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Community Shootaround: Phil Jackson

Knicks president Phil Jackson has a reputation for being blunt and, at times, offensive, and his personality has once again generated headlines lately. Jackson held a one-on-one meeting with Carmelo Anthony Saturday regarding comments that Jackson made last week. Anthony called the meeting productive, but did add Jackson needs “to be careful the choice of words he uses.”

Metta World Peace, a former Knicks forward who also played under Jackson while with the Lakers, said the situation between Anthony and Jackson is productive, in an interview with Stefan Bondy of The New York Daily News. Still, with the Knicks playing better as of late, Jackson’s comments are an unwanted distraction at this point, Frank Isola of The New York Daily News argues. The Knicks are 13-10 after undergoing a makeover this summer that was led by Jackson.

What do you think? Is Phil Jackson helping or hurting the Knicks?

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9 thoughts on “Community Shootaround: Phil Jackson

  1. He is hurting the Knicks a lot more than he his helping. And he’s only helped this yr because of pressure Carmelo put on him during off season; or else Rambis would be HC & Calderon would still be PG. He’s a ego maniac & doesn’t have the best players in the league on his team anymore. His head coaching search was bizarre & his comments and lack of communication with the NY media and fan base is downright unacceptable. Go back to LA Phil.

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  2. It’s what he did with the Bulls and what he did with the Lakers. It’s hard to argue against his methods considering how insanely successful he was in doing it this way. He even managed to do so with Rodman. His most recent book is fascinating if any NBA fans want some inside knowledge as to why he intentionally run his mouth at times.

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  3. DarkGhost

    He’s a terrible executive and an overrated coach. Everybody talks about what an amazing coach he was. He had multiple combinations of NBA legends. He had Jordan and Pippen for 6 rings, Kobe and Shaq for 3, and Kobe for the other two. I’m not saying he didn’t have anything to do with those wins but come on you could have had literally any half way compatent coach in league history with those players and won championships.

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    • padam

      Here’s a great manager of egos. Not a fan of him playing GM, but as a coach he’s second to none.

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      • DarkGhost

        If he was a great manager of egos why did he let Kobe’s ego force Shaq out of LA

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  4. hopespringseternal

    Love that the 13-10 record is being celebrated.

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  5. GoNYGoNYGo

    The Knicks are 14-10 and just getting better. He took over a team that stunk and had no picks. They now have 3 legit front-line scorers, legit point guards and probably the deepest front court in the NBA. The media parasites that want to make something out of this are the cancer – not Phil.

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  6. SKales

    Why is it so bad that somebody is honest about holding the ball too long, anybody can see that. It is not Jackson’s ego, but Melo’s which is too big, Melo should look in the mirror and be honest to himself

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  7. Wanda Jones

    Phil is only hurting the knicks his attitude his body language all say he does not want to be here. Openly talking about your star player in public not good we should not forget who led the team in assists last year it was Carmelo that alone tells you he has changed his game some things are going well for us we don’t need his triangle let it go we got lucky Chicago didn’t want Rose and he appears time have something left. If Phil keeps this up we still won’t be able to get any marquee players. I believe we are still one or two players away from greatness.Phil also needs to realize these are men wouldn’t want to see him on the end of a Latrell Speedwell move (choke) I wouldn’t be surprised if he told Luke Walton to have his guys double team Melo last night since he was giving advise.

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