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Latest James Dolan Items
Phil Jackson has control of the New York Knicks, along with complete power to do what is necessary to fix them.
If there's something James Dolan seems to have finally figured out from his tenure as chairman of the New York Knicks, it's this: It's a lot easier to get people to pay their cable bills every month than it is to build a winning franchise in the NBA.
Jackson was a member of the Knicks' championship-winning teams in 1970 and 1973, but they haven't won a title since. Jackson went on to become the league's most successful coach, winning 11 championships with the Los Angeles Lakers and Chicago Bulls.
Phil Jackson is back in New York, providing the Knicks stability, championship-building ideas and a link to the franchise's best days.
Just two days after surprisingly watching from the bench for a second straight game, No. 1 goalie Henrik Lundqvist agreed to a long-term contract extension with the New York Rangers on Wednesday.
LeBron James wants to win as many championships as he can. When it comes to the titles dictated by money, he's not that interested.
If MSG chairman James Dolan is listening to what Carmelo Anthony has to say in London, he'll probably be happy to hear it.
One playoff victory was good enough for Mike Woodson to return as New York Knicks coach _ even with Phil Jackson lurking as a potential candidate.
Carmelo Anthony insists he isn't selfish, certainly not a guy who gets coaches replaced.