To the guy that said 1 year deal lol.... How does it help the team moving forward to have continued uncertainty at the HC position?
Has to be a 3 year contract the same lifeline as our semi-big 3.
If the Knicks fall flat in this first half tonight then I have no interest in bringing him back......I do not care what he does but after the disgrace of game 1 that should never happen again not with pur talent and such a crucial game on the line.....
We might as well say it's a done deal. Stat, Melo, Chandler and the rest of the team have all endorsed Woody. They said everyone on the team loves his philosophy on both ends of the court and want him to remain their head coach.
I guess it's a wrap...as far as Head coaching goes. Also Calipri said himself that Woodson is the right man for the job because he's gotten Melo to play a solid all around game. At least we got some good news, I suppose...
Woodson 18-6, if we can shape up the roaster, add pieces, have a full training camp. grow chemistry and stay healthy, we are easily going to be the #3 or 4 seed next year with woody
Damn! I thought all the credit for Chandler being a Knicks was Dolan doin....the Chandler signing was a trade of givin up Billups (high asset).
Dolan has been making all the "high-asset" trades lately.....Dolan is still pissed over the David Lee (high asset) trade to GS for $12M of DNP players.
The credit for gym-hoppers Lin & Novak automatically goes to the coach & player.
Dolan shouldve extended both "Grunwald & Woodson" contracts at the end of the regular season for the next 3 years
It’s not a matter of if, but when.
Knicks interim coach Mike Woodson has been told by owner James Dolan in recent days the club plans to bring him back for next season, according to two people familiar with the situation.
As expected, Knicks general manager Glen Grunwald recommended Woodson’s return and Dolan was on board, realizing the 3-1 first-round deficit was not the coaching staff’s fault because of a spate of injuries.
The Knicks will not announce Woodson’s return until after the season, once a new contract — possibly for three years — is hammered out.
via Marc Berman of the New York Post