Maybe he should.
Things can't get much worse in New York where the Knicks, losers of two straight and nine of their last 10, are entrenched at the bottom of the conference, just a game and a half ahead of the equally dysfunctional Heat. They haven't won at home since Dec. 19 and show no signs of rewarding the fans who (inexplicably) continue to fill the seats at the Garden. Power forward
No kidding. The Knicks are a rudderless ship. On paper, New York has as much talent as any team in the conference. Randolph is an automatic double-double, Curry is a skilled offensive center and Marbury had to do something to earn the four-year, $76 million "max" contract extension that is currently hanging around the Knicks' neck like an albatross. But barring a
"It's safe to say, when you're having a year like we're having," Thomas said. "I don't think we'll have anybody that will be selected.''
They can't play together. Nay, they
What do you do? Unfortunately you can't fire the players (though the Knicks certainly have tried) or the owner (though
Something must be done, because the truth is it
It really doesn't matter who you get to replace him, though I'm of the opinion that the Knicks missed the boat when