"No, he hasn't [lost the locker room]," Felton said in an interview on "The Michael Kay Show" on ESPN New York 98.7. "We still respect Coach. ... He definitely hasn't lost us at all. We love him as a coach, we love him as a mentor, we love him as a father figure. Everything you can think about. We love Coach Woodson."
Felton said he spoke to Stoudemire and the Knicks talked with one another about the comments that were made Monday. Felton said he is to blame for the lack of ball movement.
"It's my fault. I am going to take the blame for that," Felton said. "Even though I haven't been playing [due to injuries], I am going to take the blame for that. It is my job to make sure the ball is moving and it is my job to make sure guys are getting shots. It is my job to make sure the offense is moving fully.
"Coach Woodson has a great offense and he never tells nobody you can't shoot, you can't dribble the ball and make a play. We just got to, as a team, run the system and go with the ball. And that is my job. I am going to take the blame on that. That's all on Raymond."
Felton said the Knicks are not panicking, even though J.R. Smith said last week that he was.
"I am here to tell you we are not panicking," Felton said. "Not at all. We had a great practice today. Everybody is positive."