The New York Knicks won’t be making a head coaching change this season as the team will reportedly retain head coach Jeff Hornacek.
Knicks general manager Scott Perry recently commented about Hornacek’s future with the team, according to the New York Post’s Marc Berman.
“No, we’re not looking to make any changes… We’re evaluating the entire season. Jeff and his group are working really hard with this basketball team and doing the very best they can and obviously this is an adversity for them to deal with KP being out, but I’m confident that they’ll be able to do a good job of keeping this team playing hard and playing together.’’
The Knicks are likely to target a higher profile head coach in the offseason with Mark Jackson topping the list of potential candidates who could fit nicely into the Knicks’ future plans.
Bulls’ Wendell Carter Jr. Guarantees He Will Be Big Contributor to Future Success
Chicago Bulls rookie Wendell Carter Jr. is dedicated to helping the franchise return a winning culture, and says that he is ready to put the team on his shoulders to accomplish the feat of rebuilding a winning culture.
“I’m always up for a challenge,” Carter Jr said, during an interview with Jon Greenberg of The Athletic. “I’m not afraid to fail. If I’m going to fail, I’m going to do it hard. I’m going to go hard as I can in failing. So I feel like that can be appreciated from all the coaches. I’m a hard worker, so I feel like that’s going to translate to the responsibility side of doing whatever we have to do. Put it on my shoulders and I’m going to make it happen.”
“We’re going to bring back the winning culture to Chicago,” he said. “If it’s not make the playoffs and win the championship in the first year, I guarantee it’s going to be a progressive step each year. I can promise that to all Bulls fans. I’ll take that on my shoulders.”
Carter, 19, will be the Bulls starting center as the team opens the season, as announced by head coach Fred Hoiberg.
Cavs’ Kevin Love Taking Blame for Season Opening Loss
Cleveland Cavaliers’ veteran forward Kevin Love is taking the blame for the Cavs’ season opening loss to the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday night, showcasing his efforts to claim a leadership role with the team moving forward.
“That rhythm wasn’t there tonight,” Love said, according to The Athletic’s Joe Vardon. “You could tell that game action wasn’t there for me tonight. Thought I got a lot of really, really good looks on the offensive end. On the defensive end, just our switches and closing out, just my attention to detail wasn’t there.
“I told Ty after the game, I said that’s on me and I apologize. We all have to be better and I think we know it.”
Pacers’ Victor Oladipo Believes Team Could Be Really Special Following Win
Indiana Pacers guard Victor Oladipo is feeling pretty confident following the team’s 111-83 season-opening victory over the Memphis Grizzlies, an impressive blowout that showcased the Pacers’ depth.
Oladipo believes the Pacers have a chance to be very special, as he discussed in the following video from FOX Sports.
— FOX Sports Indiana (@FSIndiana) October 18, 2018
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