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  1. Tuesday Bullets

    Henry Abbott

    No one seems to believe that Stan Van Gundy really quit to be with his family, except maybe Herb Williams and Jack McCallum, and they both seem to be hedging their bets.Mike Lupica makes a pretty strong case that Stan Van Gundy is a better coach than...

    Blog | December 13, 2005
  2. KnickerBlogger Does a Larry Brown Analysis

    Henry Abbott

    Knickerblogger crunches the numbers and learns that Larry Brown is a defensive wizard. His teams don't tend to improve on offense, however. But who cares. This Knicks team needs defense in the worst way The numbers also show that Herb Williams is no...

    Blog | July 27, 2005
  3. Larry Brown Meets James Dolan

    Henry Abbott

    Busy weekend in the Hamptons. After singing for a canary to reporters for weeks, now Larry Brown won't comment on the substance of their talks. That means there's news of some kind. And as Larry Brown plans to meet with Herb Williams on Monday, I'm ...

    Blog | July 25, 2005
  4. Isiah Thomas Owes Larry Brown a Favor

    Henry Abbott

    UPDATE: The New York Daily News says Larry Brown plans to talk to Herb Williams and James Dolan, signs this could all be official very quickly. I'm not a big fan of The New York Times columnist William C. Rhoden. He has great access to players, and ...

    Blog | July 23, 2005
  5. Herb Williams is Not Happy

    Henry Abbott

    Herb Williams has endured crappy treatment from Isiah Thomas all summer. One Bad Boy at a time, though, he's saying now--as he draws the line at Bill Laimbeer's reportedly telling folks that he (Laimbeer) will be the coach in New York if Larry Brown ...

    Blog | July 05, 2005
  6. Isiah Thomas Doing Wrong by Herb Williams

    Henry Abbott

    Have you been following this? On draft night, Thomas spoke about longtime Knick current New York Coach Herb Williams in the past tense. "He did a fine job when he was here," etc. Then on Wednesday, no doubt to smooth things over, Williams and Thomas...

    Blog | June 30, 2005