Phil Jackson reportedly 'fascinated' by Knicks, but would he mesh with James Dolan?

Mar 15, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Sporting News

When news of Mike D'Antoni's departure as head coach of the New York Knicks broke Wednesday, speculation immediately turned to Phil Jackson, who has led the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers to a combined 11 NBA titles.

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hoopster

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Mar 21, 2012
 
No Phil's triangle offence will not work for the Knicks. Plus look at the Knick's coaching hisory, they hired hall of fame coaches in the past like Larry Brown, Leny Wilkens, Pat Riley ....all left as losers in New York. New York will ruin your reputation Phil, stay retired!
Bulldog

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Mar 27, 2012
 
I agree. I would prefer that they stick with Woodson.
Henry

Detroit, MI

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Apr 13, 2012
 
New York Knicks should quickly go for Phil Jackson, if he still want to coach
new York has paid a lot of money for the super star player, they have to finish the job by bring Phil to the big apple. if he is not available we can stick it out with Mike Woodson, They should not say anything about The old coach that was just fired in florida. Message for the ... They always pass the ball to Steve Novak
all the time that Man is a very sharp Shooter.

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