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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Phil Jackson
Two days after firing Mike Woodson, Jackson reiterated Wednesday that he won't be returning to the bench, despite the fact that even fiancee Jeanie Buss told him he should.
Two days after firing Mike Woodson, Phil Jackson reiterated Wednesday that he won't be returning to the bench, despite the fact that even fiancee Jeanie Buss told him he should.
The coaching search is on in New York, and the best possible candidate has already been eliminated.
Mike Woodson and Tyrone Corbin lost their jobs, and Rick Adelman decided it was time to walk away from his.
Mike Woodson had the Knicks on top of their division and in the second round of the playoffs, destinations that had become unreachable and practically unimaginable in New York.
The New York Knicks have fired Mike Woodson after falling from division champions to out of the playoffs in one season.
Carmelo Anthony said he wants to stay in New York, and said he wants to win.
Mike Woodson won't lobby to keep his job with the New York Knicks. He believes he's already proven he deserves it.
Larry Brown thinks the New York Knicks have mistreated coach Mike Woodson. If they are going to replace him, he believes it should be with Phil Jackson.
With Knicks President Phil Jackson watching from a luxury suite high above the court, his new team's teetering playoff hopes got a big shove from his old team's incredible offensive show.
Long after Phil Jackson acknowledged the cheering fans with a thumbs-up and then a wave, there was one more standing ovation inside Madison Square Garden.
Mike Woodson not only isn't mad the New York Knicks wanted Phil Jackson for his job, he knows a guy if Jackson seeks a coach to run the triangle offense.
Phil Jackson has control of the New York Knicks, along with complete power to do what is necessary to fix them.
Phil Jackson is back in New York, providing the Knicks stability, championship-building ideas and a link to the franchise's best days.
Jackson, noting that Tim Duncan and the Miami Heat's Big Three had sacrificed salary in the past, said he would talk to Anthony about the benefits of doing the same.
Jackson said he didn't have a timetable beyond wanting a coach in place before the July summer league.