Knicks assistant Herb Williams to meet Walsh today
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#1 Apr 21, 2008
Herb has been an assistant for awhile, and I think he definitely deserves a shot or at least an interview. However, I'm more inclined to go with either Mark Jackson or Tom Thibodeau. Anyway, I'm just going to continue to soak in the celebratory glee that Isiah is removed/demoted, albeit a nameless position just for "input" (which I hope Donnie won't take anyway given all of Isiah's failures).
#2 Apr 21, 2008
Alan, first at least attempt to speak with Ernie Grunfeld about coming back as GM,then at least, interview Bill Laimbeer and by all means speak with Thibodeau. This Bird talk is scaring me,if you remember the Pacers then his assistants did all the work.If Jax is the guy,look long and hard for a Dick Harter-type assistant.
#3 Apr 21, 2008
I still believe in my heart that Jeff Van Gundy is the guy. The only reason Mark Jackson is being considered over Jeff is because the Knicks desperately wish to clean house, despite the creditials Van Gundy would bring.
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