Knicks Rumors: Dennis Rodman volunteers to coach after Fisher firing

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NBA’s Bad Boy, Dennis Rodman took it to twitter and directly messaged his former coach, Phil Jackson to coach the struggling New York Knicks.

In just hours from the firing of Derek Fisher as the head coach of the Knicks, chaos has been running everywhere and Rodman just added fuel to that fire.

Rodman, who has been a member of the 72-10 ’96 Bulls, had been one of the cornerstones for the second Bulls 3-peat. Running that team was Phil Jackson, who had implemented the deadly triangle offense that won him 11 NBA Championships – 6 from the Bulls and 5 from the Lakers.

Known as the Zen Master, Phil Jackson would probably ignore this and let this be just a circus act that people loved to make fun off.

But come to think of it, Dennis Rodman was very significant in running Phil Jackson’s triangle offense.

For now, the Knicks has Kurt Rambis as interim coach and have been rumored to bring in Brian Shaw or Luke Walton to take over the team pretty much soon.

Lately, Rodman slammed players who are struggling with the triangle offense that it only took him 15 minutes to learn it when he came to Chicago.

The jokes are out on Rodman’s choice to submit his resume to coach the Knicks but who knows, he might be able to do it well.

Your move, Phil Jackson!

Feature photo from SportingNews.com

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