Now that the New York Knicks have parted ways with Phil Jackson, Kristaps Porzingis’s future with the organization appears secure.
Phil Jackson reportedly felt like Carmelo Anthony was trying to force him out as president of basketball operations for the New York Knicks, and one of the ways Jackson believed Anthony was trying to
New York Knicks center/forward Kristaps Porzingis is already a polarizing figure, but it’s not just because of what he’s been able to accomplish on the basketball court.
When Jeremy Schaap does a longform interview, you know you’re in for a treat. The veteran sports reporter knows how to tell a story.
If Phil Jackson wanted to know how New York Knicks fans feel about the possibility of Kristaps Porzingis being traded, he only needed to look at the massive yellow billboard outside Madison Square Ga
Phil Jackson’s willingness to trade Kristaps Porzingis seemingly has little to do with the former first-round pick’s game and everything to do with his attitude toward the team.
The Boston Celtics are reportedly trying to work out a deal with the New York Knicks involving Kristaps Porzingis, but the asking price may be too high.
If the New York Knicks don’t lower their asking price for Kristaps Porzingis, the 21-year-old is likely not going anywhere before the NBA Draft Thursday night.