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D'Antoni is a good coach, but he never said what Woodson did and that's 1 of the reasons it didn't work with Knicks
"I'm not going to deal with guys who have bad egos," Woodson told his veteran team before the first practice. "If they got a problem, they have to go. That's how I look at it."
Woodson's Knicks are 22-6 in the regular season since he replaced D'Antoni, the new Lakers coach.