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The New York Knicks are in the final stages of contract negotiations with Mike Woodson and are expected to make him their coach in the coming days, a source with knowledge of the negotiations told ESPNNewYork.com.

The deal could be announced as soon as the end of this week, according to the source.

"They're just waiting on paperwork," the source said.

"The job's his," a second source familiar with negotiations said. "It's just a matter of time."

The two sides are working on a multiyear deal, a team source confirmed.

Woodson took over as coach on an interim basis when Mike D'Antoni stepped down March 14. Under Woodson, the Knicks finished the regular season 18-6 and in seventh place in the Eastern Conference. He coached the team to a win in Game 4 of its first-round playoff series against the Miami Heat, which snapped the franchise's NBA-record 13-game postseason losing streak.

Woodson has received the support of many Knicks players, among them Carmelo Anthony, Amare Stoudemire and Jeremy Lin.

Anthony has shown the strongest support for the 54-year-old Woodson.

"I'm hopeful he's back," Anthony said earlier this month. "There's no need to try to change it up now. I'm a big believer in sticking with what you have."

When D'Antoni first stepped down, Phil Jackson, the former Knicks player and Bulls and Lakers coach, and Kentucky coach John Calipari were mentioned as potential replacements.

But there was no indication that the 66-year-old Jackson would come out of retirement -- one team source said that the Knicks did not reach out to Jackson -- and Calipari repeatedly has denied interest in leaving Kentucky. New York was hesitant to reach out to Jackson because of his age and the hefty contract offer that it would likely take to entice him to take the job.

Woodson is longtime friends with Knicks general manager Glen Grunwald. Woodson and Grunwald played college basketball together at Indiana.

Many believe Woodson's candidacy for the full-time job greatly improved when the Knicks removed the interim tag from Grunwald's title late in the regular season. But Grunwald said at the time that hiring the team's next coach would be an "organizational" decision, not his alone. He was, however, highly complimentary of Woodson.

"Woody's done a fantastic job. I can't give him enough credit for the job he's done since he's been here," Grunwald said in late April. "Normal coaching changes don't result in such a dramatic improvement in a team's performance so I think that speaks very well of him."

Woodson, who coached the Atlanta Hawks to the playoffs in three of his six seasons with the club, declined comment through a team spokesman. A team spokesman also declined comment when asked about the state of negotiations between Woodson and the Knicks.

Earlier this month, Woodson split with his agent, Keith Glass.

Glass is the son of Joe Glass, who represented former Knicks coach Larry Brown during his stormy one-season tenure in New York. Brown, who signed a five-year, $50 million deal with the Knicks, reached an $18.5 million settlement with the club after being fired.
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there's a chance NYK might play one game overseas (London most likely) in January and also NYK are 1 of 3 teams this season to be on national TV the max amount of times allowed (25) the other 2 are OKC and Mia
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"Anthony said he's admired newest Knick PG Pablo Prigioni from afar and got to speak with him after Argentina game. Melo said his USA teammates also think he can play. “I’ve always liked him even before we signed him,’’ Anthony said. “Playing against him in international basketball. I got to talk to him after the game (Sunday). I told him be ready for training camp, be ready for the #Knicks. We had some laughs and jokes after the game.’’ "
 4 years ago '04        #9088
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By committing to a "win now" mentality, the Knicks are putting their money where their mouth is, signing veteran leaders and role players to surround their stars.

In doing so, New York has had to spend more money this offseason, making the necessary sacrifices to lure in proven talents.

As the team still has at least one (two if the team chooses not to retain Chris Copeland) spot to fill on their fifteen man roster, Knicks General Manager Glen Grunwald may be, at this point, looking for a couple diamonds in the rough.

Grunwald was present at the Basketball City facility yesterday in New York City for the "RBA Sports Summer Showcase." His attendance came just a day after the Knicks' G.M. met with RBA Sports client Tony Taylor Jr. and gave him a tour of the team's training facilities in Westchester.

Taylor Jr. hit the hardwood yesterday ready to prove himself to an array of NBA team representatives. The Nets and Grizzlies were also amongst the teams present at the workout.

A George Washington University alum, Taylor Jr. demonstrated some of the great playmaking ability many around him rave about. It's easy to see the young point guard is a smart player with stellar instincts. He looks for his teammates and knows how to find them in the right spots.

