Recall that the Knicks hired Ravin-- personal trainer to not just Carmelo Anthony and J.R. Smith but a bunch of NBA stars over the years-- in October. He could frequently be spotted behind the Knicks' bench during games (once you realized it wasn't Zydrunas Ilgauskas). I have no idea exactly what Radin's role was, but it was a little weird that the Knicks just subsumed someone who'd worked privately with a couple of their players, especially when they already had three guys-- Dave Hopla, LaSalle Thompson, and Jerry Dunn-- on staff for "development".