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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Mike Woodson
Start spreading the news. One of New York's bumbling basketball teams is about to win!
Taking their poor home-court play on the road, the Knicks allowed Wall to score 31 points and dropped into a last-place tie in the Atlantic Division by getting beaten 98-89 at the Wizards on Saturday night.
The Atlanta Hawks hired longtime Spurs assistant Mike Budenholzer as their head coach on Tuesday, giving the team another link to San Antonio's championship tradition.
Deciding who plays, and when they don't, is one of the toughest parts of coaching.
Pablo Prigioni could return to the starting lineup. Jason Kidd will remain in the rotation.
The left knee of Knicks guard Iman Shumpert doesn't appear to be getting any better and it could keep him out of Tuesday night's game at Indiana.
Knicks guard J.R. Smith played against the Pacers in Game 3 on Saturday night after being iffy to go because of an illness.
J.R. Smith will be a game-time decision Saturday night at Indiana.
Demanding as New Yorkers can be, it doesn't take much to keep Knicks fans happy.
George Karl led the Denver Nuggets to a team-record 57 wins without a big name on his roster.
He received 62 first-place votes, followed by Erik Spoelstra of the Miami Heat with 24 votes from a panel of sports writers and broadcasters. New York's Mike Woodson finished third and San Antonio's Gregg Popovich, who won the award last season, was fourth.
The New York Knicks will not concede they have a "big" problem _ yet.
Call it bad fashion sense or poor playoff etiquette.
J.R. Smith won the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year award Monday after turning a role he didn't want into one of the strengths of the New York Knicks' first division championship team in nearly two decades.
Doc Rivers' phone rang sometime around 6 a.m. Friday, a concerned Boston Celtics owner calling to check on his coach and team.
"I've had the opportunity to come in here and coach a team and turn a team around, and right now we've had our ups and downs, this early season, but am I going to throw in the towel? Absolutely not," Woodson said. "I'm still the coach of this team, we've got a big game tomorrow night, which I think we can win, so we've just got to stay focused and stay the course."
Woodson said he feels for Kidd, but he's got his own problems.