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“‘I don’t know what’s going to happen in 2010. I can’t plan for it,’ D’Antoni says. ‘I just know I live with these guys. My focus is on them. I want to wake up in 2010 and have a couple of the players we have now be the guys we want.’” As his first season with the Knicks winds down (which can be roughly summarized as “Waiting for LeBron”), ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” posts a long (and snazzily-designed) interview with Coach Mike D’Antoni.

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