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While Jackson has had no reported contact with the team where he spent most of his NBA playing career, expect his name to keep coming up until a permanent coach is ultimately selected.
I guess Mike D'Antoni didn't win many over in his time as head coach of the New York Knicks. That's why coaches get fired, add in the fact that he wasn't winning enough made him more cannon fodder for the critics. But I bet D'Antoni didn't count on Stephon Marbury jumping on the rip D'Antoni bandwagon. Remember Marbury played for D'Antoni while...
After the messy end to the Mike D’Antoni era in New York, Carmelo Anthony wants everybody to know his hands are clean.
Before D’Antoni resigned on Wednesday, he and Anthony were reportedly clashing, with Anthony also relaying a “me or him” attitude to the Knicks front office. Carmelo spoke to the media on Thursday, maintaining he shouldn’t be held responsible for D’Antoni’s...
As the Knicks scrambled to pick up the pieces in the wake of coach Mike D'Antoni's sudden resignation earlier this week, interim coach Mike Woodson made a vow to New York fans that things were going to be different going forward.
And thus far, he's been right -- but only to an extent.
Things were different Friday during New York's 115-100 throttling of the Indiana...
Mike D’Antoni resigned as head coach of the Knicks Wednesday, answering the season-long request of some fans who had been chanting for him to be fired. Though it’s being reported that D’Antoni shocked the Knicks with his resignation, it’s not a surprise that he’s no longer the team’s coach.
The Knicks had lost six in a row and 8 of their last 10. D’Antoni was absolutely...
Mike D'Antoni waited nearly four years before he could re-create the high-octane success he had in Phoenix, and for three exhilarating weeks in February, the New York Knicks were the NBA's team to watch.
They played fast and fun, sharing the ball and sharing laughs, and their coach enjoyed the ride as much as anyone.
Just as quickly, it was gone again. And now, so too is...
Mike D'Antoni has "resigned" as Head Coach of the New York Knicks! Is anyone really surprised and do you think it's all his fault?JRSportBrief JRSportBrief covers the latest sports news, game highlights, and athletes of professional sports. JR gives his opinions on all sports: Basketball, Baseball, Football, Hockey, Boxing, MMA and all the major leagues. Whether...
The New York Knicks head coach, Mike D’Antoni was under the pressure cooker and resigned today, sources tell Y! Sports. Coach D’Antoni just couldn’t win the ongoing fued with Carmelo Anthony and was rapidly losing fan support in New York.
Assistant coach Mike Woodson will take over duties in New York as the interim coach.
It’s a shame that D’Antoni fell to the Carmelodrama...
BOOM goes the dynamite!! This Carmelo Anthony situation is just getting crazier by the hour: Carmelo Anthony has this to say: “I don’t know where that came from. I’m tired of hearing it. It came out this morning from I guess an anonymous source. I’m tired of anonymous sources. I don’t want to be traded. [...]
When your winning, all is well but when your losing, the rumors of trades, problems with the coaches and anything else you can think of start getting spread. The New York Knicks have fallen into a tie for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference entering tonight’s game against the Portland Trailblazers. To add to the recent disapointment and distractions, the...
The crunch has definitely set in on Madison Square Garden as the drama continues to rumble throughout the capitol of the NBA. After their recent 6 game losing streak, it’s been reported that Mike D’Antoni had lost his locker room. This coming immediately following the feel good, Jeremy Lin story that swept through the world [...]
And the hits keep on coming for the New York Knicks. It comes down to this one fact: he is butt hurt over the fact the management of the Knicks aren’t asking him for his personal opinions on team decisions. Carmelo Anthony’s discontent with the Knicks organization became so severe after Monday night’s loss to the Bulls, [...]
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Mike D’Antoni’s job was on the line and he has decided to resign from the position.
Mike D’Antoni has resigned as New York Knicks coach, a source tells Y! Sports.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) March 14, 2012
Another source confirms D’Antoni ouster with Knicks, tells Y!: “Conflicting visions of club’s future…Mutual decision...
Former Knicks first round pick Darrell Walker was hired today, a source told The Post earlier today. Coached under Isiah in Toronto.
Mike D'Antoni asked James Dolan if he would be open to trading Carmelo Anthony before the trade deadline.