For a brief moment, it appeared the New York Knicks had finally figured out their struggles. But that appears to have been nothing more than a blip on the radar as the Knicks have lost four straight and things are stating to go south again.
We’ve heard the reports of head coach Mike Woodson confronting center Tyson Chandler and now according to the New York Daily News, general manager Chris Mills has not been impressed with Woodson this season.
But according to a source it was yet another reason for Woodson to be paranoid.
Mills was hired to replace Woodson’s friend and former college teammate, Glen Grunwald, and Mills has not been overwhelmed by Woodson’s job performance. The Daily News reported last week that both Dolan and Mills would like to see Woodson hold the players more accountable.
Mills of course doesn’t have the ability to fire Woodson without permission, though he does have the ear of those who would make the final decision.
It’s hard to think Woodson finishes out the season if the Knicks don’t have a pretty serious turnaround in the very near future.