Found April 22, 2013 on
Far be it from me to question Mike Woodson, who has done a masterful job with the Knicks since taking over from Mike D’Antoni, but I am going to do it anyway.
Amare’s playoff uniform should be the same as Derrick Rose and Tracy McGrady’s a nice suit and tie.
If Amar’e Stoudemire returns to the Knicks in the playoffs, he will be a part of the team’s regular rotation, Mike Woodson said on Sunday.
“If he’s able to make it back he will be back in the rotation, ready to play,” Woodson said on a conference call with reporters. “I’m expecting him to do what he was doing before he left because he played some pretty good, positive minutes for our ball club before he got hurt.”
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
For more Knicks Post Game interviews click here
The post Mike Woodson Post Game: Game 1 appeared first on Knickswag - A New York Knicks Blog - News, Rumors, and more!.
According to Marc Berman, Mike Woodson stated that Pablo will most likely play in game 2 Tuesday night. These extended breaks in between games benefits the Knicks in every way. With Pablo back in the rotation the Knicks can go back to the starting line up that gave them so much success the last month of the season. Marc Berman NY Post:
Knicks coach Mike Woodson said if yesterday...
We often wonder what opposing teams, their beat reporters and bloggers are saying about the Celtics. Here’s a look at some enemy chatter from New York.
The Knicks often-injured Amar’e Stoudemire has been out the past six weeks after undergoing yet another procedure on his knees. Knicks coach Mike Woodson doesn’t expect him back for the Celtics series, but Amar’e thinks a...
Despite being held scoreless over 20 minutes in an 85-78 victory over the seventh-seeded Boston Celtics on Saturday, New York Knicks head coach Mike Woodson claims to be unconcerned about Tyson Chandler‘s neck injury and stamina. More worrisome than placing a zero in the box score, the 30-year-old Chandler grabbed a measly five boards in the first-round showdown this weekend. “It...
Reports say JR Smith will get the NBA 6th Man Award today. Credit to JR, but also to Woodson for pushing him to reach his potential.
— Alan Hahn (@alanhahn) April 22, 2013
This award is well deserved. There was one point in the season where everyone thought Jamal Crawford would get the award, but J.R. put the team on his back when Melo was out and changed his game completely with...
Down by four at halftime of game one of their playoff series against the Celtics, the Knicks clearly needed to come out in the second half with a little more pep in their step.Alas, surprising to some was the fact that it was not New York's defense that needed an injection of life, but their offense instead. Mike Woodson seemed to understand that, and had a plan for the rest...
At the beginning of the season, Knicks' coach Mike Woodson had to sell J.R. Smith on the fact that more good than bad would come from him serving as New York's sixth man.The swingman wanted to take on an important role and be counted on. He wanted to be out on the court, trusted by his coach, with the game on the line.By all accounts, he still received all that from his coach...