Mike Woodson conducts exit interviews with the Knicks roster and then answers listener questions.
We have a lengthy chat with the former Knicks coach about his strategies, play calling, and much more, we also talk about the Knicks getting eliminated from the playoffs and what to expect this summer from the Knicks and from this show.
Marc and Jay talk about the win streak and how it is probably just a season long Knick Comeback, Mike Woodsons letter to Phil Jackson, top 5 things everyone needs to stop talking about, setting expectations going forward and much more
Chris Herring from the Wall Street Journal joins us in what was a really great and informative interview. You’re going to like this one. We get some insight on Mike Woodson, Andrea Bargnani, Iman Shumpert, Tyson Chandler, injuries, strategies, and much much more.
Written by William Lee
John Wall dominated the first half, scoring in double figures in the first quarter alone. John Wall is one of the quickest point guards in the league, and he displayed it Monday night. Wall attacked in the open court, scoring either for himself or getting his teammates involved for 16 first half fast break points. John Wall had 19 points and 5 assist by halftime, and got plenty of help from Martell Webster, as he dropped four threes to compliment Wall penetrating attack into the paint. Martell Webster would fall a couple points of reaching his career high in points, finishing the game with 30 points.
The Knicks could not stop the Wizards, allowing 55.6% field goal, and getting scorched from beyond the arc, for seven three point shots in the first half. The Wizards kept the Knicks in the game, by turning the ball over frequently, with ten turnovers alone just in the second quarter. The extra possessions were much needed for New York, as the Knicks shoot a dismal 31.9% from the field, and was not able to collect much offensive rebounds off so many misses, only collecting five from 32 misses. Continue reading
Marc and Jay talk about the Detroit and Indiana games, minutes management, Shumperts foul, top 5 dumb comments we’ve seen this week, Marcs notes from the Pistons game, what we’re going to do if the Knicks lose against Washington and much more
The Knicks fire Grunwald, Amare gets another surgery, who will make the final roster cut, extending Mike Woodsons contract, all time favorite Knicks, predicting the playoff teams from each conference and much more
Jay and Marc are joined by Jim Cavan from Knicksblogger and We’ll Always Have Linsanity. The show starts off with Marc providing a list of ten positive things. You can probably guess what we talk about after that, Mike Woodsons coaching decisions, Kidd and JRs extended slumps, the benching of anyone that can hit a three, the overall futility of pretty much everyone.