Knicks President Phil Jackson Rips Team’s Play On Twitter

Christian Datoc Senior White House Correspondent
Font Size:

To quote “The Bard” himself, something is rotten in the state of New York.

The 2014-2015 Knicks have floundered in the NBA’s less-than-competitive Eastern Conference, and a blowout loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday dropped the team’s record to an abysmal 10-45.

Somehow, the dysfunctional Knicks sit TWO GAMES BEHIND the Philadelphia 76ers — a team that is actively trying its best to lose games — and things have gotten so terrible in Madison Square Garden that even Phil Jackson is trash-talking the squad. (RELATED: WATCH These Former Knicks Players Embarrass Current Knicks Players With FILTHY Alley-Oop)

Jackson is widely recognized as one of the greatest coaches in NBA history and is currently serving as the president of the Knicks’ organization, so, needless to say, the not-so-cryptic Tweets he blasted out on Sunday night do not bode well for the team.

To be honest, Phil sounds a little crazy here, but based on the two NBA championships he won as a player and the eleven more he added as a coach, there’s definitely a method to madness.

Follow Datoc on Twitter