Donnie Walsh on his Exit From the Knicks and his Uncertain Future
Wed Jun 8, 2011
joined the Knicks in the midst of ineptitude and scandal. He was handed the unenviable task of restoring respectability to one of the NBA’s original chartered franchises, a job he masterfully navigated until last week, when it was announced during the Finals that he would not return to his role as the team’s president of basketball operations.
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