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Drop all 11 candidates for the Knicks coaching job



Drop all 11 candidates for the Knicks coaching job

With the end of their official season, the Knicks returned to the market to become head coaches and have 11 candidates known to be ready for an interview. There is a wide variety of experiences, backgrounds and connections to the organization, with president Leon Rose looking for someone who can take the Knicks “from development to become an eternal winner.”

Greg Joyce from the Post sees who will be spoken to during the process which he hopes will be completed next month:

Bio: Northport’s pride, Long Island, won its first NBA coaching head with the Nets in 2016 and saw them through their toughest years before awarding a surprise trip to the playoffs in 2019. His work was named by Kevin Durant as the reason he signed a contract with the Nets last season, but Atkinson never got the chance to train him after being fired in March. The 53-year-old man felt his voice was no longer heard and reportedly failed to connect with Durant and Kyrie Irving.

Known as: Player development is a gymnastic mouse calling card with competitive fire.

Knicks Connection: As well as being a client of the Creative Artist Body – whose basketball division is led by Rose – Atkinson is the Knicks assistant from 2008-12.

Mike Brown
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Mike Brown

Bio: Brown spent five years as LeBron head coach James and Cavaliers, setting a record 305-187 and going to the playoffs every year. They were Eastern Conference champions in 2007 but were swept away by Spurs in the NBA Finals. He was named the 2009 NBA Coach, but was fired in 2010 after leaving the initial playoffs. Brown was hired as Lakers head coach in 2011, and they made a playoff in his first season, but he got five matches in his second season. The 50-year-old was then re-employed by the Cavs for one season in 2013. Since 2016, Brown has been a Warriors staff member, sometimes filling in for Steve Kerr during his back injury.

Known as: Experienced coach with strong defense sharpness.

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Knicks Connection: Interviewed for the Knicks job in 2018 before he went to David Fizdale.

Bio: Over the past six years, Delany has been an assistant to coaching staff Steve Clifford – with the Hornets from 2014-18 and Magic for the past two years. He also handled the head coach’s assignment for the Magic summer league team in 2019. The Saint Anselm College 2002 graduate began his NBA career as a video apprentice for the Celtics before spending 11 years in the Heat organization as a video intern, video coordinator and talent scout. Also has head training experience from the season with the G-League Heat affiliate, Sioux Falls Skyforce.

Known as: Entrusted with the ultimate game strategy of Magic, per ESPN.

Knicks Connection: Has been a coach under Clifford, a former Knicks assistant, and was reportedly considered to be a Fizdale staff member in 2018.

Kenny Atkinson, Tom Thibodeau and Mike Woodson
Kenny Atkinson, Tom Thibodeau and Mike WoodsonAP; Getty Images; Anthony J. Causi

Bio: Atkinson’s colleague teammate in Richmond, Fleming became the top assistant coach for the Bulls in 2019 after spending three years as an assistant for Atkinson and the Nets. New Jersey products were played professionally in Germany before becoming a coach there. The 50-year-old returned to the United States in 2014 and worked as a Spurs staff member in the NBA summer league (with Will Hardy, for head coach Ime Udoka) before joining the Nuggets staff as an assistant for the 2015-16 season.

Known as: Offensive mind which is a strong communicator and teacher.

Knicks Connection: There is no

Bio: The youngest member of this list, 32-year-old Hardy is seen as the successor to Gregg Popovich with Spurs. He has been an assistant coach of Popovich since 2016 and has worked in the organization for 10 years, starting as an internship in basketball operations and moving forward. Hardy served as the team’s summer league coach from 2015-18 and was also the video coordinator of Team USA for the 2019 FIBA ​​World Cup.

Known as: A smart basketball mind that has mastered many aspects of the game.

