Doc Rivers is adding three new assistant coaches to his Los Angeles Clippers staff for the upcoming season. Former NBA veteran Sam Cassell, Lawrence Frank and Mike Woodson will join Rivers on the bench.
If the upcoming season's strategic transition weren't difficult enough for the New York Knicks, a deeper Eastern Conference is going to make a run at the playoffs even tougher. Raymond Felton, Tyson Chandler and Mike Woodson are out, and Jose Calderon, Cleanthony Early and Derek Fisher are in. Show More Summary
Last year's New York Knicks defense was a mess. Good thing the current squad has a new cleaning service. The Knicks switched up management and coaching staffs this offseason, making the jump from Mike Woodson to Derek Fisher on the bench and adding Phil Jackson to oversee all things basketball. Show More Summary
With head coach Mike Woodson no longer in the picture, New York Knicks guard Iman Shumpert expects to have the shackles taken off his offensive game next season. Shumpert, who’s […] The post Iman Shumpert Excited to Do More Than Just ‘Standing in the Corner’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Clippers Coach Doc Rivers, who also is the president of basketball operations, has reached an agreement with former New York Knicks coach Mike Woodson to join his staff, The Times has confirmed.
While other teams across the Association are targeting big-name free agents, Doc Rivers is working on improving his coaching staff. According to CBS Sports' Ken Berger, the Los Angeles Clippers have come to an agreement with former New...Show More Summary
The New York Knicks head coach position has been vacant since Mike Woodson was fired in late April. Team president Phil Jackson's first choice for the job, Steve Kerr, spurned his mentor for the same position with the Golden State Warriors. Show More Summary
Ill-equipped to make any offseason splashes outside of re-signing Carmelo Anthony and finding Mike Woodson's replacement, this summer has not diminished in importance for the New York Knicks. It's very important. And it has the potential...Show More Summary
After a struggle-filled season, the New York Knicks shook things up right before the season ended by naming Phil Jackson president of basketball operations. Next, Jackson fired head coach Mike Woodson and the rest of the staff. Now,Show More Summary
Somebody find Yogi Berra. It might just be deja vu all over again in Gotham City. According to The New York Post's Marc Berman, Phil Jackson has targeted Derek Fisher as one of his top choices to succeed Mike Woodson as head coach of...Show More Summary
Whiffing on Steve Kerr has forced New York Knicks president Phil Jackson to think outside the box as he continues his search for Mike Woodson's replacement. Apparently thinking outside the box has led him to stick his hand in another...Show More Summary
The New York Knicks gambled $60 million on a first-time executive in Phil Jackson but apparently had problems committing less than half that amount to a first-time coach in Steve Kerr. Kerr, the only entry on Jackson's Mike Woodson replacement list for months, spurned New York's advances and instead opted for an offer from the Golden State Warriors. Show More Summary
Knicks president Phil Jackson has to look elsewhere now that Steve Kerr has rebuffed an offer to succeed Mike Woodson as head coach. All indications remain that the Zen Master will look to hire someone familiar with his coaching philosophy.
One day, the New York Knicks are going to get this whole "finding a head coach thing" down. Steve Kerr was considered the favorite to land with the Knicks after they canned Mike Woodson. Kerr's arrival seemed like a formality. He wasn't...Show More Summary
Phil Jackson called his shot. Then he swung. Then he missed. After a months-long courtship that began long before Mike Woodson was officially fired, the New York Knicks missed out on Steve Kerr, who agreed to a five-year, $25 million deal with the Golden State Warriors Wednesday night, according to NBA.com’s David Aldridge and Yahoo! […]
Amar'e Stoudemire has never met a New York Knicks head coach he doesn't like, a pleasant trend that will extend to Mike Woodson's likely successor, Steve Kerr. When Mike D'Antoni resigned in 2012, Stoudemire waxed respect and lamented the fact New York never fully bought into his system, per the New York Daily News' Frank Isola. Show More Summary
Here’s New York Newsday reporting on former Knicks head coach Mike Woodson: As the Knicks continue pursuing Steve Kerr to be their new coach, their old one is hoping to get back in the game. Mike Woodson, whom the Knicks fired April 21, said he wants to coach next season. “My interest right now is still coaching,” Woodson [...]
The New York Knicks' coaching search is in full swing, and it appears Steve Kerr has taken the lead as the most likely candidate for the job. After firing Mike Woodson, the Knicks are looking for a better fit to open the Phil Jackson era, and Kerr has the makings of a great hire, despite his lack of experience as an NBA coach. Kerr has options. Show More Summary
Whoever winds up being the next coach of the New York Knicks is going to have to immediately start juggling the personalities in the locker room. After finishing second in the East in 2012-13, Mike Woodson returned much of the same roster...Show More Summary
Step into the New York Knicks' web, Steve Kerr. Sources tell ESPN.com's Marc Stein that the Knicks are working feverishly to install Kerr as Mike Woodson's successor: Stein provided additional details on the potential hire: Sources told...Show More Summary