After taking over as the interim head coach for a Knicks team that stood at 18-24 last year, Mike Woodson has done nothing but achieve beyond expectations in his coaching tenure here in New York. After another impressive 100-84 win for the Knicks today versus the Philadelphia 76ers, Mike Woodson improved his regular season record to 20-6 as the head coach for the Knicks. Day by day, he’s putting the Knicks back on the basketball map and has the chance to make them a serious contender. From the time he took over, he has repeatedly said he wants to win the Atlantic Division so the Knicks can build on their goals towards the possibility of an NBA championship. He’s been getting winning results from his team and he’s keeping his players happy and Knicks fans optimistic that good fortune could be headed their way.
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