Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

LeBron Takes Last Shot at Jackson

Newspaper article The Record (Bergen County, NJ)

LeBron Takes Last Shot at Jackson

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NEW YORK — LeBron James had 23 points and nearly a triple-double, but he got one last shot in - at Phil Jackson - after the game.

Asked about the Knicks, he complimented coach Jeff Hornacek and took aim one more time at Jackson.

"They're playing some good basketball," James said. "I think Jeff, the coach, Jeff Hornacek is finally, with the release of the old fella, he's finally allowed to implement what he wants to do on the team and he's showing it's very effective."

Joakim Noah went from ineligible to inactive.

After serving the remaining 12 games of his 20-game PED suspension to start the season, Noah was added to the Knicks roster for Monday's game. But he was inactive as the Knicks said that they will slowly bring him back into the rotation - if he earns the playing time.

"We're going to kind of work him back slowly," Knicks' coach Jeff Hornacek said. …

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