Phil Jackson On Worst Season In Knicks Franchise History, “Sh*t Happens”


If you had to assign a grade to Phil Jackson’s first season as President the Knicks, it would likely be a D or F.

Kobe Bryant “The Interview” discusses Shaq, friends and winning [Video]


The end is very near for Kobe Bryant. I feel like people will appreciate Kobe’s legacy much more once he’s not a regular piece of the season. On Monday, NBA TV aired an hour-long interview with the Lakers superstar.

Bulls & Rockets Carmelo Anthony’s Preferred Destination


Big surprise here. Carmelo Anthony is planning on opting out of his contract with the New York Knicks and Chicago Bulls.

Derek Fisher To Be Named Knicks Head Coach


New York Knicks fans, your new head coach has been announced. Derek Fisher, the former five time NBA Champion – all under Phil Jackson – is expected to be announced as the latest edition to the Knickerbocker family.

Phil Jackson Fined $25,000 For Tampering


Phil Jackson hasn’t selected a head coach for the New York Knicks yet, but he’s already received a fine for tampering. Last week, Jackson mentioned current Oklahoma City Thunder guard Derek Fisher – one of Phil’s former players and owner of five rings with the Lakers – as a potential coaching candidate for the Knicks.

Knicks Fire Mike Woodson


Last week Knicks head coach Mike Woodson said if GM Phil Jackson had plans on firing him, he’d prefer it happened over the phone or though his agent, not in person. This morning word comes down that Woodson has been let go.

Lamar Odom Signs With Knicks


Lamar Odom is back in the NBA. Phil Jackson signed one of his favorite players from his second-go round with the Lakers on Wednesday for the remainder of the season – which ended Wednesday night.  The deal was for two-years with no guarantee for the second year, but the goal behind the signing was to […]

Knicks Lose To Lakers By 31 Points


I wonder if Phil Jackson was asking himself if he made the right move becoming Knicks President. After an eight-game-winning streak, the Knicks have lost back-to-back games to sub .500 teams. First there was the loss to the Cavs and then Tuesday night, a blowout loss to the Lakers.