Hill struck the first blow. When he started getting minutes down in Houston they asked him about playing in NY, he said he was a pick and roll guy in NY and the offense didn't have a lot of plays unlike Houston where there were a lot of options. Pretty damning commentary about the Knicks and it's coaching staff.
This is the latest with D'Ants that makes me question his coaching staff and his coaching in general. Hill goes to Houston and within a week they have him playing because he is one of the few guys they have that can play above the rim and block shots. And his game has gotten better since he's been in Houston, either because he's getting some coaching or because of the increased minutes. His footwork is better, he's more aggressive attacking the rim instead of hanging out on the perimeter and is playing more like an athletic big should.