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Getting an old-school Lourd de Veyra to talk about the new-look Ginebra

WE are going to finally get a peek at the new-look Ginebra squad. And boy, the schedule crafters of the Philippine Basketball Association sure did not wait to amp up the drama on this one, sending the Kings and their infancy-stage knowledge of the Triangle Offense straight into Star’s path for an early Manila Clasico. 511 more words

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Run and Gun offense: Is it still effective for Ginebra.?

The Run and Gun offense has always been the offensive format of Ginebra. Since the time of Jawo and the glory days of the Toyota franchise, this configuration has brought numerous championship for Ginebra. 965 more words

Mysteries of The Triangle

The New York Times recently put out an immersive and detailed article from Nicholas Dawidoff, about his deep dive into the Triangle offense.

First off, read it. 590 more words

Why the New York Times Is a Great Newspaper (Phil Jackson Triangle Offense Edition)

The New York Times Sunday sports section is topped by this Nicholas Dawidoff piece¬†about the origins of the triangle offense that Phil Jackson rode to 11 NBA championships but that the current New York Knicks just can’t get. 51 more words

Is the Triangle Offense Outdated?

With the NBA draft in the rearview mirror, it’s time for the New York Knicks to turn to the free agency market. The Knicks will have over $20¬†million to spend in free agency. 926 more words


Deep Reads: "The Obtuse Triangle" - A great New York Times profile of Tex Winter and his Triangle Offense

For basketball fans and sports historians, the following read is worth your time. On Tuesday, the New York Times published a lengthy profile, written by Nicholas Dawidoff, about Basketball Hall of Famer, Tex Winter, and his beloved baby, “The Triple-Post Offense.” The Triple-Post became better known in the 1990s as the “Triangle Offense” that helped the Phil Jackson and Winter win a combined 11 NBA titles with the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers. 159 more words


NBA draft prospects are not afraid of the Triangle Offense

NEW YORK — For Knicks fans it meant a source of frustration, for Phil Jackson it was a hot button issue and for Knicks players it was a topic to avoid talking publicly about last season. 398 more words