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After becoming Knicks coach Mike Woodson reached the players, namely Carmelo Anthony by doing the opposite of
Woodson immediately challenged the players, told them he would hold them accountable and signed out his three best players. The results are undeniable.
Anthony is a different player and the Knicks are 34-11 under Woodson, who recounted the story earlier today on ESPN-New York Radio.
Woodson said: “I made it known when I was given the job in front of the team that I didn’t think Melo, Amar’e and Tyson – our key guys - that you don’t play hard enough and that I was going to hold everybody accountable, but I was mainly going to hold you three accountable for this ball club and when things didn’t go right I was going to point the finger at you guys because I know when things didn’t go right the media is going to point the finger at me. I think they got the message loud and clear.”