Now that the dust has settled, the Lakers’ decision to hire Mike D’Antoni over proven winner Phil Jackson isn’t any less shocking.
D’Antoni’s reputation as an innovative coach wasn’t helped by his tenure in New York. Now he has a chance to rebound in Los Angeles.
The Lakers handed Mike Brown the pink slip after 5 games and will undoubtedly turn to Phil Jackson as their first choice replacement.
Newest recruit Steve Nash makes the universally hated Lakers instantly more-likeable.
Is the Carmelo Experiment already a failure? There’s no indication that the Knicks are getting much better, despite two trips to the playoffs (for a combined 1-8 record).
There are real things Knicks fans should worry about. So don’t panic over something that a petulant Jackson said to HBO.
Phil Jackson described the Knicks as “clumsy” and said “they don’t fit well together” on HBO’s Real Sports.
No coach can coax this bunch better than Mike Woodson, who earned his perch on the bench. The players played like they wanted Woodson to lead them, and now they have him.
One playoff victory was good enough for Mike Woodson to return as New York Knicks coach — even with Phil Jackson lurking as a potential candidate.
The Knicks have a three-year window with this group to win a title, and now they are committed to Mike Woodson being the guy who is going to take them there. Don’t tell me that there aren’t other people you would rather see in that chair.
Memorial Day weekend is right around the corner, and it seems it’ll be a stress-free affair for Mike Woodson.
It could be a very, very nice Memorial Day weekend for Mike Woodson.
The question for Knicks owner James Dolan is why there have been no overtures or conversations with Phil Jackson?
The Knicks are not in the Heat’s class right now. It’s an unavoidable fact that no one can deny after watching Miami easily dispatch the Knicks in five games.
For the second time in as many days, the Knicks’ full-time coaching job has been reported to be practically inevitable for Mike Woodson.