NBA: Jackson has control of the Knicks and plenty to do
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He doesn’t know how much day-to-day work he would handle. After five knee and hip surgeries, Jackson is "not easily able to move around" on commercial airlines or scout at small gyms.
That ruled out coaching, the job that Knicks would have loved him to do. But the work needed from the front office might ultimately be more important.
"Now to come back to where I’ve started in basketball, it’s a great feeling," Jackson said.
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