Stephen A.: D'Antoni's done

When the game ended in Houston on Saturday night, long after it became abundantly clear the New York Knicks have a problem, Tyson Chandler swore that he "refuses" to lose, demanded that teammates "man up," and generally revealed that things are every bit as bad as they seem.

What he didn't expound upon is what exactly needs to be done to remedy the situation -- which is the best indication that a solution may already be beyond anybody's control.

It is all in jeopardy, folks! The Knicks' playoff aspirations. The allure of a Dynamic Duo or a Big Three. The future employment of head coach Mike D'Antoni.

I believe D'Antoni is done.

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