Mike Woodson, Entire NY Knicks Coaching Staff Relieved Of Duties

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Finally, the monkey is off the proverbial back so to speak.

For the past few days, perhaps even the past few weeks, ever since the New York Knicks announced the arrival of Phil Jackson—one of the most respected names in NBA history—would be taking over as President of Basketball Operations, back in mid-March, it seemed only a matter of time before he would begin reconstructing the team organization.

Monday marked the beginning of the likely multi-faceted project, as Jackson addressed the elephant in the room: the rather tenuous coaching situation.

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Tweet of the Night: Los Angeles Lakers Scorch The New York Knicks, Twitter Reacts

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Tuesday night’s showdown between the Knicks and Lakers was a bit one-sided.

The New York Knicks, who had been surging towards the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference with a recent string of eight straight wins, have (seemingly) fallen flat on their faces.

If their recent fourth-quarter collapse against the hapless (and Kyrie Irving-less) Cleveland Cavaliers wasn’t bad enough, they travelled to Los Angeles for a shellacking at the hands of the short-handed Lakers.

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SH Blog: Derrick Rose gained 10 pounds of muscle, says he is more explosive and a lot quicker

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Derrick RoseThere were a few notable players from last season who barely saw, if at all, any playing time due to significant injuries. The immediate names that come to mind are Andrew Bynum, Derrick Rose and Danny Granger. How these players return from their year-long absence in the upcoming season is obviously critical for the success of their respective teams.

With training camps fast-approaching, there is still a sense of uncertainty when you think of some of those names. Bynum, in particular, is nowhere near ready for the preseason, which is of great concern: his status is essentially the same as where it was all of last season. Granger still hasn’t given much of an update on how his knee has progressed (more on him below) either. So what about Rose? 

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Ian Eagle, Howard Beck and Charley Rosen join SH Radio

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Ian Eagle will be joining Andy Roth and Brian Geltzeiler to discuss the Nets, Barclays Center and the city of Brooklyn.

Also coming on are Howard Beck of the New York Times to discuss Mike D’Antoni’s return to NY with his woeful Lakers and Charley Rosen will end the show to break down the Lakers mess and Phil Jackson.

Enjoy the show.

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