Knicks hire Kurt Rambis as associate head coach
NEW YORK (AP) The New York Knicks have hired Kurt Rambis as associate head coach, reuniting him with former teammate and head coach Derek Fisher. Knicks president Phil Jackson made the
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the organization and its fans for ''creating a distraction.'' NEW YORK (AP) - The New York Knicks have hired Kurt Rambis as associate head coach, reuniting him with former Laker and head coach Derek Fisher. Fisher played 10 seasons for
Reports: Lakers offer head coaching position to Byron Scott
to find a replacement for Mike D’Antoni, who resigned in April. The list of contenders included Mike Dunleavy, Kurt Rambis , Alvin Gentry and Lionel Hollins. Los Angeles interviewed Byron Scott a total of three times for the job, and Scott
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go to the Knicks and work for president Phil Jackson. Fisher played for Jackson when the two were with the Lakers. Kurt Rambis is also rumored to be a candidate. Fisher denied he had been contacted about the Knicks job back in April. Clipper
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but I know that Phil Jackson thinks highly of him if if Golden State is somehow can't get out. He'll be available Kurt Rambis is an and it's been tossed out look. Phil Jackson wants around the triangle offense he's probably gonna want toif if Golden State is somehow can't get out. He'll be available Kurt Rambis is an and it's been tossed out -- look. Phil Jackson wants around the triangle offense he's probably gonna want to also
Looking back and grading the Wolves' 2011 draft
finished the previous season with a dismal 17 wins, just two more than their previous total, and Kahn fired coach Kurt Rambis as a result. Minnesota didn't glean as many draft picks as it had in recent drafts but did have a pair of first
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Former Memphis Grizzlies head coach Lionel Hollins, Current Clippers assistant Alvin Gentry, Lakers assistant Kurt Rambis , veteran NBA head coach George Karl, former coach Mike Dunleavy and former Lakers guard Byron Scott are among those
Who might Phil Jackson want as his first Knicks coach?
sources have told FOX Sports. Here are five more candidates who could be among the favorites on Jackson's list: KURT RAMBIS The former Los Angeles Lakers Showtime-era forward assisted Jackson for three of Jackson's five titles in LA. Rambis
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possibilities is long and might include names such as Kevin Ollie, Mark Jackson, Jeff Van Gundy, Stan Van Gundy, Kurt Rambis , Byron Scott, Roy Williams, John Calipari, Mike Krzyzewski, Mike Dunleavy, Billy Donovan, Lionel Hollins, Ettore
Roy Hibbert hates goggles
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