by TD Staff ReporterMarch 18, 2014
The Star-Ledger-USA TODAY Sports
Phil Jackson has agreed on a deal to become the New York Knicks Team President for the next 5 years. Sources told ESPN.com last week that he will receive $12 million annually.
quote:Phil Jackson and team general manager Steve Mills will report directly to team owner James Dolan.
"There's no better place to win than New York City," said Jackson, who was officially announced as the team's president at a news conference Tuesday at Madison Square Garden.
"I can think of no better opportunity than the opportunities that I've had, three of the biggest cities and basketball franchises [in] Chicago, Los Angeles and now to come back where I started. It's a great feeling."
Filed Under: NBA
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