NEW YORK (WFAN) — Nobody embodied the early-90s Knicks better than Anthony Mason. They were physical, tough, old-school.
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But Mason says he’s been unable to land a job with the team despite an obvious need to get back to what worked 20 years ago, when the Knicks reached the NBA Finals under former coach Pat Riley.
“I would always want to be able to go back to an organization, try to help them turn it around,” Mason said Friday on WFAN’s “Moose & Maggie” show. “Especially when they’re going through what they’re going through now.”