Though Taylor Jr. was clearly the best floor general at the workout, what he wasn't quite able to show off was his strength. Having been compared to the likes of Chauncey Billups and Jeremy Lin, one would have expected the Sleepy Hollow native to penetrate to the basket a little more often.

While he did indeed have a strong showing, the workout wasn't all about Taylor Jr. Many other notable NBA prospects thrived despite the immense amount of pressure.

Among those to impress was Kayode Ayeni. Ayeni displayed a strong jump shot, making it rain from both corners during scrimmages. Despite having spent training camp last year with the Erie Bayhawks, a Knicks D-League affiliate, Ayeni's physical frame is perplexing. He's listed as a 6'6 forward who weighs 180 pounds. If he were able to bulk up just a bit, his consistent shooting could earn him an opportunity.

Rashad Bishop was another wing who had a strong showing during scrimmages as well. He too displayed a consistent jumper, connecting on a bevy of passes from Taylor Jr. Unlike Ayeni, Bishop is 220 pounds and therefore was able to hold his own on the defensive end as well. The forward played in Brazil last season.

Past NBA D-League participant Vernon Goodridge was among the better big men part of yesterday's workout. The 6'10 forward rebounded the ball well and displayed some high-flying athleticism as he dunked home quite a few put-back buckets. Having said that, Goodridge failed to really use his strength to his advantage. The big man could have essentially dominated the workout, had he used his frame to muscle his way around and get inside more often.

All the mentioned players did a decent job of giving the NBA representatives a taste of what they could do, but perhaps the most (pleasantly) surprising display came from 28 year old Brian Kortovich. A 6'0, 180 pound guard, Kortovich may not look like your typical NBA player at first glance. But the fact is the Manhattan College alum can shoot with the best of the them.

Kortovich was aggressive in his shot selection. He wasn't afraid to take a number of bold shots, but never seemed to fail at knocking them down either. One of the best shooters in the entire workout, Kortovich even began to outplay Taylor Jr. during the early goings of the scrimmages. The guard with a sweet shooting stroke played in Israel last season, but has been in training camp with the Knicks and Nets over the last three years as well.

There was certainly enough talent to observe and take note of during yesterday's "RBA Sports' Summer Showcase," so it's entirely possible Grunwald and the Knicks may end up giving a couple of these guys a shot during training camp. More to come as it develops.
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LONDON — Pablo Prigioni a.ssured Knicks fans they have nothing to worry about at the point-guard position without Jeremy Lin.

Prigioni, starting point guard for Argentina’s medal-contending Olympic squad, said he is more of a pass-first point guard than Lin, and the club will be solid with a three-headed platoon of Raymond Felton, Jason Kidd and himself.

“I think we have at that position everything, Prigioni said Saturday in an interview at a remote high school in East London. “Raymond can score more. Jason and [I] can run the team. I feel we have many options at that position. Fans will be happy and enjoy our game.’

“Jeremy is more a scorer. He likes to shoot more. I saw him play 10 games. I’m not this kind of player. I like the team to play good, pass the ball, find open shots. I like to play smart — if someone’s hot, pass the ball to him.’’

Prigioni, 35, confirmed the Knicks pursued him for four years. In the past, he elected to stay in the Spanish League, where he has been a stalwart since 1999-2000 and was once Jose Calderon’s backup.

“It’s more important to me the people from New York showed me they wanted me to go and play and really feel I can help the team — 10 minutes, 20 minutes, 30 minutes,’’ Prigioni said. “Doesn’t matter. They’re very interested. Not only this year, but the last four years they followed me. In the past it wasn’t a good situation to go. This year was better. I finished my contract and they talked to me at the right time. They are pretty sure I can help the team.’’

Prigioni got a big endorsement Saturday from Argentine teammate Manu Ginobili.

“He’s been one of the best point guards in Europe for many years,’’ Ginobili said. “He’s a great point guard, but many times it’s opportunity. I have complete confidence in him. He’s a great player, great character. Not shy of taking a tough position and making a big shot.’’

Prigioni signed a one-year deal for the minimum of $473,000, turning down two years so he can prove himself.

“Before, he was thinking about his financial status,’’ Ginobili said. “Now he thought, ‘I have a great opportunity in New York and want to take it.’ I’ve talked to him a lot about not letting opportunities get away. Then you’re 45, retired and may think, ‘What if?’ ’’

Prigioni, whose Argentine team will face Team USA Aug. 6, thinks he can be a perfect feeder for Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire. He is known for his pick-and-roll play.

