Originally written on Pro Sports Daily  |  Last updated 11/17/14
Now that the offseason is officially here, now that this crazy New York Knicks season of ups and downs, twists and turns (and an unforgettable thing called Linsanty) has finally come to an end, the first order of business is to decide what to do with Mike Woodson. Multiple reports have indicated that Madison Square Garden is ready to lock up Woodson on a multi-year deal to keep him as head coach. His 18-6 record to finish the season and the endorsement of the team's stars, mainly Carmelo Anthony and Tyson Chandler, are more than enough to cinch it for him. Woodson denied a report that he already met with Garden chairman James Dolan for preliminary discussions about his future and, in the midst of a first-round playoff series, deflected questions about his status as interim coach. "All of that will take care of itself when the time comes, if that may be," he said. It now becomes a focus as the Knicks were eliminated by Miami in Game 5 on Wednesday night with a 106-94 defeat. Th...
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  • Regardless of what anybody says i dont want him back next year its to much streetball mentality and not enough understanding of the game! from his switching on offense to his Crappy lineups i dont want him back next year and thats the reason we lost lets get that coach form the jazz they were talking about or calipari
  • i see woodson as an assistant coach once again not the head coach certain lineups shouldn't have even been out there because they were not ready for the playoffs when amare got his 5th foul he should have put jeffries in the game to replace him take melo to the pointguard spot,douglas,bibby,jr smith as the shooting guards and NOVAK,fields at the small forward THIS WOULD HAVE GOTTEN US INTO GAME SIX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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