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As history shows, a happy ending for Phil Jackson with Knicks i…

As history shows, a happy ending for Phil Jackson with Knicks is unlikely  

nydailynews.com Updated 18 hours ago
There were so many great lines from the late great Elmore Leonard, from all his books. But maybe his best last line came from “Get Shorty,” when Chili Palmer says, “Endings, man, they weren’t as easy as they looked.”
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