Mike Woodson says he doesn't know if he'll help Phil Jackson conduct exit interviews with Knicks players, but hopes to learn of his status as head coach in the near future.
Knicks president Phil Jackson is "widely expected" to fire coach Mike Woodson after the season, according to ESPN's Marc Stein.
Mike Woodson said on Thursday that this season has been "kind of a disaster ... in trying to get players to compete and play at a high level."
Knicks coach Mike Woodson may be fired before the Feb. 20 trade deadline, according to Steve Popper of The Record.
Marc Stein is reporting that Knicks owner James Dolan told the players on Thursday that no trades were happening and that no changes to the coaching staff were coming.
Carmelo Anthony said that Knicks players are "worried" coach Mike Woodson may lose his job if the team's nine-game losing streak continues.
Marc Berman of the New York Post speculates that a "blowout loss" to the Nets on Thursday "could trigger changes -- whether via trade or a coaching move."
Giving coach Mike Woodson a vote of support on Friday, Knicks owner James Dolan said, "I have a lot of confidence in Woodson, and one thing I can say about Mike is he has the respect of all the players."
Mike Woodson was fined $25,000 by the NBA for comments about officiating.
The Knicks and coach Mike Woodson have reached an agreement on a contract extension for the 2014-15 season.
The Knicks have hired former Madison Square Garden president Steve Mills as executive vice president and general manager.
Knicks head coach Mike Woodson is still unsure of his starting lineup and said that Carmelo Anthony, Tyson Chandler and Raymond Felton are the only three that are penciled in as starters.
The Knicks will target a point guard or interior help in June's draft, according to beat writer Jared Zwerling.
Mike Woodson's contract is reportedly not guaranteed beyond the 2013/14 season, a source told the New York Post.