NBA Commissioner Adam Silver gave his two cents last week after watching the New York Knicks struggle to run the famed Triangle Offense.

Knicks president Phil Jackson has done just about everything (but coach) to help his new team adjust, and he said that he was not “humored” to read the commish’s critique.

Per The Record and NY Daily News:

“I watched the Knicks game last night,” Silver said at a Nets community event on Thursday at a City Harvest Food Rescue facility in Long Island City. “Clearly, they’re still learning the triangle,” he said with a laugh. “I still don’t understand it. But they’re learning it. But that’s what the game is all about. You have a new coach, you have a new president of basketball operations in Phil Jackson; you have a couple new players on the team.”