Knicks Notes: Van Gundy, Woodson, Tyler

We’ve already taken a look at one struggling New York team this morning, having rounded up a few Nets updates. Let’s head over to Manhattan and check in on the city’s other sub-.500 NBA franchise….

  • Appearing on ESPN Radio in New York today, Jeff Van Gundy dismissed speculation that he might replace Mike Woodson as the Knicks’ head coach, suggesting that the team’s problems are roster-related rather than coaching-related (all Twitter links via Frank Isola of the New York Daily News).
  • Jeremy Tyler has returned to action for the D-League’s Erie BayHawks and the Knicks are “closely monitoring” his progress, according to Marc Berman of the New York Post. A source tells Berman (Twitter link) that New York will likely wait at least three to five games before considering re-adding Tyler, who was in camp with the team before undergoing stress fracture surgery.
  • Daniel Leroux of examines what the Knicks’ future core might look like, particularly if the team decides Carmelo Anthony isn’t the answer as the long-term cornerstone of the roster.
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3 thoughts on “Knicks Notes: Van Gundy, Woodson, Tyler

  1. Marinersforever71

    If the Knicks are out of the Eastern Conference playoff race, Carmelo Anthony to the Washington Wizards may not be a bad idea in exchange for Trevor Ariza or Martel Webster, Garrett Temple, and next year’s or 2015 draft pick. Carmelo/Gortat/Hilario/Wall/Ariza or Webster can make the team very dangerous that no one wants to play against including the Miami Heat in the playoffs. Ernie Grunfeld & company should consider making the trade around the deadline if those players can stay healthy.


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