There is no denying that the New York Knicks are into a very bad situation at the moment, one of the toughest ones they have been in since Carmelo Anthony came on-board . This was the first season in the Melo era that the team didn't make it to the postseason and on top of that, their megastar forward is set to hit the free agency in a little more than one month from … [Read more...] about New York Knicks and Phil Jackson’s plans next season
Former Chicago Bulls and L.A. Lakers coaching legend Phil Jackson finally gave his girlfriend, Lakers Executive Vice President Jeanie Buss an engagement ring. And Jackson knows a lot about bling, having acquired so many NBA championship rings. … [Read more...] about Phil Jackson and Jeanie Buss finally engaged
The former leader of the Los Angeles Lakers and Chicago Bulls, the ZenMaster who won multiple titles with both is now the main target to be Avery Johnson's replacement with the Brooklyn Nets. … [Read more...] about Phil Jackson targeted as next Brooklyn Nets coach; he’s not interested
Welcome back, NBA. And welcome back, Indiana Pacers. The early-morning agreement Nov. 26 between the league and the players' union ensures the highest level of professional basketball will be played -- albeit under a shortened schedule. The great news for the Pacers -- one of the NBA's small-market franchises -- is that this tentative collective bargaining agreement, … [Read more...] about Welcome Back, Indiana Pacers
Phil Jackson will be busy next weekend, he's inducting two people into the basketball hall of fame. That's good that he's keeping busy in his retirement years. The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame 2011 class a very decidedly Chicago Bulls feel- the greatest coach in team history will present the most colorful player in franchise history (Dennis Rodman) and one of … [Read more...] about Phil Jackson to Present Dennis Rodman, Tex Winter into Hall of Fame: Chicago Bull Market Ceremony
The Indiana Pacers finally made the long-expected hire of Frank Vogel as head coach official Wednesday. Vogel and Pacers President Larry Bird addressed the media, each saying he felt good about the direction of the franchise going forward. While I tend to agree -- especially knowing that revered NBA assistant coach Brian Shaw will come aboard as Vogel's associate head … [Read more...] about Indiana Pacers Finally Hire Frank Vogel; Now What?
When the ping-pong balls came up all things Chicago Bulls on that fateful night in 2008, the next month was filled with pundits prognosticating on the proper thing to do. When John Paxson made his decision, many lauded the choice. We knew Derrick Rose was going to be good. We knew he would be a solid addition to a team looking for an identity. However, no one can … [Read more...] about Bulls vs. Pacers: Game 3 Preview is as obvious as it should be
By Shaymus McLaughlin It’s now been over a week since the Los Angeles Lakers won the NBA championship, their 15th overall as a franchise, and I’m still not sure how I feel about it. As a sports fan, it’s certainly a wonderful story. Kobe was finally able to win without the great Shaq-Fu, Phil Jackson jumped ahead of Red Auerbach for the most NBA titles, Lamar Odom was … [Read more...] about Should Minnesota Feel Happy for the Lakers?