Coaching, playing for Knicks isn't for everybody: Mark Jackson
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jun 4, 2014
Mark Jackson admitted on Wednesday that "everybody's not made for New York City" in relation to working for or coaching the Knicks. Jackson has not been contacted by Knicks president Phil Jackson to interview for the team's head coaching vacancy. Fisher has no connection to New York or the Knicks other than having played under Jackson. When asked during ABC's NBA finals conference call if it takes a unique person to work and be successful in New York, Jackson said :"As a kid that grew up in New York City, a fan of the Knicks , everybody's not made for New York City. "I remember as a kid watching very good to great players play other places, be traded to the Knicks and not be the same type player. Kerr was concerned about working for Garden Chairman James Dolan as well as moving away from his family, which resides in San Diego.
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