Maybe it's a good thing
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"I honestly didn't even know who the coach was when I was coming to New York," World Peace said. "I just wanted to win a championship; I didn't even know who was coaching. I didn't care. It could have been Aunt Jemima. They could have had the syrup coaching. I was coming here regardless. I just wanted to win a championship here."
The Knicks definitely are in a sticky situation, and World Peace's admitting he initially didn't know who the team's coach was last summer may be somewhat indicative of the dysfunction currently plaguing the team.
Still, World Peace isn't worried about New York's 3-11 start.
"We're not struggling," World Peace said. "It's part of life. You know how life is. We had a bad hair day, you know?"
While World Peace's glowing optimism can be appreciated, the Knicks have had more than just a bad hair day this season. If they don't turn things around quickly, Woodson's tenure in New York could end soon.