Grunwald Out, Mills In
Grunwald was no genius, but he was competent, and I believe, above average. And that's pretty impressive given the acid bath that has been Knicks upper management in the Dolan era. It is almost transparent that Dolan believes JR Smith's assessment of the Knicks' chances this year and is kicking out the architect, Grunwald, before he can get any credit. Envy and hubris should not be corporate values at a publicly traded company. But they so often are where the Knicks are concerned.
I shudder to think what could come next.