D'Antoni Resigns Amid Frustration
Listen ESPN NBA analyst Ric Bucher isn't surprised by Mike D'Antoni's resignation as Knicks coach. Bucher says John Calipari and Phil Jackson come to mind as replacements. Plus, he talks about Dwight Howard's level of commitment in Orlando.
Mike D'Antoni decided Wednesday he wasn't that guy. And so, he resigned, surprising even his bosses. "It wasn't just Carmelo," interim general manager Glen Grunwald said. "I think it was our whole team was not playing up to where we thought they could
Mike D'Antoni has resigned as head coach of the New York Knicks.
Knicks owner James Dolan said that D'Antoni felt it was best for the organization if he was no longer coach of the team.
It's a stunning move, particularly for a coach who understands that building a successful basketball team requires time, practice, luck and chemistry: Mike D'Antoni has resigned as coach of the Knicks after three-plus seasons