Knicks still capable of winning Atlantic Division - Mike Woodson

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New York Knicks head coach Mike Woodson has backed his side to win the Atlantic Division, reports the Bleacher Report.

The Knicks, who have won just three of their opening 13 games of the season, are currently languishing at the bottom of the Atlantic Division.

Despite their poor start to the season, the New York-based franchise are just five wins off first-placed Boston Celtics.

And Woodson believes his side are more than capable of winning the Atlantic Division despite their poor run of form.

Woodson said: “Nobody’s running away with the division, and I still think our team can win the division.

“We won it last year and I think we can get back to winning and win it this year.”

The Knicks will have to address their recent run of poor results if they are to win the Division.

Woodson's side, who have lost their last nine games, will be hoping they can finally end their losing streak when they take on rivals the Brooklyn Nets at the Barclays Center later tonight.

Former New York Knicks guard Woodson could lose his job if his side fails to claim their fourth win of the season.

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