Report: Knicks to meet with Fizdale, Jackson, Stackhouse, Blatt
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The New York Knicks will apparently have their pick of the litter.

The Knicks will meet with three head coaching finalists in Mark Jackson, David Fizdale, and Jerry Stackhouse, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Former Cleveland Cavaliers head coach David Blatt will also be contacted by the Knicks, Wojnarowski reports. Additionally, ex-Knicks coach Mike Woodson will meet for the job he once held, as well.

Stackhouse is arguably the least accomplished of the group, although his stock has risen dramatically in light of his success with the Toronto Raptors' G League team. The former 19-year veteran has quickly built a reputation as an innovative defensive mind and has guided the Raptors 905 to back-to-back G League finals appearances.

Jackson, who famously coached the Golden State Warriors before Steve Kerr took over, played seven seasons with the Knicks and is second in franchise history in assists.

Fizdale was a longtime assistant with the Miami Heat before he got brief a shot with the Memphis Grizzlies. Blatt was famously fired after leading the Cavaliers to the Finals in his first season. Woodson coached the Knicks for parts of three seasons before he was dismissed in 2014.

Report: Knicks to meet with Fizdale, Jackson, Stackhouse, Blatt
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