Friday's Knicks Links: Melo puts pressure on Jackson to win now
It’s getting harder for Carmelo Anthony to keep his faith. The questions aren’t being answered. The concerns aren’t alleviated.
When Phil Jackson was coaching he had this habit of sitting back with his legs crossed while coaches ranted and raved along the sidelines.
Phil Jackson ambled to the podium and assumed his familiar defensive stance on the triangle, with some added shots directed at the media.
The NBA playoffs start this weekend, and there’s no shortage of story lines worth following. Here’s a list of 10 to get you started:
The excellence of the Golden State Warriors’ 73 wins was embodied by the record-shattering performance of their star, Curry.
Breanna Stewart led a University of Connecticut sweep of the first three picks in the W.N.B.A. draft, going first over all to the Seattle Storm.
Karl, 33-49 in his first full season with Sacramento, could not improve the team’s defense and clashed with the star center DeMarcus Cousins.
Breanna Stewart, Moriah Jefferson and Morgan Tuck had historic careers at UConn. The trio made more history Thursday night in the WNBA as the top three picks in the draft.
After finishing exit interviews with the last of the Knicks, Jackson faced reporters, who had plenty of questions, including who the next coach will be.
The Golden State Warriors don’t want a record without a championship.