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On Friday, the New York Knicks fired head coach David Fizdale just 22 games into his second season. Unhappy with the 4-18 start to the year, management decided it was time to move in another direction.

What that direction ends up being is anybody’s guess, but in the meantime they pegged Mike Miller as interim head coach. That name might not have the punch of a Mark Jackson or Becky Hammon, but Miller may turn out to be exactly what the Knicks need, and should be considered as more of a contender for the vacancy than a stopgap.

Miller hails from the G League, where he coached the Westchester Knicks – New York’s affiliate – for four seasons. In that stretch he made the playoffs three times and amassed a .540 regular season win percentage.

Miller took home Coach of the Year honors, voted on by fellow G-League head coaches and GMs, in 2017-18 following a 32-18 season in which the Knicks ranked third in defense and second in three-point percentage. He also oversaw the development of numerous G League success stories such as Luke Kornet, Kadeem Allen, Trey Burke, Billy Garrett, and Jimmer Fredette.

Prior to his Knicks stint, Miller served as an assistant with the Austin Spurs – San Antonio’s affiliate – for three years. The G League was Miller’s transition to the pros, but he had already spent over 20 years coaching at the college level, including as head coach for Texas State and Eastern Illinois.

He played collegiate ball as well, winning the 1984 Lone Star Conference Championship with East Texas State.

This resume should stand on its own – Miller is a tried-and-true basketball lifer. His teams emphasized defense and development, which his New York companions could use. But fans may remain iffy entrusting a coach they hardly know coming out of the NBA’s developmental league.

This could ultimately be in the Knicks’ favor.

First, Miller is already in tune to the organization. He’s been around it for four years and was an assistant for coach Fizdale this season. There should be few transition issues here, and other teams have found great success in hiring their head coaches out of the G-League.

Take Toronto, who won their first championship under Nick Nurse, who followed an extremely similar career path as Miller. Terry Stotts and Quin Snyder, coaches of the Portland Trailblazers and Utah Jazz respectively, each set off their coaching careers in the (then) D League.

Miller’s emphasis on development should be music to Knicks fans’ ears as well. This team is not going to win anything, at least this season, despite what management may be hoping for. This gives Miller a chance to show off his ability to grow young players. There have been too many instances of Kevin Knox or RJ Barrett off in the corner with nothing to do but watch their team’s veterans assume the offense for stretches at a time. Frank Ntilikina and Damyean Dotson, two other intriguing prospects, weren’t receiving any playing time to start the season.

These hiccups for a franchise that wants to rebuild around its young core need to go, and Miller, not the fanciest retread name, is the man to make these changes.

Of course, the Knicks’ front office will have to see how Miller performs in his interim status before finalizing any decisions. Will he run a modern NBA offense after his Westchester teams finished last in three-point attempt rate in three of his four seasons? Can he correct some of Fizdale’s shortfalls such as a lack of identity, lack of creative play-calling and lack of opportunities given to developing pieces? All that is to be discovered.

Miller has a tough proposition in front of him: assume his first NBA head coaching role in the face of an unhappy franchise, a 4-18 hole to dig out of, veterans who want to compete and prospects who need development.

He may not be able to provide the Knicks everything that they want, but if he can come close, he deserves to be more than just the ‘interim’ head coach.

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In our first look this season at the early contenders for NBA Sixth Man of the Year, we find a mix of new faces and old standbys, but the top is familiar.
When it comes time to hand out the NBA honors sometime a couple of decades after the regular season wraps up (nope, still not a fan of the post-NBA Draft basketball Oscars show), the Sixth Man of the Year honor has almost exclusively rested within the purview of the scoring savants, the players that can come in and instantly start cooking at the offensive end.

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In the 37 years the NBA has awarded the Sixth Man of the Year, there have only been three winners who scored less than 10 points per game — Bobby Jones of the Philadelphia 76ers (9.0 PPG in 1982-83, the first year the award was handed out), Bill Walton of the Boston Celtics (7.6 PPG in 1985-86) and Anthony Mason of the New York Knicks (9.9 PPG in 1994-95).

So it’s been awhile since a bench player not known for offensive firepower has been the NBA Sixth Man of the Year. At the other end of the scale, there have been three winners who topped 20 points per game the year they won.

Eddie Johnson of the Phoenix Suns was the first when he averaged 21.5 points per game in 1988-89 and Ricky Pierce of the Milwaukee Bucks topped that with 23.0 points per game the next season — still the highest scoring average ever for an NBA Sixth Man of the Year.

