Craig Robinson Is Reportedly Joining the Knicks' Front Office

Posted August 09, 2017

When Jackson took over in NY, he made only one significant addition to the front office, bringing in Clarence Gaines Jr.

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.

The news was first reported by Shams Charania of Yahoo!

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Barack Obama and Craig Robinson watch a game during the 2015 women's NCAA basketball tournament.

Robinson just so happens to also be the brother of former first lady Michelle Obama and therefore the brother-in-law of former president Barack Obama. Perry and Madkins were hired in the last month after Steve Mills was elevated from general manager to team president following Phil Jackson's dismissal from the role he held since March 2014.

Robinson played alongside Mills at the University of Princeton.

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

For the Bucks, Robinson joins John Hammond and Billy McKinney among the experienced executives to have departed the Bucks' front office this summer.

Robinson was head coach at Brown and Oregon State for a total of eight seasons, most recently in 2013-14.

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