Mike Woodson wants to coach Knicks again: 'I hope they call me'

Mike Woodson wants to coach Knicks again: 'I hope they call me'

Woodson, 60, was sacked by then-Knicks president Phil Jackson following the 2013-14 season - without a meeting - after the team missed the playoffs by one game.

"I was surprised when I wasn't [hired]", Vogel said, according to the New York Daily News.

Now that Phil Jackson is well out of the way, and Mills has more of a voice in process of hiring the next coach alongside general manager Scott Perry, maybe the second time will be the charm with Blatt.

The New York Knicks fired head coach Jeff Hornacek late Wednesday night after the 2017-18 regular season had officially come to a close. "I'm sure the front office, they will make the right decisions and build something that can go a long way", Porzingis said. It was reported Saturday that David Fizdale and Jerry Stackhouse were on the list of candidates that NY would interview. The torn ACL he suffered midway through this season is expected to keep him out for at least the first month or so of next season. He was averaging 22.7 points, 6.6 rebounds and an NBA-best 2.4 blocks per game at the time of his injury, earning his first career All-Star selection. The 38-year-old athlete seems to be all for it.

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Before meeting with Mills and Perry on Saturday, Porzingis, 22, reiterated that he wants to remain in NY long term. He was teammates at Princeton with Knicks' president Steve Mills, which made Blatt a rumored candidate for the NY before Hornacek was hired.

"I expect myself to heal like a lizard", Porzingis added. "Somebody calls me and gives me the opportunity to talk, I'd be happy to talk". It's an injury that even if everything is going smoothly, you still have to have a lot of patience, and you have to go step by step.

"For myself, of course". I want it to be mutual. But there's no timetable.

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