5 Knicks Coaching Candidates Worse Than Kurt RambisHere is a look at five men who would be a poorer choice than Rambis to lead the Knicks.
Frank Isola On WFAN: Knicks Keeping Kurt Rambis As An 'Offensive Guru' Would Be A Bad Move"If you're going to bring in a coach, you've got to let him hire his staff because it never works," Isola said.
Peter Vecsey: If Knicks Keep Rambis, Anthony Likely To Demand TradeAnthony has three years remaining on his contract and would have to waive his no-trade clause.
Schmeelk: What Is Phil Jackson Doing In Montana?What could really be the holdup? Jackson knew since he fired Derek Fisher in February that he would have to make a decision on a head coach this offseason.
Keidel: Knicks Coaching Search Has Been Doomed From The StartThe Knicks aren't a player or two away from prosperity. Because they don't have the management to pick those players. Because they don't have the owner to pick the people who pick the players.
Schmeelk: 5 Things Knicks Fans Can Learn From NBA PlayoffsSix of the top eight teams in 3-point attempts per game in the playoffs advanced to the second round.
Schmeelk: Knicks Lack Pieces To Make Triangle WorkRambis is not the right coach. The Knicks don’t have anywhere near the right players and getting them in the short term is unlikely at best.
Keidel: Knicks Botching Coaching Search -- And We Shouldn't Be SurprisedThe Knicks had three eminently qualified, gifted, and eager men ready to roll, yet none were considered for head coach this time around.
Chatelain: Walton Is Only Coaching Candidate Who Makes Sense For KnicksThe 36-year-old's coaching stock is soaring high right now, after leading the Warriors to a 39-4 record to begin the season while head coach Steve Kerr recovered from back surgery.
Schmeelk: Anthony, Jackson Pulling Knicks In Different Directions With Fans Caught In The MiddleIn the end, James Dolan is probably going to have to choose Anthony or Jackson, between whom there seems to be some level of disconnect.
Jackson: Rambis Among Candidates To Be Interviewed For Knicks Head CoachJackson told reporters he will interview other candidates, adding "probably only people I know."
Report: Knicks Contact Mark Jackson In Coaching SearchMark Jackson, 51, took over a downtrodden Warriors franchise in 2011 and brought it to the playoffs in his second and third seasons, only to be fired a year before Golden State won the NBA championship.

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