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Knicks Connection: There is no

Jason Kidd
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Bio: After playing point guard for 19 seasons in the Hall of Fame career, Kidd was immediately appointed as head coach of the Nets in 2013. They went 44-38 that season and defeated the Raptors in the first round of the playoffs before being eliminated. Kidd then tried to seize more power in the front office, but a failed coup backfired, which caused him to be traded to Milwaukee for two second-round choices. The 47-year-old helped reverse the Bucks, with a pair of playoff appearances before being sacked in 2018. Last summer, Kidd joined the Lakers as assistant coach.

Known as: Role in the success of Giannis Antetokounmpo.

Knicks Connection: Kidd ended his playing career in the Knicks uniform, playing for Mike Woodson in 2012-13.

Bio: Prior to the 2019-20 season, Miller was a college coach who had been a G-League assistant with Spurs then taking over as head coach of the Westchester Knicks in 2015. The 2017-18 G-League of the Year coach joined Fizdale’s Staff as assistant in the year 2019, only to be in the spotlight in December when he was appointed as interim coach over Fizdale’s dismissal. Miller, 55, led the Knicks to a record 17-27 before COVID-19 suspended the season.

Known as: Background of player development and professionalism as the voice of the organization.

Knicks Connection: Provisional coach for the last 44 matches of the season.

Jamahl Mosley
Jamahl MosleyThe AP

Bio: Mosley is in his fifth season as assistant coach for the Mavericks and in his second year as the team’s defense coordinator. The 41-year-old has also coached the Mavs summer league team for the past three years. Before joining the Dallas staff, Mosley spent four years as Cavaliers assistant coaches and five years with the Nuggets – three as assistant coach / player development and two worked on player development and scouting.

Known as: Player development, defensive minded and strong communicator.

Knicks Connection: There is no

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Bio: Considered a pioneer for the Knicks work, Thibodeau was previously the head coach of the Bulls and Timberwolves. The 62-year-old was the NBA Coach of the Year in 2011, his first season with the Bulls, when he led them to a 62-20 record and a trip to the Eastern Conference finals. He took the Bulls to the playoffs for five years, but was sacked in 2015 after reporting tensions with the front office. He was hired as head coach and president of the Timberwolves in 2016 and made a playoff in 2018 before being sacked in 2019, reportedly for being too harsh on young players.

Known as: Thibodeau had built his resume on his tireless work ethic and defense scheme, which he later recognized as an assistant.

Knicks Connection: The former Knicks assistant from 1996-2003 was a CAA client.

Ime Udoka
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Ime Udoka

Bio: Another member of the Popovich coaching tree, after playing three seasons for the Spurs head coach then began his coaching career there. After retiring in 2012, he became assistant coach for Spurs – spending seven years there, including two as the organization’s summer league coach. In 2019, the 42-year-old player went to become assistant leader of the 76ers after conducting interviews for the Cavaliers’ work.

Known as: Development of players and forming strong relationships with players.

Knicks Connection: Played eight games for the Knicks in 2006.

Bio: The last coach who led the Knicks to the playoffs, Woodson returned to interview seven years – and three coaches, plus two temporary – then, after also interviewing in 2018. The 62-year-old coach led the Knicks for two seasons from 2012-14 (in addition to assignments as caretaker coach), set a 109-79 record and advanced to the Eastern Conference semifinals in 2013. But a slow start the following season eventually led to the Woodson shooting. Previously spent six years as head coach of the Hawks, being 206-286 with three playoff appearances.

Known as: Build good relations with players but also hold them accountable.

Knicks Connection: Drafted by the Knicks in 1980 and played one season in New York, then returned as head coach for three years. CAA Client.

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Another Portuguese club declared insolvent



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After Académica OAF, another Portuguese club is in a delicate position.

SAD CD Cova da Piedade, a team that played in the Portuguese Second League until 2021, has become the latest Portuguese sports organization to file for insolvency.

After being relegated due to failing to submit all legal paperwork to play in the Segunda Liga in 2021/2022, Margem Sul’s SAD ended up playing in Ligue 3 and decided to suspend seniors this season and juniors. football 19.

