Mike Woodson knows nobody can scoff at the Knicks’ unbeaten start now, not after last night’s comeback from 12 points down in the final seven minutes to stun the powerhouse Spurs, 104-100, at AT&T Center.
“It shows me that this team is for real,’’ said Woodson, who had never won in San Antonio as a head coach. “We beat a great team tonight.’’
It was the Knicks’ first victory in San Antonio since 2003 as they moved to 6-0 for just the second time in team history and showed they have all the qualities of a championship contender. Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, who has four titles, got the message.