Fisher was fired after going 40-96 in less than two seasons as the Knicks' head coach.
Jealousy is childish.
For worse or for worse.
There's plenty of love lost between these two former teammates.
The Triggerman You can read my thoughts on the top questions of free agency here. The three guys who should have been top
An important ability as an NBA head coach is to adapt to the talent you have on your roster. Forcing a triangle scheme upon this squad is a bad fit and needs to be changed before it's too late.
Carmelo Anthony is too talented and versatile a scorer not to put up big numbers. You might say that other than reigning MVP Kevin Durant, there isn't a more natural scorer than Anthony. And yet, five games into the Derek Fisher/Phil Jackson-era New York Knicks, it has become evident the triangle offense does not highlight Anthony's strengths.
The 36-year-old Kobe Bryant has been in the NBA over half his life. Unfortunately for the 16-time All-Star, he won't be getting
A championship culture is different than a winning culture. If Derek Fisher can keep that and everything else Phil Jackson helped him learn in mind, he can build a championship culture in the New York Knicks basketball team. This is the key to long-term success.
Even with his on-court play diminished due to age, OKC signed Fisher for the exact same reason KD admired him: because he set an example with his work ethic and was, as the saying goes, a great locker room guy -- always willing to mentor the next generation of players.
Fractions of a second before Fisher's historic heave, it looked like Game 5 of the 2004 Western Conference Semifinals would
The players union said in a statement it would fully cooperate, Bloomberg reported. When contacted by The Huffington Post