Former Knicks coach Larry Brown believes Mike Woodson hasn’t been “treated fairly” by the organization this season, adding that Phil Jackson should have taken over as coach to allow the lame-duck Woodson to leave the team “graciously.”
With only four games remaining in which to sell the product to the unwashed masses, there is this commercial on the radio home of the Knicks where a voice proclaims: ‘The Knicks have taken us on a journey we won’t soon forget.’ This is true.
Alonzo Mourning and Mitch Richmond and the coaches Nolan Richardson and Gary Williams were voted to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.
Connecticut’s experience trumped Kentucky’s youth as the Huskies prevailed with a 60-54 NCAA national championship victory on Monday that completed a turnaround for the recently penalized program.
Brown, who led the Knicks to a 23-59 record in 2005-6, said, among other things, that his former employer was treating the current coach, Mike Woodson, unfairly.
A year after missing the tournament because of a poor graduation rate, Connecticut won the N.C.A.A. men’s basketball championship, 60-54, over Kentucky.
The Pacers’ top five players lead all N.B.A. starters in time spent on the court together this season, but that appears to be contributing to their mediocre performance as a unit lately.
A victory at Miami on Tuesday would make the Nets the first team to beat the Heat four times during a regular season since LeBron James joined the Heat.