i honestly think we should get rid of D'Antoni just to shake things up. It's not a great situation for him, and not really a great one for the Knicks anyway. I don't see how this isn't a win-win for the Knicks and D'Antoni. We can possibly go on a run due to a change of coaching scenery, and it doesn't seem Donnie is too hype to resign D'Antoni anyway.
It's the same in any company when people no longer listen to a project manager....you cut your loses early by letting your your project manager go. It doesn't mean he's a bad project manager, just that he wasn't a good fit for this job.