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The Brooklyn Nets are legitimate contenders to dethrone the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference – whether or not LeBron James wants to admit it – as Michael Scotto outlined in my latest column.
As for New York, the futures of Carmelo Anthony and Mike Woodson will be impacted heavily if the Knicks fail to reach the playoffs – a likely scenario.
With the Nets seemingly entrenched as the fifth seed and the Knicks on the brink of mathematical elimination, Scotto joined WFAN Sports Radio 660 AM and host Demetri Adrahtas. We discussed Brooklyn’s playoffs chances and the team’s x-factors, along with a blueprint for Phil Jackson to fix the Knicks and what to do with Carmelo Anthony.
We are locked and loaded for Diehard Sports Radio & its core show tonight in which we will react to the unpredictable outcomes of the 2014 NFL free agency season, Phil Jackson and his possible defection from the Los Angeles Lakers to the New York Knicks, where his professional playing career began. We will also continue to preview the upcoming 2014 Major League Baseball season with our division previews focusing on the American League & National League Central divisions plus much, much more. This is must-hear radio at its best and courtesy of Diehard Sports Radio.
If Phil Jackson takes over the New York Knicks, he'll have a tough job on his hands. He'll have to rebuild in free agency in 2015, because the Knicks have traded away their 2014 and 2016 first-round picks and their second-round picks in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. Plus Raymond Felton will still be under contract in 2015, ad will JR Smith.
Oh, and first he'll have to convince Carmelo Anthony to stay.
Plenty of talk on that, plus other subjects including an age limit of 20, and what it takes to have the longevity of a Dirk Nowitzki, a Karl Malone or a John Stockton, and more -- all in this podcast with 1280thezone in Salt Lake City.
Today's Lunch With Phil Show will be co-hosted by Philip Zelinger and Scott Davis, The President and Founding Partner of ProblemSolutionHQ, an incubator company focused on developing next generation Software As A Service for business.
Philip Zelinger, the President of Ad Agency Online,LLC, is the CMO and Contributing Partner of ProblemSolutionHQ responsible for finding new projects and ongoing marketing along with Peter Sperry, the CTO and Partner responsible for product software development. Today's show will focus on Software As A Service for new business and the role it will play for the next generation of hopeful entrepreneurs.
Diehard Sports Radio is proud to present its core show in which we'll look at & react to Steve Kerr and his spurning of Phil Jackson & the New York Knicks to take the Golden State Warriors head coaching position. We'll also examine the 2014 NFL Draft, the NBA Playoffs, Shelly Sterling and her declaration that she will continue to own the Los Angeles Clippers and much, much more. This is must hear radio at its best.
Today's Lunch With Phil show will focus on the priority that auto dealers should place on promoting service and parts over vehicle sales.
Philip Zelinger, the President of Ad Agency Online, LLC and host of the show, will share his recent experiences while exhibiting for Driving Loyalty and CallRevu at The 9th Annual Chrysler Southeast Southwest & Midwest Service & Parts Business Conference that was recently held in Orlando Florida. His conversations with various Chrysler Executives confirmed his philosophy that service should be prioritized over sales which represents a shift in focus for many old school auto dealers. This shared position was expressed in an article that Scott Davis, the President of Driving Loyalty,contributed to the magazine distributed at the conference titled "Which Came First, the Chicken, (Sales), or the Egg, (Service)?"
According to Philip, Driving Loyalty is uniquely qualified to address the subjects addressed at the conference. Their automated database marketing platform is powered by proprietary software and algorithms that have proven successful for over 200 auto dealers. Their solution includes targeted email, direct mail, PURL’s, an outbound call center and a newly introduced social marketing initiative.
About Driving Loyalty, LLC.: Driving Loyalty started as a family owned operation but several industry savvy investor partners have joined the company supporting their expansion and shift to the more comprehensive solution they currently provide. Driving Loyalty has been selected as “One of The Top Ten Companies To Watch” by AutoSuccess magazine for three years in a row.
What is Phil Jackson trying to accomplish by playing a game of chicken with Carmelo Anthony? Maybe, just maybe, he is trying to run him out of New York.
The new Knicks president had a lot to say about Carmelo in a meeting with reporters on Wednesday, and the most telling thing he said was that he hoped Anthony would stay true to his word and accept less than max money when the sides sit down to discuss a new contract after Anthony plunges into unrestricted free agency on July 1.
Anthony did indeed say he'd take less than the max if it would help the Knicks become a true championship contending team. But Anthony said it only once, at the All-Star break, and Anthony sometimes says things he doesn't really mean.
I would argue that this is one of those times.
Think about it ... Jackson has just given Rockets president Daryl Morey all the ammunition he needs to make the perfect pitch to Anthony, something that might sound like this: "Look, 'Melo, the Knicks aren't even willing to drop max money on you, and we are.
"Furthermore, the Knicks can't make you any guarantees about who will be playing alongside you a year from now, when they can finally go free agent shopping. In the meantime, you have to sit and wait and hope for the best while enduring another so-so season. We, on the other hand, can assure you that you'll be playing alongside James Harden and Dwight Howard immediately. So do you want to compete now? Or do you want wait another year and hope for the best from a team that is trying to make you take less than what you're worth?"
More on the 'Melo-Jackson, dynamic plus a look at several playoff series, in this interview with Xtra Sports 1360 in San Diego.
Scott and Mike have a full plate Sunday afternoon. Among other things we will talk about Selection Sunday, the return of Phil Jackson, and the latest in NFL Free Agency. You can catch it all at 3pm ET on www.blogtalkradio.com/sportsweeklive.
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