“For me it’s great, the way how I play,’’ Prigioni said. “It’s great to have wonderful player like that and I like to play for my teammates and try to give the ball at the right moment and exploit his talents. That’s how I think as a point guard. I don’t want to score 30 points. I want to play for my teammates.’’

As reported in The Post, Prigioni visited the Knicks in mid-June.

“They invite me to go there a couple of days wanted to watch my body and the medical people check how I am,’’ Prigioni said. “They told me exactly what they want from me.’’

Anthony was asked two days ago about playing in London with the Knicks and he said he would “love to come back.’’ The Knicks will. A source said the Knicks-Pistons game Jan. 17 will be staged in London, though the league hasn’t announced it.
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Thank You Based Hahn

Amar'e Stoudemire finds it amazing that he is now the most tenured current Knick on the roster. What might be even more amazing is that Carmelo Anthony is right behind him with the second-longest consecutive service as a Knickerbocker.

And as the dust now settles after the latest roster overhaul, the team that will start the 2012-13 season is now in place. The last four years have seen perpetual change and this year the team returns just six players, with Amar'e and Melo as the centerpieces, but there are several other familiar faces, too, as Raymond Felton, Marcus Camby and Kurt Thomas are back for a second stint in New York.

The signing of Ronnie Brewer, which was announced last week, all but completed a roster that is now at 14 players, with 13 on guaranteed contracts. The 14th, forward Chris Copeland, is on a one-year non-guaranteed deal. The 15th (and final) spot may go to one more veteran to improve the depth of the frontcourt, with names such as Lou Amundson, Kenyon Martin, Chris Andersen, Yi Jianlian and Shawne Williams (among many others) still looking for a home. The team may go in another direction, however, and use that 15th spot for D-League call-ups, with the likes of Wesley Witherspoon, D.J. Kennedy and Artie Parakhouski catching the eyes of scouts during the NBA Summer League. Those players could wind up with the Knicks' D-League affiliate in Erie and come up when or if needed.

Having an open roster spot allows for some flexibility. For those wondering, the NBA allows a maximum of 15 players on the roster and the active roster per game has been raised to 13. D-League players can only be called-up when there is a roster spot available.

As things stand right now, the potential starting lineup would be Felton and Brewer in the backcourt, with Melo, Amar'e and Tyson Chandler in the frontcourt. The first four off the bench in a nine-man rotation would likely be Jason Kidd, J.R. Smith, Steve Novak and Camby. This is also not including injured Iman Shumpert, who is not likely to return from injury until January, while Argentine point guard Pablo Prigioni also figures to get backcourt burn.

What Mike Woodson has to work with here is a versatile group of 10 (including Shumpert) that is unquestionably tougher than last year's group. The additions of Felton and Brewer alone prove that, along with the experience that Kidd and Camby bring. This is a team built in a defensive-minded mold and it will be interesting to see how quickly that kind of personality can be developed and how quickly that kind of reputation can be earned. Remember, for most of the last four years, the Knicks have been regularly labeled -- and unfairly last season -- as a bad defensive team.

"A lot of people want to play defense," Brewer said in an interview with WFAN last week, "but some people just don't have the ability to do it."

Brewer, for one, gives Woodson options late in games when the team needs to get stops to protect a lead. For instance, if Stoudemire is struggling, Brewer can slide down play the wing and Woodson can move Anthony to the power forward spot, where we've seen him thrive before (especially in the international game) and where he is actually a better defender and rebounder. Brewer's presence also allows Woodson to keep Carmelo from having to exclusively guard the likes of LeBron James and Paul Pierce. If you've paid close attention, those players rarely spend the entire game checking Melo, but because of the lack of man power, Melo has almost always had to check them.

James White, who signed a one-year deal and played in three summer league games just to get himself acclimated with Woodson's system, also hopes to figure into the wing rotation. White will be an interesting player to watch in training camp as part of the second unit while Shumpert is out. There is some thought that Smith could be the starter at the shooting guard spot over Brewer, but Smith's offense may be better suited off the bench, especially with the chemisty he and Steve Novak developed as key reserves last season. Smith also made it clear he would be happy to play wherever Kidd is playing, which is an indication he would remain open to staying in a reserve role.

