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    Default Pippin says Phil Jackson is to BLAME .. on JUMP

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    Today on .. The Jump Scottie Pippen said that Phil Jackson is the main problem with the Knicks and he should go before Melo does.

    And everyone wondered why each Knicks season under Phil, I graded Phil a big "F" for FAILURE!
    Giving Melo that ridiculous huge contract showed how irresponsible Phil would become as the Knicks president.
    The season before Phil took over the Knicks won 37 games .. plus Melo were determine to sign with another team. I have to agree with Scottie Pippin !!!

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    Originally Posted by mafra ....

    Hall of Famer Scottie Pippen believes Phil Jackson is to blame for the Knicks' awful season. The former Chicago Bull also offered his support for Carmelo Anthony, and said he thinks it's time for Jackson to move on from the Knicks.

    "To be honest with you, I'm going to have to go at my old coach Phil Jackson," Pippen told ESPN's "The Jump." "I think he just hasn't put the right pieces on the floor. I give a lot of credit to Carmelo who is being very professional in getting through these 82 game season. ... But this team just hasn't had it. They haven't had it since Phil Jackson landed there. There hasn't been any upside."

    When asked if Jackson should leave the Knicks, Pippen said "yes."

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    Scotty stating the obvious. You guys saw the ESPN article ranking PJ and Mills 29th worst GMs in the league. Only guy they beat out was Divac another guy like PJ that had zip experience as a GM and who traded Kuz for peanuts.

    Same ESPN panel that ranked front offices also ranked Horn the 29th worst coach beating out Hoiberg of the Bulls. Not impressed with him as a coach, so I agree with ESPN.

    PJ still has that opt out after this season, maybe he considers leaving and the next guy fires Horn in a house cleaning.

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    FRANCHISE RATING
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    President: Gregg Popovich
    GM: R.C. Buford 9.65
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    President: Danny Ainge 8.54
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    GM: David Griffin 8.07
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    President: Masai Ujiri
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    President: Pat Riley
    GM: Andy Elisburg 7.57
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    GM: Dennis Lindsey 7.30
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    GM: Sam Presti 7.15
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    GM: Donnie Nelson 6.43
    11 Milwaukee Bucks
    GM: John Hammond 6.15
    12 Memphis Grizzlies
    GM: Chris Wallace
    VP: John Hollinger 6.11
    13 Portland Trail Blazers
    President: Neil Olshey 5.96
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    President: Larry Bird
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    18 Minnesota Timberwolves
    President: Tom Thibodeau
    GM: Scott Layden 5.63
    19 Detroit Pistons
    President: Stan Van Gundy
    GM: Jeff Bower 5.04
    20 Charlotte Hornets
    GM: Rich Cho 5.00
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    President: Bryan Colangelo 4.67
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    President: Doc Rivers 4.50
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    GM: Sean Marks 4.33
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    GM: Dell Demps 4.04
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    GM: Ryan McDonough 4.00
    26 Los Angeles Lakers
    President: Magic Johnson
    GM: Rob Pelinka 3.85
    27 Chicago Bulls
    VP: John Paxson
    GM: Gar Forman 3.09
    28 Orlando Magic
    GM: Rob Hennigan 2.87
    29 New York Knicks
    President: Phil Jackson
    GM: Steve Mills 1.96
    30 Sacramento Kings
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    Gregg Popovich
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    5 Rick Carlisle
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    Memphis Grizzlies 6.36
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    T-14 Billy Donovan
    Oklahoma City Thunder 6.31
    T-14 Terry Stotts
    Portland Trail Blazers 6.31
    T-14 Michael Malone
    Denver Nuggets 6.31
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    Charlotte Hornets 6.20
    18 Stan Van Gundy
    Detroit Pistons 6.18
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    LA Clippers 6.07
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    Milwaukee Bucks 5.69
    21 Brett Brown
    Philadelphia 76ers 5.67
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    27 Earl Watson
    Phoenix Suns 4.16
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    And when owner rankings are posted.... we'll hit the trifecta!

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    Well, nowhere to go but up.

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    Another PJax boner:

    Ricky Rubio got hot early and scored 20 of his career-high 33 points in the first half on Thursday, finishing with five rebounds, 10 assists, two steals and four 3-pointers on 12-of-20 shooting.

    "He's got a lot of confidence in his shot right now," coach Tom Thibodeau said prior to the game. His confidence level got another boost tonight and after a sluggish start to the season, is now one of the most exciting players in the NBA from day to day.

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    Mafra's trifecta. Knicks worst franchise.

    RANK FRANCHISE OVERALL
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    2 Golden State Warriors 8.97
    3 Boston Celtics 8.56
    4 Houston Rockets 8.23
    5 Miami Heat 7.93
    6 Cleveland Cavaliers 7.57
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    26 Phoenix Suns 3.92
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    28 Chicago Bulls 3.71
    29 Sacramento Kings 2.69
    30 New York Knicks 2.20

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiyaman View Post
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    Today on .. The Jump Scottie Pippen said that Phil Jackson is the main problem with the Knicks and he should go before Melo does.

    And everyone wondered why each Knicks season under Phil, I graded Phil a big "F" for FAILURE!
    Giving Melo that ridiculous huge contract showed how irresponsible Phil would become as the Knicks president.
    The season before Phil took over the Knicks won 37 games .. plus Melo were determine to sign with another team. I have to agree with Scottie Pippin !!!
    i don't know, man. i think trading away shump and JR for NOTHING, and trading for defensive-liability (to put it mildly) calderon, were far worse moves than re-signing melo.
    but yeah, phil should go. and take rambis with him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mafra View Post
    Another PJax boner:

    Ricky Rubio got hot early and scored 20 of his career-high 33 points in the first half on Thursday, finishing with five rebounds, 10 assists, two steals and four 3-pointers on 12-of-20 shooting.

    "He's got a lot of confidence in his shot right now," coach Tom Thibodeau said prior to the game. His confidence level got another boost tonight and after a sluggish start to the season, is now one of the most exciting players in the NBA from day to day.

    Rubio level 3 PG performance improve to a level 1-performance over night just like Raptors PG Lowry after both were threaten to be traded to the famous playmaker Iso-Melo Knicks LMAO

    Mike & Mike show went on n on today arguing about Phil Jackson vs players are the blame for the Knicks tanking season .. the fact of Phil changing the roster n head-coach each season won the majority of the blame unanimously .. the players not succeeding in the triangle-offense in 3 seasons under 3 differ head-coaches were not strong enough to put the players at blame when Phil Jackson selected the players and coaches on the roster .. All of Melo's poor leadership on the court blame goes to Phil Jackson for resigning Melo to a $124M contract for 5 yrs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by and1 View Post
    i don't know, man. i think trading away shump and JR for NOTHING, and trading for defensive-liability (to put it mildly) calderon, were far worse moves than re-signing melo.
    but yeah, phil should go. and take rambis with him.

    If Phil had no intention on resigning Melo .. then Tyson/Felton/Shump/and maybe JR would have played out their Knicks contract as Knicks. Melo's performance has been a distraction to the performance of all his teammates .. the reason why the Knicks average adding 9 new players to the roster each season since Melo arrived in NY.
    Melo had no chemistry with any of the 100 Knicks teammates!!!

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    very perceptive scottie... what's your next comment??? Hilary wears pant suits, or the Donald has a comb over... go the fuk back from where u came

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