During Dan D’Antoni’s three-plus seasons as a Knicks assistant coach, and even back in Phoenix before the 2007 NBA Draft, he lobbied for Ramon Sessions. D’Antoni is long gone and now head coach at Marshall, his alma mater, but Sessions is finally a Knick. D’Antoni, Rockets coach Mike D’Antoni’s brother, has known Sessions since he...
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By Marc Berman - Tuesday Aug 1, 2017
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By Marc Berman - Thursday Nov 2, 2017
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Jeff Hornacek didn’t finish the thought, preferring silence to criticism. The Knicks coach seemed ticked the Rockets played their starters until the buzzer in Monday night’s preseason contest at the Garden. “No, I’m not surprised,” Hornacek said, when asked if he was fine with the move by Rockets coach and former Knicks head man Mike...
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By Ben Fidler - Monday Aug 21, 2017
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