Lou Williams of the LA Clippers, a three-time winner who has taken the trophy each of the last two seasons, is the other 20-point-a-game reserve, topping the mark each of the last two seasons — 22.6 PPG in 2017-18 and 20.0 PPG last year.

Williams is one of only three active players to have won the award. The others are Eric Gordon of the Houston Rockets (2016-17) and Rockets star James Harden, a winner with the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2011-12.

In determining how many players who be placed on the ladder, we looked at the last five years of voting results. An average of 7.2 players per year received first-place votes on the last five seasons’ worth of ballots, so the ladder for this season will go seven players deep.

That means close but no cookie for former MVP Derrick Rose of the Detroit Pistons, rejuvenated Dwight Howard of the Los Angeles Lakers, Tim Hardaway Jr. of the Dallas Mavericks, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson of the Toronto Raptors and Davis Bertans of the Washington Wizards — all solidly in contention, but trailing the group listed below.

Meanwhile, second-year sensation Devonte’ Graham became ineligible for the list by starting Friday night for the Charlotte Hornets in Detroit. Graham now has 10 starts in 20 games; the criteria for NBA Sixth Man of the Year is that a player come off the bench in more games than he starts.

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The New York Knicks and team president Phil Jackson announced Wednesday morning that they mutually agreed to part ways.

“After careful thought and consideration, we mutually agreed that the Knicks will be going in a different direction,” Knicks owner James Dolan said via statement. “Phil Jackson is one of the most celebrated and successful individuals in the history of the NBA. His legacy in the game of basketball is unmatched. We wish him the best and thank him for his service to the Knicks as both a player and an executive.”

Conversations about what was best for the team’s future between Jackson and Dolan accelerated this week when the franchise decided it would not buy out embattled forward Carmelo Anthony, sources said.

Jackson, 71, had made it well known that he felt it was best for Anthony and the organization to part ways, both publicly and privately, but Anthony refused to waive his no-trade clause, and the Knicks were determined not to accommodate any request for a buyout. Anthony has two years worth more than $54 million remaining on his deal.

With no end to the stalemate in sight and free agency beginning Saturday, Jackson’s discussions with Dolan accelerated late Tuesday night and the decision was made to part ways. Some close to Dolan had been pushing him to consider firing Jackson for much of the season, sources told ESPN’s Ian Begley.

“The New York Knicks will always hold a special place in my heart,” Jackson said in a statement. “This team and this town launched my NBA career. I will forever be indebted to them. I am grateful to Mr. Dolan for giving me the opportunity to return here.

“I had hoped, of course, to bring another NBA championship to the Garden. As someone who treasures winning, I am deeply disappointed that we weren’t able to do that. New York fans deserve nothing less. I wish them and the Knicks organization all the best — today and always.”

It had become clear, sources said, that Jackson had no plans to remain beyond the two years left on the five-year contract he initially signed in 2014 that paid him $12 million a year. So with no clear path forward from the toxic situation with Anthony, a constant public relations war over Jackson’s preferred triangle offense and new concerns about the organization’s relationship with Latvian phenom and 2015 No. 4 overall pick Kristaps Porzingis, sources said it was clear things had reached a breaking point by the eve of free agency.

Several players and members of the coaching staff had expressed frustration over Jackson’s insistence that the club run more of the triangle offense midway through last season, sources told Begley.

Knicks general manager Steve Mills will stay in his current role and lead the team during free agency.

“While we are currently evaluating how best to move forward regarding the leadership of the organization, I will not be involved in the operation of the team,” Dolan said. “Steve Mills, the team’s general manager, will run the day-to-day business of the organization over the short term. Tim Leiweke, who brings tremendous expertise and experience in sports franchise management from both Toronto and Los Angeles and is our partner in the Oak View Group, will advise and work with Steve on an interim basis to help develop a go-forward plan.”

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Knicks sources say Leiweke will consult with Mills and Dolan about finding a replacement for Jackson for the foreseeable future.

Said one source, “We’re letting the phone ring.”

A league source told ESPN’s Dave McMenamin that Jerry West — who once tried to hire ex-Cavaliers GM David Griffin in Memphis — planned to reach out to Leiweke, who like West has former ties to the Los Angeles Lakers from his time working for AEG, to endorse Griffin as a candidate to replace Jackson.

