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Topic - Mike Woodson
Carmelo Anthony said he wants to stay in New York, and said he wants to win.
Mike Woodson won't lobby to keep his job with the New York Knicks. He believes he's already proven he deserves it.
Carmelo Anthony's will miss the final two games with a torn labrum in his right shoulder, ending his first playoff-less season and potentially his New York Knicks career.
The Toronto Raptors clinched the Atlantic Division title on Friday night.
Larry Brown thinks the New York Knicks have mistreated coach Mike Woodson. If they are going to replace him, he believes it should be with Phil Jackson.
Even against the Western Conference's worst teams, nothing is coming easy for the New York Knicks right now.
Mike Woodson not only isn't mad the New York Knicks wanted Phil Jackson for his job, he knows a guy if Jackson seeks a coach to run the triangle offense.
Long after Phil Jackson acknowledged the cheering fans with a thumbs-up and then a wave, there was one more standing ovation inside Madison Square Garden.
Even before meeting with him, Knicks players like Phil Jackson's hiring to run their franchise.
The losses, the distractions, the disappointments. They all keep coming for the New York Knicks in a season fast taking on the look of one that can't end soon enough.
In a season full of turmoil for the New York Knicks, Raymond Felton has dealt with more of it than any other player on the team.
Something got spilled near where the New York Knicks' bus was parked Thursday morning, which seemed to serve as a perfect microcosm of their season to date.
Metta World Peace's dream homecoming lasted less than a season, with the New York Knicks waiving the veteran forward and Beno Udrih on Monday after buying out their contracts.
With Paul Millsap nursing a sore knee and Al Horford likely out for the season, Mike Scott filled a big void to help the Atlanta Hawks snap an eight-game skid.
The New York Knicks are preparing to buy out the contracts of veterans Metta World Peace and Beno Udrih.
"The last month and a half, two months has been great for our ballclub to see them back playing like Knick basketball should be played," Knicks coach Mike Woodson said, "so I'm excited about that."
Woodson said before the game he believe he's the right coach for this team, but hasn't had a conversation with new president Phil Jackson yet about his future.