If Woodson has learned from his time in Atlanta, like Belichek learned from his time with the Browns, we could be on to something. #Knicks.
— Drewpreme (@Drewpreme) December 12, 2012
Tommy Dee, theKnicksBlog.comIt’s such a great thought. I’ve been beyond impressed with Woodson out of time outs and being the tactician to get open buckets. Offensively, like it or not, he learned a lot from D’Antoni. This is the veteran team that can sustain and make a push until June. They are playing together with a common goal and no distractions. Success can take time with coaches and, like Belichick, your vision can take time to build. The star player and the coach are on the same page and they are playing winning ball on both sides. It is really fun to watch.