Donnie Walsh Talks Knicks, Isiah On The FAN
NEW YORK (WFAN) — Donnie Walsh, president of basketball operations for the Knicks, joined Boomer & Carton Friday to discuss Isiah Thomas’ recent comments and the Knicks’ play of late.
Knicks president Donnie Walsh said he would have a procedure on his hip next week while the Knicks are on a road trip out West.
“The team will be on the road, gives me a chance to get this done,” said Walsh.
LISTEN: Donnie Walsh with Boomer & Carton
On the Knicks’ recent play:
“When you get to the end of the game, this team just doesn’t know how to win. We’re not at that stage yet,” Walsh said. “If you play fast, the scores usually are going to be higher… we’ve got to score when it counts.”
“I never worry about how many points we’re giving up. I worry about the differential.”
On Isiah Thomas’ recent comments about the Knicks and Walsh:
“He’s talking right now, and he has his own reasons for talking,” Walsh said. “It doesn’t do me any good to figure out why Isiah’s saying what he’s saying.”
On LeBron James and the Miami Heat:
“They have three great players, but you have to have a full team… they’re missing positions.”
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