Walsh hasn't called Ewing in coach search
#1 Apr 21, 2008
I am a jackson fan. But this team needs solid leadership to turn around a rudderless ship. Not a guy learning on the job. It would be absurd to name him coach(But this is MSG and gene lottery billionaire Jim Dolan running the show). If u are going to take a flier on a former Knick, why not Ewing? He was "the franchise" and has gained some experience coaching. Some experience is better than none,which is what Jackson has-none! I don't think Ewing is the way to go either but, I'd rather see him than Mark Jackson.
From commentator to coach w/ no experience. You don't see the Cowboys naming Michael Irvin as their coach!
#2 Apr 22, 2008
Ewing should get a shot at the job since he already put 4 year in on the bench
#3 Apr 22, 2008
i think both of them are to smart to take the job now! i can however see one of them 3-4 tears from now. this job calls for a sacrificial lamb so dont expect a big name to jump on this train wreck
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