The Knicks have a coach and it’s not Rambis! Marc and Jay give their thoughts on the new Knicks coach, what they expect to see this season and how this effects roster decisions. Some talk about the conference finals as well.
Marc and Jay talk about all the coaches that got signed and or didn’t interview with the Knicks, Phil is maybe secretly interviewing some coaches, the Knicks might be in the hunt for a draft pick, recapping the conference semifinals and previewing the conference finals
Marc, Jay, and Bri talk about all the coaches the Knicks didn’t interview and found jobs elsewhere, and their thoughts and predictions on the 2nd round of the playoffs
Marc and Jay give their final thoughts on the Knicks season, Kobe’s final game, Golden State breaking the wins record, and our predictions for the first round of the playoffs.
Marc and Jay talk about each round of the very not exciting first round of the playoffs, cover the almost nonexistent Knicks news for the week and still manage to have an insanely long show.
Marc and Jay talk about the Knicks turnaround, interview with a crazy fan, ex Knicks starting on championship contenders, developing young players, revisiting our preseason predictions, tons of emails, facebook questions and more
Marc and Jay predict the end of the season standings, the signing of Travis Wear, bathing in wine, Phil Jacksons scouting report and much more
Marc and Jay talk about the start of preseason, the triangle offense, who we expect to improve on offense and defense, a few of Melo’s questionable statements, expectations for the season and much more
Marc and Jay do mini episodes of Thunder, Pacer, Spurs and Heat podcasts, listener questions and more
Written by Nicholas McGowan
It can be sometimes hard to find the truth, in the case of the Knicks; it is always hard to find the truth. Behind the strict media policies that supposedly all Knicks employees must agree to, there seem to be a few people who continue to leak out information. For instance, a few days ago media reports had Steve Kerr joining the Golden State Warriors. Yet today I saw a report from CBS Sports that read “Steve Kerr seeking five-year, $30 million deal from Knicks. It’s amazing to see the drastic change from Kerr to Warriors to Kerr to Knicks. Remember when the word out of the Knicks was that they wanted to ink Kerr to a deal in early May? I do, yet today is May 12th and the longer this head coaching search drags out, the more possible landings spots for Kerr open up. The OKC Thunder who just blew a 16 point lead, might fire Scott Brooks, and if the Indiana Pacers lose (looks as though they will certainly play Miami at this point) there will certainly be rumblings about the security of Frank Vogel. The Knicks need to lock up Kerr now if they believe he is the man to lead the Knicks to a championship. The Knicks cannot afford to lose him, if a better situation pops up, one that is both better than the Warriors and Knicks situation, Kerr might bolt there. Since recent reports have Kerr coming to Knicks, I figured we should have some idea as how he might do as our coach. Continue reading