D’Antoni Worn Out His Welcome in New York

November 11th, 2009 by Leslie Monteiro Leave a reply »
Isiah Thomas returns to the local area tomorrow when his Florida International Panthers play the Monmouth Hawks at West Long Branch.

He feels good knowing the Knicks are worse without him, and he exonerated himself from his failures in an interview with NY Daily News college hoops writer Dick Weiss the other day by mentioning how his predecessors couldn't lead the Knicks to a championship.

David Stern urged Knicks boss James Dolan to fire Thomas and hire Donnie Walsh and Mike D'Antoni to lead that organization out of this mess, but so far, nothing worked with the team playing awful in this young season.

The Knicks CEO wonders if that is ever going to work out with everything turning into nothing with the new regime. Walsh proved that he is not an astute of talent, and D'Antoni struggles to get the most out of his team.

General managers rarely get fired after couple of years, but coaches do so D'Antoni should start worrying about his job security.

The Knicks coach failed to vow people going back to last season. The team exhibits lack of effort on most nights, and they don't play defense.

Fair or not, that's a ...

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