Kurt Rambis Blames Derek Fisher For Knicks' Terrible Triangle Offense
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Kurt Rambis Blames Derek Fisher For Knicks’ Terrible Triangle Offense

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Although it’s unclear whether or not Kurt Rambis will end up as permanent head coach of the New York Knicks, he’s certainly throwing shade at the former coach in the meantime.

Rambis said of Derek Fisher, via Al Iannazzone of Newsday:

“If you want to learn something and truly learn something, you have to immerse yourself in it. We didn’t fully immerse ourselves into practicing it, developing it, learning how to work with it… The real learning process of it didn’t have enough time to take place.”

There also seemed to be some confusion on just how they were going to run the triangle:

“Well, we looked to do things out of a one-guard front as well as a two-guard front. So we’re constantly wavering, going back and forth.”

RELATED: Derek Fisher Rips Phil Jackson As Ineffective Knicks President

Phil Jackson is reportedly leaning towards making Rambis head coach next season, however he’s in the midst of his own rumors about wanting to leave New York for a return to the Lakers.

The Knicks will certainly have an interesting offseason.

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