The Knicks are planning to meet this week with head coaching candidates David Fizdale, Mark Jackson, and Jerry Stackhouse, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.
A meeting has also been set up with former Cavaliers coach David Blatt, reports Wojnarowski, but it is not clear when that meeting will take place.
The Knicks landed permission from the Clippers to meet with former head coach Mike Woodson, sources told ESPN, and the team has reached out to Jeff Van Gundy's representatives, according to the New York Post.
Van Gundy, who served as the Knicks head coach from 1996 until he resigned during the 2001-02 season, said he "is ready to be back next season for the right situation," an industry source told the New York Post.
Woodson was the last coach to lead the Knicks to the playoffs in 2012-13 after team finished with a 52-28 record.