Keidel: So Long, Phil, Thanks For NothingPhil Jackson's stint as the New York Knicks' president was a complete failure, a shameless money grab that leaves the team worse off.
Knicks, Phil Jackson Part Ways After Dismal 3-Year RunPhil Jackson and the New York Knicks are parting ways after he oversaw one of the worst eras in team history and feuded with star Carmelo Anthony.
LeBron Slams Phil Jackson For Saying "Posse"LeBron James once respected Phil Jackson's coaching accomplishments. That affection has vanished. James fired back at the Knicks president for using the word "posse" to describe the NBA megastar's business associates.
Will Derrick Rose Save The Knicks... Can Anyone?The New York Knicks haven't won an NBA title in over four decades. Will pairing Derrick Rose with Melo return the team to relevance?
Report: Nets Reach Out To Phil Jackson About Coaching VacancyOn Sunday, GM Billy King said he'd contact Jackson when announcing the Nets would not retain interim coach P.J. Carlesimo.
Agent: Lakers Hire Mike D'Antoni As New CoachMike D'Antoni's agent says the Los Angeles Lakers have signed the former coach of the Suns and Knicks to a four-year contract to replace Mike Brown.
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Let Me Be Real Clear, Mavericks Western Conference Favorites
Mavs Eliminate Lakers & Sweep Jackson To RetirementJason Terry tied an NBA playoff record with nine 3-pointers and the Dallas Mavericks matched another postseason mark with 20 3s, powering them to a 122-86 victory over the Lakers on Sunday and a sweep of their second-round series.
Phil Jackson Fined $35,000 For Complaining About RefsJust before what could've been the last game of his coaching career, Lakers coach Phil Jackson was fined $35,000 for comments about the officiating.
Shan Talks With Lakers Following Game 3 LossShan Shariff stopped by the Lakers' practice day to talk with Coach Phil Jackson, Gasol and Kobe - and he heard some very interesting things.
Lakers & Mavs Keep It Civil Before Playoff MeetingAlthough they had quite a combustible meeting last month, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Dallas Mavericks anticipate no thuggish behavior in the clubs' first playoff meeting in 23 years.