Spike Lee picks side in Carmelo Anthony vs. Phil Jackson saga

Spike Lee has chosen not to hate the player in the apparent feud among New York Knicks powers.The film director/Knicks superfan has backed Carmelo Anthony over Phil Jackson the ongoing drama between the team’s star player and president of basketball operations. Lee told ESPN’s Steve Zeng on Wednesday he’d prefer Jackson leave the organization than Anthony.“I’ll pack Phil’s...
Via NESN.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Spike Lee picks a side in the Carmelo Anthony vs. Phil Jackson drama

Many have wondered where New York Knicks superfan and constant sideline presence Spike Lee stands when it comes to the beef between Carmelo Anthony and Phil Jackson. The wait is over. Ian Begley of ESPN.com spoke with Lee about the situation and it is an eyebrow-raising statement: “I’ll pack Phil’s bags for him,” Lee said. Boom. Anthony and Jackson have come to odds as of...
Via The Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Spike Lee: Knicks should keep Carmelo Anthony, boot Phil Jackson

Knicks super fan Spike Lee has some advice for his favorite team: Keep Carmelo Anthony, fire Phil Jackson. Enough is enough, according to the most famous Knicks fan of all. Celebrity fan and film director Spike Lee--a regular in court-side seats at Knicks games for decades--is fed up with the state of his team, controversy at Madison Square...
Via NJ.com
3 days ago

One Knicks’ superfan has had enough of Phil Jackson

Spike Lee has seen enough of Phil Jackson, and that was before Charles Oakley was ejected from the Garden during Wednesday’s game against the Clippers. “I’ll pack Phil’s bag for him,” Lee, a mega Knicks fan, said to ESPN’s Steve Zeng. It seems Lee had taken offense to Jackson’s antics aimed at star forward Carmelo...
Via New York Post
3 days ago

WATCH: Spike Lee, Chris Rock celebrate Kristaps Porzingis’ sick dunk

It’s no secret that Spike Lee has always been a Knicks superfan, and Chris Rock attends a good number of games as well. The two are close friends, and sat courtside for plenty of games, so when Kristaps Porzingis threw down the hammer on Wednesday night, they were pretty excited about it. The Knicks actually did a thing that was good, as Derrick Rose and Porizngis ran a pick-and...
Via The Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

A look back at 10 of the best-looking World Series

A look back at 10 of the best-looking World Series, plus a look back at some of the fashion that accompanied those uniforms as well.
October 25, 2016  |  Discuss

Spike Lee managed to attend Knicks’ Derrick Rose press conference

For your average fan, introductory press conferences are generally something you catch on TV or stream online. You also have the option of following the quotes on Twitter and, in some markets, listening on on the team’s flagship radio station. There’s no chance you get to attend one and meet the player being introduced, though. Of course, Spike Lee is not your average fan. The...
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 24, 2016  |  Discuss

Spike Lee working on ’30 for 30′ about Missouri football protests?

Academy Award-nominated director and screenwriter Spike Lee is working on an ESPN “30 for 30” documentary about the Missouri Tigers football team protests that rocked the campus this past season, according to IndieWire. The report was born out of Lee’s presence at the True/False Film Festival, held annually in Columbia, specifically in Lee taking in the 30-minute documentary...
Via Campus Sports Net
March 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Kobe to Spike Lee: Knicks run square, not triangle offense

The Los Angeles Lakers lost to the New York Knicks 99-95 on Sunday, but the defeat didn’t keep Kobe Bryant from having some fun with the MSG crowd. In fact, he was captured on video talking some trash to none other than Spike Lee. At one point Kobe threw a great zinger at Spike, telling him the Knicks were running a square offense rather than the triangle system preferred by team...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Phil Jackson ticked off by Adam Silver's Triangle Offense statement

Phil Jackson has an issue with just about everyone these days. The New York Knicks president is trying to rebuild that once-proud franchise as the team president. The early results are mixed, but Jackson’s vaunted triangle offense has been a hot-button topic. NBA commissioner Adam Silver recently gave his thoughts on the Knicks’ progress, specifically as it pertains to the...
Via NESN.com
November 11, 2014  |  Discuss

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