WHO ARE THEY?
Isiah Thomas (College - Indiana)
Mark Aguirre (College - DePaul)
George Glymph (College - Benedict)
Dave Hanners (College - North Carolina)
Herb Williams (College - Ohio State)
Brendan Suhr (College - Montclair State)
Greg Brittenham (College - Nebraska-Kearney)
Roger Hinds (College - Brooklyn College)
Anthony Goenaga (From - Long Island University)
The above CREW played and coaced to different Styles and Systems inwhich throughout their tour as Knicks Coaches they dont see eye to eye on Defense or Offense they are to busy each day on casting the blame on someone else.
The Knicks Head Coach and his coaching staff are not on the same page.
If they were the Knicks would've got rid of alot of the "Individual Players" on the Knicks Roster.
The Zach Randolph Trade was supposed to be a three to four team trade adding only new "Team-Players" to the Knick Roster (Ron Artest was supposed to be added to the Knicks this past offseason. Q.Richardson or Jefferies was supossed to be included in the trade this offseason along with Francis & Frye.).
I have to blame alot of the Knicks trades for "Indivudual Players" on the Knicks Coaching Staff for not speaking up and being a coaching confident informer about what this Knick Team is lacking.
The Knicks could've WON alot of games this season with having several "Three SF Lineups" such as "D-Knick, Chandler, Balkman, and Artest". It only takes THREE co-existing Players in a lineup to keep the other two players flowing to their tempo.
Drafting Chandler & D-Nicks this June in the draft and watching how well they co-exist together as a "TANDEM" in the Summer League Games should have made Coach Dave Hanners stand-up and recomend the two Rookies for leaders in the Rookie of the year contest if both were given the right guidance and training.
Chandler & Demetris Nichols practicing with Ron Artest & Balkman this season would've gave the Knicks a Small Powerful lineup with two offensive 6.8 Rookies and two 6.7 Defensive SF that plays extrodinary without the ball in practice that dominate the offense & defense side of the court.