The Nets (27-39) are currently on the outside looking in in the Eastern Conference playoff picture, and point guard Deron Williams dismissed Brown’s comment as “crazy” and “ridiculous.”
Kentucky (34-0) is the favorite to win the NCAA Tournament, but Brown is convinced that John Calipari’s squad would make serious noise in the Association.
“I think it’s just troublesome to me to bring in Phil Jackson,” Brown said. “Not that he won’t be great, but let him coach … If that’s the way they want to do it, let him coach and give Woody a way to leave graciously.”
Makes you wonder how far down the Knicks are on the list of the NBA’s worst teams. Heck, the Seattle Supersonics have won a title more recently and that franchise no longer exists.
Moore, a 5’9” point guard from Winona Lake, Ind., is playing as well as anyone in the American Athletic Conference right now. He leads his team with 14.1 points and 4.7 assists per game.
This commitment ensures what many once deemed unfathomable — programs in the AAC can now recruit any player in America.
The Nets have been given the OK to speak with Indiana Pacers assistant Brian Shaw about the team’s head coaching vacancy, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports.
The Nets are continuing to search for their next head coach, and it’s no secret that owner Mikhail Prokhorov likes big names. Cue Larry Brown, the current head men’s basketball coach at Southern Methodist University.
The Nets may have made great strides in 2012-13, but a bad choice and some bad luck could easily make them laughingstocks once again.
To say that ‘Sheed and the Knicks have turned out to be a great fit on and off the court would be a massive understatement.
Anyone that says they know how the offense is going to be run right now is lying. They don’t. Nobody does. And no, watching practice on MSG or in person isn’t enough for me, either. I need to see it when the lights are on against real competition.
The New York Knicks didn’t get any younger on Wednesday. The team officially signed forward Rasheed Wallace, a four-time All-Star who is ending a two-year retirement.
Kentucky coach John Calipari said earlier this week that he will attempt to schedule more games in football stadiums moving forward to prepare his teams for the NCAA Tournament.
Thanks to the blockbuster films “The Avengers” and “The Hunger Games” archery is red hot, but for Larry Brown it’s been his passion since he was 5, when his dad first taught him to shoot in Queens.
Glen Grunwald has seen the bad days with the Knicks, and I think he has learned from them. Knicks fans should be very happy he is the guy steering their basketball ship.