' fans sake, I hope everything works out.
There are two things and really two things only to know about the New York Knicks' now-apparently-imminent hiring of Phil Jackson to head up basketball operations. These two things have both been written about and argued for at length but where the narrative up to now errs is that it poses them as conflicting viewpoints on the hire when, in reality, they're both true.
Yes, this will probably fail. And yes, it's still the right move.
Metta World Peace wrote another book!
Stop me if you've heard this one: The Knicks and Raptors are talking trade. Again.
Instagram sure is a funny place. Unlike Twitter, there is no character limit and sometimes, things get out of control in the comments section. If you follow LeBron James, you'll probably have noticed that nearly every photo he posts ends up being a debate between a handful of people on whether or not he is as godly as he's made out to be.
Carmelo Anthony says he's a leader. He also says everybody's a leader. It's utopia up in here!
In which the Knicks lose and New York City traps Jordan.
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The ticket attendant, too cheerful for this early morning, wishes us a safe flight and thanks us for flying