Dec 27 2013
4. Jason Kidd and Mike Woodson, Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks
In what is called the “mecca of basketball,” is it possible for the two franchises residing in New York City to actually get axed in the same season?
Well if you judge a book by its cover—or a team by its paltry record—than we believe it’s more than possible, it’s actually highly likely.
Kidd might only be in his first season as a coach on any level, but it’s clear he lacks leadership to coach at the NBA level—if at any.
And while Woodson has been a head coach for nine seasons, his Knicks team is miserable, lacking fundamentals, any defensive strategy whatsoever and zero continuity, often relying on Carmelo Anthony do to it all.
Both teams had extremely high expectations coming into the season, and with both currently out of the playoff race, both have fallen way short of reaching them.
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