In the backcourt, Kidd can still play some point but also has transformed his game later in his career to slide over to the off-guard position as a three-point threat and playmaker, which would make room for Prigioni, who is a self-described pass-first point guard.

"That's how I think as a point guard," Prigioni told the New York Post. "I don't want to score 30 points. I want to play for my teammates."

More on Prigioni later, but this depth and experience in the backcourt also allows Shumpert to take the necessary time to make a full comeback from his knee injury and avoid the pressure of rushing his return because of a hole in the lineup. Backcourt depth (mainly because of health) was a major Achilles Heel for the Knicks last season.

Shumpert, 22, for now, remains the youngest player on the roster but at least Woodson can't call him 'Rook' anymore. It will be interesting to see if Woody takes to using the term of endearment for Prigioni, who, at 35, will be the NBA's oldest rookie. But he won't be one of the Knicks' oldest players. In fact, there will be three players -- Kidd, Camby and Kurt Thomas -- older than Prigioni.

Overall the Knicks will be one of the NBA's oldest teams. The 14-man roster will open training camp with an average age of 30.4 years of age. The projected starting five, however, has an average age of 28.2 and the projected 10-man rotation, including Shumpert, will be 29.5 years.

NOT ABOUT THE MONEY

If the Heat and Celtics have proved anything over the last few seasons, its that attracting key players at a discount are extremely important to the success of superteams. Brewer is one player who turned down more lucrative offers to take a one-year flier to play for the Knicks at the veterans minimum. Brewer, 27, is a well-respected defensive player who brings similar intangibles that the departed Landry Fields brought (and is similarly a mediocre perimeter shooter) and there's no question there will be a logjam for minutes once Shumpert returns. But this was a good gamble for Brewer, who became a free agent when the Bulls declined to pick up a $4.37 million team option on his contract, could get himself a good payday next summer if he has a strong season in New York.

"It didn't come down to money," Brewer said in the WFAN interview. "It's where you want to go and where you feel comfortable."

Prigioni will be one of the lowest paid players on the team at the rookie minimum of $473,000. Prigioni, who has been a highly-paid star in Europe for most of his career, came to the Knicks after a few years of flirting with the idea of testing his skills at the NBA level.

"It's more important to me the people of New York showed me they wanted me to go and play and really feel I can help the team," Prigioni said in a New York Post story.

Prigioni said the Knicks have been recruiting him for the last four years and the opportunity came this year when he became a free agent. Manu Ginobili, who has been Prigioni's backcourt mate for years with the Argentine national team, said he encouraged the move.

"I've talked to him a lot about not letting opportunities get away," Ginobili told reporters in London. "Then you're 45, retired and may think, 'What if?'"

SEASON'S GREETINGS

The NBA didn't listen to our suggestion that the 2012-13 season should open with the Knicks and Nets, but the league did decide to begin the New York basketball season that way. After the league opens on Oct. 30 with the traditional championship ring ceremony -- and Ray Allen in a Heat uniform, wow -- with Celtics-Heat, the Knicks begin two nights later in the Nets' new arena in Brooklyn. It should be a wild and fun night and possibly the start of a long-awaited true rivalry between the neighboring franchises.

It does seem the NBA wants to get the sparks flying early, as the Knicks and Nets will meet three times within the first six weeks of the season. They will also be a featured matchup on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Though it will be the usual 41 home games and 41 road games and certainly a welcome return to normalcy after last season's lockout-shortened 66-game madness, this is going to be a challenging schedule for a team looking to end a 40-year championship drought. The season opens in Brooklyn and the very next night the Madison Square Garden opener will have LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and the defending champion Heat on the marquee. Nothing like hitting the ground running.

In fact, the first 10 games of the season are a grind, with a home-and-home, back-to-back against the Philadelphia 76ers and road games at San Antonio and Memphis in the stretch. November brings nine of 15 games on the road.

As usual, the Knicks will be a regular feature on every holiday throughout the winter, but for the first time in years they will not host a Christmas Day game. Instead, the Knicks will be in Los Angeles to play the Lakers as the showcase game on ABC. They will host the Trail Blazers on New Year's Day (in the evening) and after hosting the Nets for MLK Day, the Knicks will be back in Los Angeles to play the Clippers on St. Patrick's Day and then host the Celtics on Easter Sunday.

