New York Knicks
Without many valuable assets to trade, one that can still bring something valuable back in a deal is Tyson Chandler.
In overtime, the camera on MSG’s broadcast caught point guard Raymond Felton yawning during a timeout. It was a long, tired yawn. The Knicks trailed 104-98 with 32.9 seconds left.
With a thick veil of secrecy surrounding Madison Square Garden at all times, there’s no way of figuring out what the Knicks organization is actually thinking at any given moment.
Woodson expects to still have a job next week. We’ll see what happens, but Wednesday night’s 106-101 loss at home to the last-place Sacramento Kings didn’t help his cause. At all.
According to a report, New York has again attempted to persuade Denver to agree to a swap of the shooting guard for the power forward, but the Nuggets don’t appear to be interested in such a trade.
“Unless you guys know something I don’t know, then the only thing I can say is I’m going to be back,” embattled coach Mike Woodson said Monday, according to Newsday.
Kevin Durant scored 41 points, with 10 rebounds and nine assists, and the Oklahoma City Thunder defeated the Knicks 112-100 on Sunday.
First Craig wondered who might be Mike ‘Wild Thing’ Woodson’s replacement if he is relieved of his duties as head coach of the New York Knicks.
The 36-year-old forward said Wednesday before the Knicks played Portland that his injury was from overuse and that he would need rest and therapy, but hadn’t been told surgery would be necessary.
The Knicks need to be all in on a point guard sooner rather than later. Wait until 2015? In this case, patience might not be a virtue.
The Knicks are another game closer to a lost season, and one has to wonder if — or when — coach Mike Woodson will be shown the door.
When it comes to talking hoops, few bring to the table what Smith does. So Al Dukes booked the NYC basketball legend to chat with Boomer and Craig about the current state of the Knicks, among other things.
Plus, Boomer suggests some hot yoga for Craig, Evan Roberts gets a wake-up call (and earns Jerry $100), Antonio Cromartie advocates for the NFL to stop testing for marijuana and some sad news…
Over their last 17 games the Knicks have had a five-game winning streak, followed by a five-game losing streak, proceeded by four straight victories and now this current three-game slide. What does that all mean, you ask?
I don’t think anyone honestly believes the Knicks will reach the second round of the playoffs under Woodson. Maybe it could happen under someone else, but there’s only one way to find out.