Knicks head coach Dave Fizdale seems wide open to new ideas, including a possible total overhaul to the team’s starting lineup. Here’s the NY Post with more:

Knicks starting spots wide open

Enes Kanter and Tim Hardaway Jr., both starters last season, make significant salaries. Kanter will make $18.6 million in his final year and Hardaway Jr. has three years and $54 million left on his pact.

President Steve Mills lavished that $71 million deal on Hardaway Jr. in his first move after being promoted from general manager upon Phil Jackson’s dismissal.

On Tuesday, Fizdale threw all five jobs open.

“Didn’t I answer that question already?” Fizdale said with an edge after Wednesday’s first of two practice sessions. “No one is promised a starting position. I got freedom to do what I want to do from my bosses over there. So it’s open. Don’t matter if you make a lot of money or you make a little money. If you earn the spot you play. That’s it.”

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