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Spike Lee Rubs Phil Jackson's New Knicks Job In Our Faces

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As many Lakers fans lament the departure of Phil Jackson to New York to run the Knicks, Spike Lee wants to make sure that things are looking up in Gotham now that the Zen Master is in charge.

The diehard fan of the Knickerbockers posted a picture to his Instagram of him deep in conversation with Jackson along with a quote that may rile up some of the Lakers faithful:

I'm Pointing To The Roof Of Da World's Most Famous Arena Madison Square Garden,To Show New Orange And Blue President Phil Jackson Where The Next Championship Banner Should Hang.
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Well, we hope they're happy.