He’s done. It’s over. Woodson is a dead man walking. He has lost this team, and it has translated to a lost season for the Knicks.
If New York City is still a holy basketball land, with ancient, blacktop altars dotting the map, then tonight’s NBA game is a savage sacrilege
I want to introduce Mike Woodson to someone. His name is George Costanza. He once devised a theory that would do Mike Woodson a lot of good today: do the opposite.
According to a report, the Knicks could be targeting Jeff Van Gundy as their next head coach.
Woodson has said things in his post game press conferences this year that are either illogical, lies, or downright false.
Knicks owner James Dolan has reportedly banned actor and director Woody Allen from the MSG VIP lounge.
Change is coming. A move is on the horizon. Odds are, Mike Woodson is going to find himself on the wrong side of it. And right now that would be completely understandable.
The Knicks are playing not only against their opponents, but a timer that will hit zero at a time of Dolan’s choosing. When it does, all New York fans will feel the pain.
There is a growing, ornery murmur among New Yorkers, and, really, it goes to the source. It’s directed at Jimmy Dolan. People are sick of his moves, his mouth and his product.
The Knicks organization can all let out a collective sigh of relief after Carmelo & Co. went to Atlanta last night and backed up their owner Jim Dolan’s bold guarantee by leaving with a 95-91 win over the Hawks.
The Knicks now have to live up to James Dolan’s expectations. The addition of J.R. Smith to the starting lineup seems to suggest head coach Mike Woodson understands his owner’s sense of urgency.
The Spurs took advantage of the Knicks, as coach Mike Woodson counted 17 layups in New York’s 120-89 loss on Sunday.
“Thanks to the Rangers, who brought me a win. Unfortunately, the basketball (team) couldn’t do it today. We’re going to win the next game, that’s a guarantee.”
Knicks owner James Dolan reportedly met with head coach Mike Woodson following Sunday’s blow out loss to the Spurs.
The Knicks owner was “ready to erupt” during Sunday’s lopsided loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves, according to the New York Daily News.