Keidel: Knicks Botching Coaching Search -- And We Shouldn't Be SurprisedThe Knicks had three eminently qualified, gifted, and eager men ready to roll, yet none were considered for head coach this time around.
Report: Knicks Contact Mark Jackson In Coaching SearchMark Jackson, 51, took over a downtrodden Warriors franchise in 2011 and brought it to the playoffs in his second and third seasons, only to be fired a year before Golden State won the NBA championship.
Schmeelk: Handicapping Possible Knicks Head Coach CandidatesHere’s how I break it down with odds based on availability and chance of landing them.
Brooklyn Nets Coaching Search: 6 Names To ConsiderFor the third time in the last 2 1/2 years, the Brooklyn Nets are in the market for a head coach.
Keidel: Aside From LeBron, Mark Jackson Had To Be Most DeflatedGenerally, a new coach inherits the very vulnerable team that got the prior coach fired. Which is why, aside from LeBron, the most viscerally defeated or deflated man in the building was Mark Jackson.
12 Great Players In St. John's Basketball HistoryWith St. John's looking more and more like it will make the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2010-11, it's time to look back on some of the great players who have called Jamaica, Queens, home over the last 70 years.
Keidel: Fisher May Be The Goods, But He's Got Quite A Job Ahead Of HimFor all we know Derek Fisher is the next Red Auerbach. But no matter the GM, hard work or the hypotenuse of Phil Jackson's famed triangle offense will make MSG a winning culture.
Mark Jackson Offers Mixed Messages On His Interest In Knicks JobDoes Mark Jackson want the Knicks' head coaching job or not? Would it even matter if he did? Those are some legitimate questions considering the situation at Madison Square Garden.
Report: Phil Jackson 'Open' To Talking To Mark Jackson About Knicks JobKnicks President Phil Jackson, who whiffed in his pursuit of Steve Kerr, is "open" to talking to Mark Jackson about the organization's head-coaching vacancy, according to a report.
Schmeelk: Mark Jackson Is Not The Right Man For Knicks' Job If Phil Jackson interviewed him, perhaps Mark Jackson would promise to make changes. If he did, maybe it could work. But for the Knicks, that’s a bet they cannot afford to make.
Keidel: Phil Jackson, Brought To NYC To Bring Juice To MSG, Fails 1st TestThis strikes a blow to everyone in the organization, from Jackson to Jim Dolan to Carmelo Anthony, who must be appalled by the notion that the most visible non-player in the NBA can't even get his own acolyte to coach for him.
Keidel: If Not Your Admiration, Nets At Least Deserve Your AttentionStill want to talk Knicks? Phil Jackson and Steve Kerr? There's a far better story going on in Brooklyn, one that you really should start paying attention to.
Keidel: It's Too Bad Mark Jackson Is Not Phil Jackson's GuyNo coach is better qualified, in attitude and aptitude, than Mark Jackson is to the Knicks. It's a shame that Steve Kerr is currently Phil Jackson's pet.
Schmeelk: Knicks President Phil Jackson Needs To Get His ManJackson needs to get his man. Whatever his Plan B is doesn’t matter. The Plan A needs to work. That’s why Jackson is getting $10 million a season to run the Knicks.
Report: Despite Interest From Warriors, Kerr Leaning Toward KnicksThe Knicks remain the frontrunner to land Steve Kerr as their next head coach, but they have some competition. According to a report, Kerr will listen to the Warriors if they approach him about their coaching vacancy.