If there was ever a sign that maybe Mike Woodson should leave his job as head coach of the New York Knicks and go elsewhere, this is it. Sure, it's an incredible opportunity, but considering everything Woodson has had to sacrifice in order to secure the position, maybe it's not all it is cracked up to be. Check out this excerpt from a recent article from Frank Isola of the New York Daily News:  

Woodson has played the role of the good company man since being promoted. He accepted Dolan’s ground rules and fired his long-time agent, Keith Glass, because the Glass family had represented Dolan’s all-time adversary, Larry Brown. Woodson also allows himself to be followed by a Garden employee everywhere he goes, whether it’s at home games or on the road. Lastseason, the employee wouldn’t leave Woodson’s side as the coach met with family and friends outside the visiting team locker room in Atlanta. It was an awkward and uncomfortable scene.

Woodson allows himself to be followed by a Garden employee everywhere he goes? Seriously?! Even when he met his family in the visiting team locker room in Atlanta? That's unreal! But of course, if there was one owner capable of enacting this type of activity, it would be James Dolan.  

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[via Beyond The Buzzer]