Phil Jackson not a fan of 3-point-shooting playoff teams

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You would think Chief Triangle would be in favor of anything that has to do with “three.”

Not so.

Knicks president Phil Jackson took to Twitter on Sunday to criticize the remaining NBA playoff teams that rely heavily on three-pointers, namely the Rockets, Hawks and Warriors. All three teams trail in their respective series.

The former Bulls coach might still be sore over his team’s performance in the regular season. The Knicks were the worst in the league at defending the three, allowing teams to shoot .380 from long distance.

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