In a conversation with Lusa, club president Paulo Veiga said he was waiting “further position from the club’s legal department.” However, the club, which is also one of the largest creditors of SAD do Cova da Piedade, is confident of a football asset as early as next season: “Guaranteed next season we will have a senior team and a junior team representing the colors of Cova da Piedade.”

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Prize for the Portuguese. Andre Silva is Champions League Player of the Week



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BUTndre Silva won the competition and became the best player of the week in the Champions League, informed UEFAthis Thursday.

The former Porto striker scored in Jota’s 3-1 victory over Celtic Leipzig, scoring a brace in a match that was signed after his Portuguese compatriot equalized.

In addition, Andre Silva also provided the assist for Nkunku, scoring the first goal of this Wednesday’s game in which huge show of foreign fans.

In addition to the Leipzig striker, Di Maria (Juventus), Bellingham (Borussia Dortmund) and Di Lorenzo (Napoli) also fought in the fight for the prize, but it was the Portuguese who managed to smile after voting for the third round of the competition, the famous This Thursday is the fair.

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Eternal Portuguese deja vu – Renaissance



Eternal Portuguese deja vu - Renaissance

At the end of the summer of 1972, exactly half a century ago, SEDES – Associação para o Desenvolvimento Económico e Social (the most famous reformist think tank during Marseilles) issued a document for the country entitled “Portugal: The country we are, the country we want to be “. The Marseille spring had already turned into autumn: Américo Thomas had just been re-elected, the colonial war had dragged on, repression had intensified, and an economic crisis was already brewing. Seeing the general frustration, and at the same time willing to go against it, the signatories of CEDES began by asking “Where will we be and how will we be in 1980?” to criticize the obstacles that overshadowed Portugal in the early 1970s.

Among the “problems that are getting worse without a solution”, emigration stood out, indicating the country’s inability to offer better living and working conditions to those who left; the growing inflationary process, reflected in the cost of living; the inevitability of economic integration in Europe when the country is not ready for international commercial competition; “disaggregation of regional economies” with “continuous depopulation of municipalities and regions” within the country; or “deterioration of public administration” when the government fails to promote a “prestigious, moralized, revitalized and efficient public sector”. “No one will have any difficulty,” continued the text, “to add to a new list of urgent questions that seriously endanger national life, about which much has been said and which, year after year, continue to wait for a sufficient solution.” Therefore, “the prevailing feeling in the country” in contemplation of the recent past and present could not but be “annoyance at urgent battles, the need for which was endlessly discussed, at decisions that were changed or postponed, and at rejected goals” or which were not clearly formulated ” .

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Between “untapped resources” and/or “lack of organizational and decision-making capacity” there was “widespread anxiety” stemming from the inevitable observation that “we are very far from the results that we could achieve thanks to the progress of the Portuguese and Portugal”. This was the macro goal of the reformist, humanist and liberalizing technocrats that SEDES brought together. “Ultimately,” they reminded Marcelo Cayetano, “the real obstacle can only be associated with the low political priority of economic and social development in our country.” So, in short, there was an urgent need to “radically change our economic, social and political way of life”, since “a national balance based on general anemia, repression and weakening of various participants” is unsustainable and pernicious.

SEDES did not know that the Estado Novo would fall in April 1974, that democracy would come in 1976, and Europe from the EEC (after EFTA) in 1986 of repression, finally gained the freedom that was discussed between the lines of the 1972 manifesto ., there would be conditions for solving (almost) all economic and social problems of development and cohesion.

Fifty years have passed since this manifesto, and almost the same number has already been in democracy. However, if we compare the above quotes with the Portuguese present, the feeling of deja vu is indescribable. SEDES wondered what the country would be like in 1980 and is wondering today (in its recent study “Ambition: Doubling GDP in 20 Years”) where we will be in 2040. It may be a replay of a sad fate: knowing (some) where to go, but never getting there!

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