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Mike Woodson talks Thibodeau, Robinson, Knicks playoff predictions | The Putback with Ian Begley

On The Putback with Ian Begley, former New York Knicks head coach Mike Woodson joins Ian and Chris Williamson to give insight to the “intelligence” of Tom Thibodeau and if the Knicks are in a better spot for a postseason run in the 2021-22 NBA season. Woodson also touches on Mitchell Robinson’s development and contract possibilities. Watch more of The Putback: https://sny.tv/shows/the-putback-with-ian-begley About The Putback: The Putback will star SNY NBA Insider Ian Begley, who will be joined each week by a different guest from the Knicks and the NBA, ranging from former players and coaches to national writers to Knicks celebrity fans. Meanwhile, Ian will also answer questions from “Knicks fans” who range in personality as well as opinions and philosophies on how to improve their beloved franchise.

Source: Yahoo Sports

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