New York Knicks fired coach David Fizdale on Friday, league sources told ESPN. Fizdale became the head coach on May 7, 2018 after signing a four-year deal. The Knicks went 21-83 during his season-and-a-quarter tenure.
The Knicks lost eight straight games, including a 129-92 loss to Denver on Thursday night that dropped the team to an Eastern Conference-worst 4-18.
Assistant coach Mike Miller is a strong possibility to become interim coach, with Pat Sullivan as a possible candidate too, league sources told ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne.