Friday, April 18, 2014
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Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Over the weekend, the New York Knicks were officially eliminated from 2014 playoff contention. Since winning 50+ games in the Atlantic division in 2013, the team suffered a collapse this season in comparison to their best outing in over 15 years. With Carmelo Anthony approaching his 30th birthday in a few weeks, the time window left in his prime is rapidly approaching. After years of being rumored to rejoin the Los Angeles Lakers, Phil Jackson dismissed those ideas after signing a five-year, $60 million dollar contract on March 18th to officially become the new President of basketball operations for the Knickerbockers. This effectively eliminated rumors of a potential run at coaching once again, citing his bad knees as a hindrance to his return. With Carmelo Anthony’s free agency now underway, Phil will have to act fast in making the right moves to not only accommodate his star, but fans of the organization. From the outside looking in, many may think Phil is under pressure, but given his history in the league, we all know it won’t be a one-year turnaround if he’s making smart decisions. Now that Knicks have officially lost, we’ve taken time to analyze a few things the Zen Master can do not only this summer, but heading forward to repair New York.