Will D'Antoni's assistants follow him to NY?
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#1 May 12, 2008
I'm hoping the critics are wrong. I'm suspecting they're right.
A good sign would be the hiring of a defensive master, and a willingness by Mike to give him lotsa room to work...
#2 May 13, 2008
Let's fire a coach with no defensive teaching ability,
then replace him with a more expensive coach with even less defensive prowess,
all the while still paying for the first coach under contract.
Walsh, you make me yearn for Scott Layden!
#3 May 13, 2008
mark jackson has done NOTHING to justify his being named knick head coach. d'antoni is a proven big time nba coach. mark jackson is just a name people remember.
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