• Woodson on Knicks: 'Just didn't work out'

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Apr 27, 2014
    Former New York Knicks coach Mike Woodson acknowledged that things "just didn't work out" for him on the sideline this season but says he still wants to coach. Woodson's comments were the first he's offered in public since being fired by the Knicks. Woodson had one year remaining on the three-year contract he signed with the Knicks before the 2011-12 season. "I thank Jim Dolan, who gave me the opportunity to coach," Woodson said. So to be able to come back and coach the Knicks, which I never dreamed of doing that, was like a dream come true." But the Knicks struggled to meet expectations this season, finishing 37-45 and missing the playoffs for the first time in four seasons. He guided the Knicks to a 54-win regular season and a division title in 2012-13, in addition to their first playoff series win in 13 seasons.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Woodson wants another shot at coaching after Knicks exit

      Mike Woodson hopes there is another coaching job for him following his departure from the Knicks. "I've got to move on and close the chapter in this book and get ready for a new chapter because I still want to coach."

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