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Craig Robinson Is Reportedly Joining the Knicks' Front Office

09 August 2017, 12:18 | Floyd Cook

Craig Robinson during his tenure coaching Oregon State in 2014. More

Craig Robinson during his tenure coaching Oregon State in 2014

According to a Monday morning report from Shams Charania of Yahoo!

President Obama's brother-in-law has found a new gig in the Big Apple.in the front office of the New York Knicks.

He is expected to serve in a variety of capacities, including player development and as part of the group running the Westchester Knicks of the National Basketball Association G-League, whose general manager is Allan Houston. Sports' The Vertical, the Knicks have hired Craig Robinson, the brother-in-law of Barack Obama.

The Knicks are still shuffling around roles in the front office since parting ways with Phil Jackson.


Robinson had worked in a similar role with the Milwaukee Bucks organization in 2016, where he dealt with both player and organizational development issues.

Robinson and Mills were teammates at Princeton, where they played for the legendary Pete Carril. In 2006, he became the head coach at Brown, and he then took the same job at Oregon State two years later. Robinson has coaching and executive experience on the college and professional levels. Steve Mills is the team's new president and Scott Perry is the general manager. He was a vice president with the Milwaukee Bucks past year season.

Gone are the days of the big splash or bust New York Knicks.



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