The days of David Fizdale seem to be numbered.
Knicks president Steve Mills says Fizdale fires just a few weeks after the start of the 2019-20 season, according to Monday's ESPN report.
"Everyone is moving to their positions now," a source told ESPN. "That's how they (Fizdale) make a fall boy."
Mills and GM Scott Perry had a defeat on Sunday against the Cleveland Cavaliers, who had left the Knicks with a disappointing 2-8 in the season's press conference.
"We just felt like this was our tenth game and we had an obligation to come and talk to you," Mills said after a 21-point defeat on Sunday. "Scott and I are obviously not happy about where we are right now. We believe the team is not reaching the level we expected or expected, and that's something we believe we need to work better together to deliver the product on the ground from which we can Beginning promised this season.
"We still believe in our coaching staff. We believe in the plan that Scott and I put together and the players we put together. But we also have to acknowledge that we did not play at the level we expected.
Fizdale has sought to find a solution to the team's struggles at the Point Guard this season, and is dealing with a new squad faces and thoughts of free agents. He is currently in the second year of a four-year contract, allegedly worth $ 22 million.