Kristaps Porzingis loves playing in the Big Apple, but don’t get it misconstrued, he loves winning more than anything. The Knicks power forward just finished his second season in the NBA, and after the club failed to reach the postseason for the fourth straight year, Porzingis skipped his exit meeting before returning to his native
The Knicks are Kristaps Porzingis team now, but that doesn’t mean that the young stud is just going to allow Phil Jackson and the brass to treat Carmelo Anthony any type of way. The Latvian star hit the Knicks with a one-two perse — liking Anthony’s Instagram response, to Phil Jackson saying that he thought
stan Van Gundy is doing some reflections, adn that’s always a good thing. The Pistons head coach says he has used the term ”posse” before, and it was always in regards to black players, not whites. His admission comes after LeBron James crushed Knicks President Phil Jackson for using the word in an interview to
The New York Knicks are serious about being relevant age wise. According to The Vertical — Noah is en route to Orlando to meet with Knicks brass who are offering a four-year, $70 million deal. Vertical Sources: Joakim Noah and the New York Knicks are in discussions on the framework of a deal in range
The Knicks just took a huge step up after trading for Derrick Rose, and Phil Jackson is reportedly not done. According to Frank Isola of the New York Daily News — Jackson welcomed Derrick Rose to the Big Apple by telling the point guard he intends to pursue free agent Kevin Durant. According to a
Luke Walton could have his pick of NBA jobs, but it appears he respectfully gave Phil Jackson his ear amid the Warriors playoff run according to Marc Berman of the New York Post. Berman gave no word on if it was just formal phone interview, but Walton seems content with waiting for the job of
I’m sure Jeanie Buss means well, and Byron Scott is a nice guy, but I’m not sure how the former Lakers guard can remain the coach of this team. We can talk about talent, and injuries, but the truth remains a coach who wasn’t a former Lakers great would have probably been canned by now.
Today Nike poked fun at the animosity displayed toward Kobe Bryant by dropping a hilarious new commercial on #MambaDay. Bryant stars as “the conductor” in the advertisement, inviting his doubters – who include fans, Phil Jackson, Paul Pierce, and Rasheed Wallace – to sing about their hatred for him.
This move is about two-years, too late, but Phil Jackson needs to do something to inspire Knicks fans and Carmelo Anthony. Kurt Rambis has been all the talk in regards to being officially named head coach by team president Phil Jackson, but according to Ian Begley of ESPN.com, David Blatt has emerged as an intriguing
Here is the record breaking 72-10 season mixtape of the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls.