There is something going on in Utah and it may not be beneficial for the Knicks cause.
Quinn Snyder, one of the league’s most successful and prestigious coaches, stepped down after a 372-264 record with eight years of running and jazz.
Emotions surrounding the league combo guard Donovan Mitchell is somehow involved in the shake-up, although ESPN reports that Mitchell is “disappointed” and “upset.”
Jazz Mitchell-Rudy Gobert are considering breaking the tandem which is a solid entry into the playoffs but not strong enough to make it to the Western Conference finals.
The Knicks – and many other teams – are watching Mitchell’s situation to see if he asks for a trade. Jazz “needs a new voice,” Snyder said in a statement.