The Knicks’ season may be over but we have a summer full of intrigue out of MSG to look forward to. Here’s the latest on the orange and blue..
- At the urging of Garden management, head coach Mike Woodson has decided to drop agent Joe Glass as he negotiates a new deal, writes Frank Isola of the New York Daily News. Glass is also the agent for Larry Brown and the Knicks are still bitter over the coach’s tumultuous season with the club. Woodson, who has denied that he is in talks for a new contract, is believed to be signing with CAA.
- Woodson’s refusal to name Jeremy Lin as the team’s starting point guard next season indicates that he would like a veteran at the helm, writes Al Iannazzone of Newsday.
- Despite the criticism that he has endured as of late, forward Amare Stoudemire insists that one couldn’t ask for a better core than himself, Carmelo Anthony, and Tyson Chandler, Iannazzone writes.
- Earlier today we rounded up another batch of Knicks notes and Sam Amick of Sports Illustrated had some news on what may be in store for the franchise.