Zen and the Art of Triangle Maintenance

Hi! Jim here. It’s been a while. I once had a life and no kids. Now I have a kid and no life. Funny how that works.

Anyway, I’ll hopefully be back up around these parts for semi-regular recaps and whatnot. In the meantime, Mike said I should be linking out to Knicks-related stuff I’m writing for other sites.

So here’s something I wrote for The Cauldron (which you should definitely follow) about Phil Jackson teaching the Knicks the triangle. I’ll let you decide if it actually happened or not.

Here’s the link. And here’s The Cauldron again.

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Jim Cavan

Beyond his KnickerBlogger roots, Jim's work has appeared at ESPN.com, Grantland, The Classical, and the New York Times. He is currently working on a biography of Robert Silverman, entitled "Clownin' and Astoundin.'" Follow him on Twitter @JPCavan.

2 thoughts to “Zen and the Art of Triangle Maintenance”

  1. Hey Gim! Ditch the kid. We need you back.

  2. Congratulations on becoming a father, Jim! It gets so much better once you can actually trust the kid not to kill themselves when not watched.

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