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So here's a fun one. A coach who hasn't been fired from his current job could replace another coach who hasn't been fired from his current job.
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In this space last year, I wrote that, as much as I despised the Mets' ownership and the way the team was being run, I could not bring myself to stop attending games.
If Hall of Fame-r Phil Jackson really is becoming head of basketball operations for the New York Knicks, let celebrations begin.
Not drafted? No problem. Phil Pressey went unselected in the 2013 draft. But that provided him the opportunity to control his own future, which ended up starting in Boston.
If Charles Barkley were the commissioner of the National Basketball Association, he would make an immediate change: No player can enter the NBA draft until the completion of his sophomore year of college.
The New York Knicks defeated Philadelphia 123-110 on Monday to send the 76ers to their 17th straight loss, while the Miami Heat edged the Washington Wizards to clinch an NBA playoff spot.
Law enforcement, government agencies and others are itching to use drones for everything from finding lost hikers to tracking shifting wildfires.
Every franchise has its own set of dysfunctional underpinnings. The Knicks just happen to have enough to fill a highlight reel, with a profusion of ownership blunders, financial mismanagement, mismatched pieces, guns, whacky weed, suspensions, rampant underachievement, and so on.
An important league source reports that former Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers head coach Phil Jackson is close to accepting an important position at the New York Knicks' front office.
It was a business as usual Monday for the tanking 76ers. This time it was a 123-110 setback to the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
A lot more NBA teams have purchased or set up hybrid affiliation with D-League teams over the past few years.
You might think that means coach Mike Woodson and his tyrannical boss cater to those who play better than everyone else.
With most of the basketball world getting ready to prepare the obituary for the Knicks' 2013-14 season days ago, the team managed to win their last three games in emphatic fashion sneaking right back into the playoff race.
Just last Thursday, news made the rounds that Phil Jackson was interested in going back to the NBA.