The Knicks Have Fired Phil Jackson With Knicks 500-1 Long Shot to Win Title

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Jun/28/2017

Firing Phil Jackson doesn't fix all of the Knicks' problems—but it's a good start, suggests SI.com.  The NBA has moved on from the Zen Master. Unfortunately for New York, it took them three years to figure it out.

The Knicks currently have the 6th least likely chance of winning a Championship in 2018 at 500/1.

“After careful though and consideration, we mutually agreed that the Knicks will be going in a different ,” said Knicks owner James Dolan early Wednesday.

Below, Mike and Mike discuss the decision to oust Jackson.



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