The New York Knicks are such a mess, that management now has to enforce policies that promote positive thinking.
On the heels of Carmelo Anthony venting about all the veteran Knicks that he’s missing, the New York Post is reporting that Knicks management has handed down approach, the power of positive thinking.
With the Knicks an emotional train wreck, they’re trying a new approach — the Power of Positive Thinking.
Indications are a new edict has come down from above — either new president Steve Mills or owner James Dolan. Enough of the morose, hypercritical, gloom-and-doom talk, because it’s making matters worse. Even the normally pleasant Mills is walking around arenas with a blank expression.
In the past, Dolan has frowned upon coaches being too critical of players in the press. Woodson has been taken to task for perhaps being too tough publicly on Iman Shumpert.
Friday, Woodson responded to a question about Jason Kidd’s cup-throwing incident, saying: “I can’t comment on anything these days, not right now.’’
Whatever helps I guess.