Who Got Next?!: 15 Former NBA Players Turned Head Coaches
New York can be a merciless place as a professional player. Selected 12th overall in the first round, Mike Woodson was a capable guard/forward who spent two years with the Knicks. After becoming the head coach of the Atlanta Hawks, Woodson implemented a style that helped the team increase their win totals. His stature grew and New York came a-calling again, and Woodson took the 2012-13 Knicks to the Eastern Conference Semifinals. We know how the rest of his story went.