Updated: Jun 22, 2006, 11:19 AM

Vote: What now for Brown, Thomas and the Knicks?

 Jaromir Jagr
With Brown pushed aside Thomas is now at the forefront in New York.

Larry Brown is out as coach of the New York Knicks and is being replaced by the man who hired him, team president and general manager Isiah Thomas.

The Knicks finished with the second-worst record in the NBA last season but have two picks in the first round of the upcoming draft, giving Thomas a chance to select two players he will now coach. What will that mean for one of the NBA's most storied franchises and the team that had the highest payroll in the league last season? You tell us.

Was firing Brown a good move? What about replacing him with the man who assembled the current roster? How long will Thomas coach in New York and will Brown ever be back in the NBA? Perhaps most importantly, how many wins will these moves translate into?

Vote on these issues and more below and see how your opinion stacks up against the rest of SportsNation!

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