The latest NBA buzz is that Phil Jackson was offered and turned down the Knicks coaching job. In so doing, he was also reported to have repeated something that he’s said several times before–that his coaching days are over. But a front office job? That would be a different matter. Here’s what’s behind Phil’s decision to stay away from what he does best — coach teams to championships. Lest we forget, he has 11 rings. For sure, he’s the best and most
The accepted conventional wisdom is that either the Clippers or the Thunder will ultimately represent the West in the finals. However, partisans of the Spurs and the Grizzlies believe that their respective teams are also legitimate contenders for the Western Conference crown. Me? I’d say last night’s 103-82 taming of the Grizz is a microcosm of why San Antonio is the true dark horse in this particular race.
Ian Eagle will be joining Andy Roth and Brian Geltzeiler to discuss the Nets, Barclays Center and the city of Brooklyn. Also coming on are Howard Beck of the New York Times to discuss Mike D’Antoni’s return to NY with his woeful Lakers and Charley Rosen will end the show to break down the Lakers mess and Phil Jackson. Enjoy the show.Listen to internet radio with Sheridan Hoops Radio on Blog Talk Radio
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