The New York Knicks recently let go of President Phil Jackson, who pushed the "Triangle Offense" during his time at the organization. Team owner James Dolan issued a statement about the firing of Jackson, saying, "After careful thought and consideration, we mutually agreed that the Knicks will be going in a different direction. Phil Jackson is one of the most celebrated and successful individuals in the history of the NBA. His legacy in the game of basketball is unmatched. We wish him the best and thank him for his service to the Knicks as both a player and an executive."
During his time with the Knicks, Jackson provided about 1200 days of his service to the organization and was awarded $60 million for it. That comes out to about $50,000 per day. While Knicks fans may be rejoicing at the reality of Jackson being gone, many are left to wonder: what's next?