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2015-16 Schedule
23-31, 3rd in Atlantic
NBA coaches, culture and volatile owners (5:39)
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Breen on Knicks' search for new head coach

ESPN's Mike Breen weighs in on the Knicks' dismissal of Derek Fisher, New York's search for a new head coach, Phil Jackson's future and what to expect from the team at the trade deadline.

Breen: 'Obvious disconnect' between Fisher and Phil (1:31)
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Thomas makes Lowe's unique squad

Knicks forward Lance Thomas is a starter on Zach Lowe's fifth annual Luke Walton All-Stars. It's a roster created from players who have contributed in unexpected ways this season. Luke Walton All-Stars


Cam talks presser, Fisher fired

Michael Smith and Jemele Hill discuss Cam Newton's comments following his Super Bowl presser walk out. Plus, they talk Derek Fisher's firing and the future of the Knicks.

Jemele on Jackson: 'This is a mess' (1:56)
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Knicks or Kings: Who has it worse?

With Derek Fisher out in New York and George Karl expected to be fired, we ask our Insider experts if the Kings or Knicks are better shaped for the future.

Who could be Knicks' next coach? (2:14)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Thanasis Antetokounmpo has returned to the Knicks' D League club after the Knicks elected not to sign him to a second 10-day contract. The older brother of Giannis continues to pursue his NBA dream rather than head to Europe. Have to admire his determination.

Isola: Players are putting a premium on winning (1:00)
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Knicks Daily Links: Tuesday

Top Headline: Tom Thibodeau should be Phil Jackson's top candidate to replace Derek Fisher.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The first goal for Kurt Rambis? To get the Knicks' defense to improve. Rambis referenced the team's slide on that end of the floor during his press conference. The club ranks 19th in defensive efficiency. Rambis also plans to retain all of Fisher's assistants and may add one more.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Phil Jackson said that "there is a certain amount of levity to Kurt (Rambis)." The implication here is that Rambis' personality differs from that of Fisher, who wasn't known to take a light-hearted approach to his job.

Should Luke Walton pick the Lakers or Knicks? (2:20)
Where do the Knicks go from here? (2:02)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Phil Jackson made it clear today that he's going to try to improve the roster this summer in free agency. "We need a player who is going to move us forward even farther." The Knicks will have at least $19 million to spend in free agency this summer.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

This is probably the most important description that Phil Jackson offered today about his next coach: "Someone has to match the style of the way we do things. There's a certain style that I have that I think works and I've found (to work) before."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Phil Jackson said that running the triangle offense "is not paramount, but is important" for his next head coach. I'd be surprised if Phil hired a coach who wasn't committed to the triangle. Don't rule out the idea that Kurt Rambis stays on if the Knicks do well under him.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Phil Jackson on the Matt Barnes-Derek Fisher incident and if that impacted his decision to fire Fisher: "No one's happy about what happened or what came out of that. It was embarrassing for us and for Derek. That had nothing to do with what's happened here today."

Did Fisher deserved to be fired? (1:52)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Thought this was interesting: in a meeting with Derek Fisher and some members of the coaching staff last month, Phil Jackson told Derek Fisher: "I may not have mentored you as well as I could have."

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Phil Jackson said Derek Fisher's firing was not due to Fisher's recent comments about focusing on the process rather than making the playoffs. "I didn't react to Derek's comments last week about the playoffs not being important and whatever's not a measure," Jackson said. "The understanding was turning around a team that's won 17 games and making a 40, 42-win season out of it... Saying that, we still think there's a way for (the players) to play better. "

Team Stats

Points Per Game99.023rd
Rebounds Per Game43.913th
Assists Per Game20.424th
Points Allowed101.114th

Team History


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