Griffin has long coveted a big job like the Knicks and considers all of his experience in two-plus decades in the league was an apprenticeship for such a challenge.

As of Wednesday afternoon the Knicks had not reached out to Griffin’s agent, Mark Carmony, however a member of the Knicks’ organization has begun gathering background information on Griffin, including making a call to an executive on the Cavs’ business side, a league source tells ESPN.

Several prominent college coaches have already expressed interest as well, according to sources.

As for reports that the Knicks were interested in Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri, sources told ESPN that the Knicks have a deep respect for him, but he’s under contract and thus would require permission to speak to and compensation — likely draft picks — which the Knicks would be very reluctant to consider.

The Raptors also received a second round pick when Jeff Weltman was hired by the Orlando Magic, so the price to get Masai would be very high.

Meanwhile, the Raptors promoted Bobby Webster to GM, Dan Tolzman to assistant general manager/vice president, player personnel and Keith Boyarsky to vice president, basketball strategy & research. In that announcement, the Raptors said, “Masai Ujiri will continue to oversee basketball operations as president of the club.”

With Jackson out and the triangle de-emphasized, the Knicks, under Mills, have interest in free-agent point guard Jeff Teague, league sources told ESPN. Sources say the interest in Teague is mutual.

The Knicks completed a disappointing 31-51 season in April and missed the playoffs for the fourth straight year. They were 80-166 in Jackson’s three full seasons as team president, losing at least 50 games in each of them.

Coach Jeff Hornacek said of the situation: “It’s always an interesting time when stuff like that happens. I just want to thank Phil for giving me the opportunity here in New York. I worked with Steve all year long. We had a great working relationship and talking about things. We’ll continue to do that. I wish Phil the best from this point on.”

During a February radio interview, Dolan said he planned to honor his five-year contract with Jackson “all the way to the end.” In April, sources familiar with the situation told ESPN that the Knicks and Jackson quietly picked up their option on the remaining two years of his contract.

Jackson has faced increased scrutiny in recent weeks, stemming from his clash with Anthony and the revelation that Jackson was fielding offers for Porzingis as the Knicks looked to move up in this year’s draft. No deal was made, and New York selected French guard Frank Ntilikina with the eighth overall pick.

Asked in an interview with MSG Network why he would consider trading Porzingis, a young star regarded around the NBA as someone a franchise can be built around, Jackson replied, “The future, you know, what it brings. Does it bring us two starters and a draft pick or something that’s even beyond that? [That’s] something we have to look at as far as going down the road. We know what he is. He’s a unicorn and he’s special.”

Porzingis skipped exit meetings with Jackson and Mills in April because of frustration over the dysfunction and drama surrounding the Knicks.

Sources told ESPN that Jackson had been upset with Porzingis’ actions and was trying to teach him a lesson in professionalism this summer. Jackson, sources said, was contemplating a trip to Europe this summer to meet with his young star.

Jackson publicly and privately expressed confidence in his vision for the club after the season, which included building a roster around Porzingis, Ntilikina and Willy Hernangomez, while filling the roster with veterans who could fit into his system and contribute on both sides of the ball.

Asked last week on MSG Network what he’d tell Knicks fans who were “uneasy,” Jackson said: “Well, I think, we know what we’re doing. That’s what I can say to them. Although it’s not been apparent in our record the last couple of years, we’ve grown from within. We’ve got young players who are on their move up. It takes time to rebuild with youth. And, I think, to have confidence in the fact that we’re going to have good players and we’re going to have a good team and we’re going to be on the court, competitive.”

Information from ESPN’s Ian Begley was used in this report.

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On Thursday night, near the end of another of those 37-point Knick routs that felt as if it should count as more than a single loss, word came that the team’s owner, Jim Dolan, as well as the team’s president and its general manager had vacated their seats and disappeared underneath the stands of Madison Square Garden.

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My heart leapt. Was it too much to hope they might gather in a conference room and all agree to fire each other?

Alas, it was not to be. Instead, Knicks management announced on Friday afternoon that they had fired another coach. So David Fizdale, like so many before him, bounds away a free man, paroled to enjoy a couple of gilded years living on the Dolan dole.

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The Knicks’ president, Steve Mills, has survived many such purges, a bureaucratic lifer who could have survived the 1930s Kremlin. General Manager Scott Perry may or may not know what he’s doing, but he enjoys a fine contract, too. True change will only come to the Knicks when the querulous and glowering Knicks owner interrogates his two decades of failure and shows himself the door.