The Knicks are also expected to be featured in an NBA Europe game on Jan. 17, when Melo, Tyson and Prigioni will return to London to play a regular season game against the Detroit Pistons. The league has yet to officially announce this, but several reports have indicated this to be the plan.

The Knicks will also be among the most nationally-televised teams and all of us as MSG Network will be there every step of the way, as well. After the opener in Brooklyn is on TNT, we open the season with the Heat game on Nov. 2. Yes, that is also the return of Friday Night Knicks, the Emmy Award-winning production that features Robert Randolph and the Family Band's theme music. The Knicks have 15 Friday Night Knicks dates this season and for those concerned about the team's recent struggles on Friday night and connecting them to the award-winning theme, Randolph tweeted to the fellas at the great fan blog, Posting & Toasting, "OK, I'll write a new song!"

Gonna go out on a limb here and say those losses had nothing to do with the song. But if RR wants to build on his Emmy success, we're all for it.

Jeremy Lin was one player who was immune to the Friday Night struggles, as his signature game -- 38 points against the Lakers -- came on a Friday Night Knicks broadcast. And Lin will be back on Friday Night Knicks on Nov. 23, when he and the Rockets host the Knicks in Houston. Lin then makes his one and only appearance at the Garden on Dec. 17 (a Monday, for the record), when he comes in with the Rockets.

OLYMPIC UPDATE

The London Games opened over the weekend and USA Basketball began pool play on Sunday with a 98-71 win over France. Melo had nine points and nine rebounds in 17 minutes and struggled with his shooting at 3 for 10 from the field. His field goal attempts were the second-highest on the team behind Kevin Durant, who led the U.S. with 22 points on 6 of 13 shooting. Chandler had eight points, nine rebounds, three a.ssists and a blocked shot in a very effective and efficient 11 minutes against former Knick Ronny Turiaf. Melo and Tyson joined Durant as the leading rebounders for the U.S.

Chandler, the only true center on the team, has struggled with foul trouble, but this time it was Melo who had three early fouls. The NBA stars are still adjusting to international officiating.

"There were some calls where we looked up and were like, 'What are we doing wrong?'," Anthony told reporters in London.

France took advantage of early fouls by the U.S. to keep it close through the first quarter, but by the second half the game turned into a rout.

"They got us to foul them a lot," Anthony said. "In the second half, once we figure it out, really settled down on the defensive end, our defense really took off."

Good to hear Melo not only talk about defense as a primary focus, but manage to play so effectively in a team concept despite a poor shooting night. How this carries over into the season will be something to watch once October arrives.

For now, the next game for Melo, Tyson and the Americans is Tuesday against Tunisia.
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dark horse for the final spot is Josh Howard, who Melo has cosigned

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Josh Howard expected to make his decision on where he's play this week.....some Haze from the Heights can possibly lean him towards NY
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JR's broski, Chris has been invited to training camp
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JR's broski, Chris has been invited to training camp
fu*k it, who knows this might actually workout for us.
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 stackmatics said:
fu*k it, who knows this might actually workout for us.
and if it doesn't, does nothing to hurt us financially since it's non-guaranteed just like Copeland...they either play good enough to make the team or bye bye and we sign at least another vet...both these rooks can benefit since they both guys on the vets on the roster who can possibly mentor them since they are similar in some capacity. Copeland is an undersized forward and can learn from Kurt on how to maximize his potential in that regard, Smith is more of a two guard playing the 1 (sometimes), J. Kidd can teach him how to improve his guard play on both the 1 or 2. been saying for a minute, i hope Chris made the team for one reason, maybe it'll help JR mature a bit more to be a better example for the lil broski...can only hope in that regard
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Any update on josh howard? if he signs melo may finally have a dependable backup
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 dj ac said:
Any update on josh howard? if he signs melo may finally have a dependable backup
nothing yet....said he would make his decision this week but i'm shocked he hasn't yet...Golden State was on his list but with the two acquisitions, safe to take them off the list.

if Howard comes, Copeland's invite should be gone unless they wanna make Smith and Copeland battle for the OFFICIAL 15 spot on the roster...assuming those are the only two guys that get an invite. IMO, Artsiom Parakhousk should get an invite too, he impressed me a bit more than Copeland did in summer league
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the good thing about having 2 non-guaranteed contracts is the ability to shipping them both down to the d-league and use spots on players that help us now
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