It's been a season to forget for the
In a letter and video message obtained by ESPN that was sent to season-ticket holders Monday, Jackson argued the Knicks are in position to grow stronger in the years ahead.
"We have made key roster moves to free up significant cap space that will provide us greater flexibility to acquire talent in this summer's free agency," Jackson said. "And for the first time in many years, we expect to have a top pick in the
"These are key steps to building a roster of players that have both the talent and character to win in New York and who, alongside
The Knicks have the
Jackson is in the second year of a five-year, $60-million deal with the franchise. Trying to turn around a struggling team has been a challenge for Jackson, who won 11 NBA titles as a coach, including five with the Lakers.