In a new interview with Dan Patrick, the former NBA star had choices words for Jackson, the Chicago Bulls, and Michael Jordan.
Just like last week, The Fumble's hosts Chris Clarke (@CK2K) and Jackie Rae (@JRaeTheFanatic) return to discuss all of the sports tea we learned from the fantastic documentary that highlights the 1998 Chicago Bulls run to their final championship.
The New York Knicks have blessed their fans with a good morning as it was announced they will be parting ways with team president Phil Jackson.
Last night (June 6) in New York City, NBA legends Shaquille O’Neal and Phil Jackson sat down for a candid talk about all things life and basketball. The conversation was part of American Express’ Teamed Up series and did not disappoint with Jackson mention Shaq coming to practice nude and the Hall of Fame center noting […]
The NBA’s most winnest coach of all-time is far removed from his playing days but he still knows a few things about taking shots.
The entire basketball community in NYC is hoping Derek Fisher can restore some integrity to the struggle that has become the New York Knicks. As is his former coach and new boss Phil Jackson.
“The connection between basketball and rap is so deep.” That, ladies and gents was spoken by none other than the legendary Phil Jackson. There’s no need for us over at Hip-Hop Wired to dispute the validity of such a quote because we know that all to be too true, 25x over.
Over the years, getting legendary NBA head coach Phil Jackson to compare Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant was damn near impossible. But in Jackson’s forthcoming new book, a memoir titled Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success, he does just that. Basically, it seems like the Zen Master gives the edge to Air Jordan.