Words matter. These are the best James L. Dolan Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Getting somebody like Phil Jackson to come in and build the team is sort of like getting Einstein to help you with your math homework.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a living New York team owner the fans like.
If you go to a Liberty game, they’re fun basketball games to go to. But I’ll be damned if I know how to get people to go to those games.
I think an owner needs to be present. When an owner is not present that’s when things tend to go awry.
All decisions at the Garden I make on my own.
Yeah, you will hear from people that my passion will sometimes result in a very effervescent or sometimes excitable senior executive.
I am not going to fire Glen Sather.
You have to let the team develop. You can’t say, ‘Oh, I got empty seats, I’m going to change the team.’ It just doesn’t work that way.
I don’t make my decisions by P.R. I make my decisions based on what I think is right or wrong.
I don’t worry about how I look.
There’s no game I come to where I say, ‘We can’t win this game.’ That’s important.
MSG Sphere London will provide a home where like-minded communities can come together to not only interact with the performance, but also with each other.
And it’s great to watch an underdog win.
I am by no means an expert in basketball.
I don’t think there’s anything interesting about me.
When a coach loses a team… that’s when a coach is kind of done.
Free agents want to go to a winner and get paid.
I could never say that I wouldn’t consider selling the Knicks.
I think it’s a requirement that the general manager and the coach are communicating with each other on a regular basis, and it’s unacceptable if they’re not.
No, the Knicks are not owned by the public. The Knicks are owned by the shareholders of the company, of which I’m the majority shareholder.
The fans are not in the locker room, they’re not at the practice facility, they’re not in the office with us. They want wins; we understand that.
I’m an artist, and an artist doesn’t worry about being politically correct when I write.
I can tell you that nobody in my family wants to sell the Knicks and Rangers. As a majority owner, I don’t want to sell, either.
We need to keep the Garden a place that’s comfortable and safe for everybody who goes there.
There’s literally nowhere I won’t go.
All I can do is keep moving forward.
If you can help an employee get to that extra level of skill, you have a great executive.
Look, it’s all about wins and losses to the fans. They want to believe in their team.
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A good executive, when things aren’t going well, gets down and finds out what’s going wrong and tries to fix it.
As the head of the public company, you can’t say you can’t sell, because then you’re telling your shareholders that your own personal feelings about your assets are more important than their money. And they won’t invest with you if you do that.
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