Phil Jackson finally opens up about failed stint as Knicks president

Nearly four years after he was fired, Phil Jackson finally opened up about his failed stint as Knicks president, acknowledging he felt like a “major disappointment” while also assigning blame to the media, fans and Carmelo Anthony. “It was best to leave and I think as a favor, (James) Dolan relieved me of the job,” said a candid Jackson on “The Curious Leader” podcast, hosted by former Lakers player Coby Karl. “I think he actually did me a favor.” Jackson, 75, detailed several crisis points in his four seasons with the Knicks, which ended with an awful record and about $24 million remaining on…

Read More

HEDGE accordingly