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Phil Jackson on Vacation During the Knicks Coaching Search Means He Probably Has Somebody in Mind

Phil Jackson and the Knicks were a bad marriage from the start: They were desperate for a return to the glory years of the 90s, when the franchise mattered; he was the once-great Zen Master with 11 Championship rings. 268 more words

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Schmeelk: Knicks Will Have Chance To Upgrade If Afflalo Opts Out

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When Arron Afflalo was sent to the bench by Kurt Rambis, it appeared to seal his decision to opt out of his contract this upcoming offseason. 1,166 more words

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Knicks Coach Kurt Rambis Made It Seem Like Arron Afflalo's Demotion Might Help Him

Ever been demoted at work? Or had your responsibilities reduced despite solid numbers and positive reviews? There’s no other way to take it as a knock on your abilities and you have a reason to be upset, as it hurts your potential future earnings. 179 more words

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'This Sh*t Won't Be Forgotten': Did Arron Afflalo Passive-Aggressively Post About The Knicks On Instagram?

Arron Afflalo has mastered the passive-aggressive ellipses.

Within five years, all major publications will have subtweeting analysts, whose entire professional purpose will be to interpret tweets and Instagram posts — like the above one from Arron Afflalo — for the rest of us who aren’t fluent in subtweet. 401 more words

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The Donut Hustle & Kendrick 'Lamar' Duckworth

I recently stumbled across a very cool and interesting, but slightly old article on Derek Jeter’s website, The Players’ Tribune. In this autobiographical piece, Arron Afflalo, a current NBA basketball player writes an awesome story about growing up in Compton and how he came up with his own way to make money which helped him stay away from gangs, drugs, etc.   548 more words

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Arron Afflalo Savagely Embarassed Kentavious Caldwell-Pope With This Crossover

It’s been a rough few weeks for the Knicks, but that doesn’t mean they can’t still embarrass the hell out of you. Check out Arron Afflalo, crossing up Detroit’s Kentavious Caldwell-Pope so hard the Piston fell to the floor. 40 more words

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Schmeelk: It’s February, And The Knicks' Problems Haven’t Changed

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Coming into the season, the Knicks’ issues were anything if not predictable. Going back to my season preview, the Knicks have held to form when it comes to what is holding them back when they lose games this year. 736 more words

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