Bleacher's Ding almost rings the bell, but I learned you don't change the spot on a leopard with Michael Graham in my CBA daze.
— Phil Jackson (@PhilJackson11) February 7, 2017
Two days after the initial tweet, Jackson followed it up with what seems to be a peace offering to the nine-time All-Star forward. He also claimed that his prior tweet was misunderstood by many, which should not have been the case.
So after starting a 🔥storm with a misunderstood tweet, I offer this✌🏻our society is torn with discord. I'm against it. Let It Be
— Phil Jackson (@PhilJackson11) February 9, 2017
Although the tweet won’t mend any bridges in the immediate future, it’s still a step in the right direction for a possible reconciliation in the future.
With only two weeks left before the trade deadline, it still remains unclear where Anthony will play after February 23rd.