Woodson, who posted a 109-79 record as the most successful Knicks coach since Jeff Van Gundy, interviewed Wednesday in Los Angeles after the Clippers, for whom he’s an assistant coach, granted the Knicks permission.
“He was excited about the conversation he had with Steve and Scott,’’ Brown said. “He told me it went well. It’s not rocket science. It’s basketball.
He had success [as a head coach] in New York and Atlanta and with me in Detroit and Philly, and he’s sat next to Doc [Rivers] the last four years. Those are pretty good things in his favor.