Isiah Thomas is wasting no time in interviewing coaches.
The New York Knicks president flew through San Antonio on his way home from talking to Phil Jackson on Monday in Los Angeles.
The purpose of the stop: to interview San Antonio Spurs assistant P.J. Carlesimo, sources told ESPN's Stephen A. Smith.
Hall of Fame coach Chuck Daly told the New York Daily News a Knicks-Carlesimo fit would make sense.
"He'd be great," Daly told the Daily News. "I don't know what the Knicks are going to do, but if they're talking to P.J. that's a good move."
Jackson's agent, Todd Musburger, told The New York Times this week that "Phil and Isiah will undoubtedly talk again."
The Knicks also want to talk to Flip Saunders, who was fired by the Minnesota Timberwolves this season, Smith reported, and the team has interest in Detroit Pistons coach Larry Brown.
Herb Williams has coached the Knicks since Lenny Wilkens' resignation in January.
Los Angeles, Portland, Cleveland and Orlando are also looking for a new coach.