Mike Woodson Wants to Join the Knicks
Mike Woodson, who coached the New York Knicks from 2012-2014, has announced that he desperately wishes to join the New York Knicks in any role.
Woodson was most recently an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Clippers from 2014-2018. Woodson was the Knicks head coach the last time they won a playoff series in 2013.
In the 2013-14 season, the Knicks struggled to start with and had a 3-13 record. They never got back into their stride and they finished the season with a 37-45 record. This was the first time they missed the playoffs in 4 seasons.
On April 21, 2014, Woodson was fired by the Knicks along with his entire coaching staff.
Over his two season as head coach for the Knicks, Woodson had a coaching record of 91-73 which is a winning percentage of 55.4%.
The Knicks do not currently have a head coach after David Fizdale was fired after 22 games this season. This was after a big loss to the Denver Nuggets taking their record to 4-18. Fizdale’s record with the Knicks over two seasons was 21-83.
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