That whole "who's gonna coach the Knicks?" story that seemed likely to dominate the back pages of the New York tabloids through any sort of protracted coaching search never really materialized.
The Knicks chose instead to stick with what worked this past regular season.
Mike Woodson, the assistant coach who became the interim head coach, is now the official head coach. Signed to a three-year deal Woodson may end up coaching the trio of Carmelo Anthony, Amar'e Stoudemire and Tyson Chandler through the duration of their costly long-term deals.
Was inking Woodson the right move for the Knicks? Only time will tell. That's not to say there aren't opinions aplenty on the issue.
There are some decent reasons why Woodson might have been a good choice, there are better ones why he isn't. Here are eight of them.