Originally Posted by NY Times
The Knicks made no trades Thursday but brought in a superstar to practice, one who always wanted to play for them. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, dressed in Knicks gear, was a striking presence in the team's huddle, and he said he hoped to work out a more definitive role with the Knicks. He could serve either as a consultant, helping to coach big men, or as a scout. Isiah Thomas, the Knicks' president of basketball operations, said that no decision had been made to give Abdul-Jabbar an official position, but that the Knicks would "talk to him and see if it makes sense to have him in our organization." "He wants to be in the game and we'll see if we can help him," Thomas said.
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i don't know what you guys think of this, but i think kareem would be a wonderfull assistant coach. plus sweetney will have lots to learn from him.. all in his bennefits