Mike Woodson Wants to Finish What He Started, Would Love to Return

Mike Woodson Wants to Finish What He Started, Would Love to Return

"I think they will make the right decisions, so we have to trust them".

They replaced him with Derek Fisher, who was sacked a year later for Jeff Hornacek, who has now also been dismissed.

Former Knicks coach Mike Woodson chuckled when he was told David Fizdale had an interview scheduled next week with president Steve Mills for the team's open head-coaching job.

The season began with an unexpected 17-14 record, aided by surprise contributions from the likes of Enes Kanter and Jarrett Jack, two veterans who gave the team a nightly boost of energy.

"The situation is what it is". I want them to want me.

Metta inked a two-year deal with the Knicks in 2013; however, the team waived the National Basketball Association veteran less than a year later after buying out his contract.

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"I was surprised when I wasn't [hired]", Vogel said, according to the New York Daily News.

The Knicks clearly have a lot of options for their new head coach, so it'll be interesting to see who they end up choosing in the next week or two.

Given the general level of ineptitude, and at times dysfunction, enjoyed by the Knicks since James Dolan became majority owner, the head coach is never on stable ground. Porzingis has faith in the new Knicks' front office management.

Porzingis will be a restricted free agent in 2019 but could have a $150 million contract extension this summer, which may not happen now because of his season-ending ACL tear. The organization seemed comfortable with the idea of making that offer before Porzingis' injury.

"It all depends on how I can come [back] from the injury and how I move", Porzingis said.

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