Knicks hire Craig Robinson, brother-in-law of Barack Obama, for front-office position

Lucy Bush
August 9, 2017

News of Robinson's hiring by the Knicks was first reported by Shams Charania of The Vertical, but the initial reaction has been quick to try and find Obama a job in the franchise as well.

League sources told The Vertical that Robinson's role with the Knicks will include player development and he'll serve as general manager of the Knicks' development G League team, the Westchester Kicks.

Bruce Willis is back in action - and Eli Roth directs him
Vincent D'Onofrio, Dean Norris , Mike Epps , Elisabeth Shue and Camila Morrone are also among the cast. The fun is watching him go insane and watching someone slowly move the moral goal post".

Robinson is expected to work in player development.

He comes to the Knicks from the Milwaukee Bucks, where he was hired in 2015 to be vice president of player and organizational development.

White Sox 2B Moncada hurts knee in outfield collision
Moncada was helped onto a cart and taken off the field while Garcia walked back on his own power to the White Sox dugout. Davidson followed with another base hit into centre, and then was mobbed by his teammates as he ran around the infield.

Robinson was a head coach at Brown from 2006-08 and Oregon State from 2008-14.

When Jackson took over in NY, he made only one significant addition to the front office, bringing in Clarence Gaines Jr. Owner James Dolan began the process by parting ways with team president Phil Jackson, and recently promoted president Steve Mills has built upon that decision.

VPN Services On Apple's Chinese App Store Removed
China is tightening its control on internet access in the country, and Apple is going along with it. Apple's growth in smartphones is highly linked to the Chinese market.

Robinson and Mills were teammates at Princeton, where they played for legendary coach Pete Carril. He was a vice president with the Milwaukee Bucks past year season. Robinson has coaching and executive experience on the college and professional levels.

Other reports by Info About Network

Discuss This Article

FOLLOW OUR NEWSPAPER