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Woodson’s Job in Jeopardy Again?

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When the door to the Knicks practice session opened Tuesday afternoon, a stream of players scurried out of the locker room before the media could ask a question.

You know what they say about a sinking ship? The rats desert the ship and the captain goes down with it — and coach Mike Woodson may be on his last days afloat.

Left behind to explain the team’s latest round of troubles were Woodson and a pair of veterans, Tyson Chandler and Amar’e Stoudemire.

And what they had to say wasn’t exactly reassuring — Woodson’s words not encouraging for the team’s fading chances and in particular, the usually positive Stoudemire’s words not encouraging for Woodson, whom one league source said could be removed before the Feb. 20 trade deadline.

via Steve Popper of NorthJersey.com See more at: http://www.northjersey.com/sports/Popper_Mike_Woodson_in_trouble_as_Knicks_continues_to_flounder.html?page=all#sthash.ZRlk5YXg.dpuf

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