Knicks owner James Dolan is making another attempt to right the ship of the franchise he owns. Despite no official announcement besides for a press conference at 11:00 a.m. Eastern from Madison Square Garden on Tuesday, Phil Jackson is making his long awaited return to the franchise he started his career with. Jackson played with the Knickerbockers from 1967-to-1978, winning two NBA Championships. He went on to win another six championships as the Bulls coach and five on the bench with the Lakers. Jackson has never run a front office and it isn't yet known what his title will be. Other big name hires Dolan has made that have flamed out include Donnie Walsh, Isiah Thomas, Larry Brown and Lenny Wilkens. The Knicks are in the midst of a disappointing 27-and-40 season after winning 54 games in 2013.