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This is not to toss up a strong defense of Fizdale. He is a well-regarded basketball man, but his team gave the appearance in recent weeks of punching time cards and checking out. The other night against the Nuggets, Allonzo Trier trotted onto the court. Trier, if you gave up watching the Knicks long before he arrived last year, will shoot from anywhere in the Garden ZIP code, and he cultivates an aversion to playing defense.

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Not long after coming on, he strolled under a pick and watched, bemused, as the fellow he was putatively supposed to defend gathered himself and sank a 3-point shot. Then he turned around and called for the ball.

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There is a lot of this. The other team takes off down the floor and the Knicks’ defenders jog alongside like amiable company. Kevin Knox, who can give the appearance of a child awakened from a fine afternoon nap, is talented but often fails to remember that moving one’s feet is the key to playing defense.

Then there is Julius Randle, who signed on as the Knicks’ sort of star this past summer and labors under the unhelpful illusion that he is a 6-foot-8, 250-pound point guard. He dribbles into traffic and fumbles the ball and then hits the repeat button. There is not a high-quality scorer on this current team.

Gregg Popovich and Steve Kerr, members of the NBA’s elite coaches, spoke in support of David Fizdale while taking digs at the laughingstock Knicks.

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Unsolicited, Popovich, the Spurs headmaster, said the Knicks didn’t show patience with a young coach in a tartly worded endorsement of Fizdale, who was fired Friday. Mike Miller, the new interim Knicks coach, came out of the Spurs’ G-League system.

“I don’t know where the decision was made to fire coach Fizdale, but if it came from the top, it’s a case of mistaken identity,’’ Popovich told reporters. “He’s a fine, talented young coach with a great pedigree and it’s ridiculous to think you’re gonna bring in a young guy and after being there a minute-and-a-half, you expect him to fix everything that’s been wrong there for a long time. That’s petty unfair. It’s an old analogy. He got thrown under the bus. He’ll come out of it because he’s a great coach.”

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Five years ago, Kerr rejected a verbal offer made by former Knicks president Phil Jackson. He joined Golden State and advanced to five straight NBA Finals, winning three. Kerr has fallen on hard times this season with the dynasty busted up.

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“If I had gone to New York that would have been me like three years ago,’’ Kerr said when asked about Fizdale’s firing. “I’m well aware of that. So I think I made the right choice.’’

Fizdale sat in on Golden State’s pre-playoff practices in 2018 before accepting the Knicks job.

For the first two quarters, the Knicks (4-19) traded the lead with the Pacers. That commitment waned by the end of the third quarter, was resurrected early in the fourth but ultimately relented as the Pacers won 104-103 to end this trip 3-2.

Julius Randle had a chance to force overtime with foul shots but missed the second.

The Pacers were lucky to escape. The Knicks lost their ninth in a row.

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Standouts: T.J. Warren (25 points) had no shut off button as he was looking for his shot and indefensible. Domantas Sabonis (19 points, 15 rebounds), Aaron Holiday (12 points, five assists), Jeremy Lamb (13 points) and Myles Turner (seven points, five blocks) all had their moments. T.J. McConnell (six points, 11 assists) kept the pace brisk with the second unit and Doug McDermott benefitted (16 points).

Xs and Os: Taj Gibson (two points) began defending Sabonis without help in the post and it produced four quick points. The Knicks had to commit an extra body which opened the perimeter for 3s. The Pacers were 6-for-14 in taking a 66-60 first-half lead. The best example was late in the second quarter when Sabonis anticipated the double, got the ball out quickly and two extra passes later Holiday spotted up for an open 3 that swished. The Knicks had no answer for that and seem lost on how to defend basic pick-and-rolls. Sabonis was 5-for-5 in the first half shooting. In the second half, they allowed McDermott to catch passes in rhythm off curls or in transition as he lined up 3s to push the lead to double digits. The Knicks’ bigs, namely Mitchell Robinson, stayed back and tried to late contest. Bad idea. The Pacers shot 12-for-28 from 3, or 43%.

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Big save: Turner didn’t do much offensively, but his length preserved victory. He blocked Robinson’s bid to tie the score in transition and then denied Randle (16 points, 12 rebounds) who was awarded two foul shots. Randle missed the second one with 0.1 seconds left but suffice to say Turner’s presence meant everything. No shot-blocker, different outcome.