The interview process appears to be over for the Knicks, who are now "huddling" to figure out which candidate will be the team's new head coach, per ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. The Knicks are hoping to have their head coach hired some time this week.
Warriors assistant coach Mike Brown was the final candidate to interview for the position that touts candidates like former Warriors head coach Mark Jackson, former Grizzlies head coach David Fizdale, former Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer, and former Cavaliers head coach David Blatt.
Also, candidates like Clippers assistant and former Knicks coach Mike Woodson, Toronto G-League coach Jerry Stackhouse, and Spurs assistant James Borrego are hopefuls for the position. Former All-Star point guard and current TNT NBA analyst Kenny Smith was also interviewed by the tandem of Knicks president Steve Mills and GM Scott Perry.
The Knicks have been very thorough in their search to replace Jeff Hornacek, who was fired following New York's 29-53 record in his second season.