The Knicks have relieved Derek Fisher of his head coaching duties.
After Sunday's loss to the Celtics, Derek Fisher hinted that he'd like the Knicks to share the ball better.
Knicks head coach Derek Fisher wouldn't rule out a possible lineup change for Sunday's game against the Lakers.
Derek Fisher was not at practice on Monday, but he's expected to be back on Tuesday.
Coach Derek Fisher said he's "excited about being able to play faster and doing some different things in the open floor."
The Knicks are considering trading their pick if Karl-Anthony Towns, Jahlil Okafor and D'Angelo Russell are all off the board in the top three picks, according to Chad Ford of ESPN.com.
Derek Fisher said he won't apologize for Monday's win over the Hawks.
Derek Fisher said that the Knicks could go from 15 wins this season to 63 wins next year if they "really want to."
Carmelo Anthony credited Derek Fisher with keeping the Knicks together, despite a 5-29 start to 2014-15 season.
Coach Derek Fisher said that he is confident that the Knicks will make a run at the playoffs this season, despite the team sitting at 5-23 on the season.
Coach Derek Fisher said his lineup could change on Thursday depending on how his starting five plays on Wednesday.
Knicks head coach Derek Fisher said he will adjust his starting lineup based on matchups to begin the season.
Derek Fisher does not want to be viewed as a Phil Jackson clone.
The Knicks plan to add a D-League coach for their Westchester team who is familiar with coach Derek Fisher's system.