Now that the New York Knicks have parted ways with Mike Woodson, it's time for the organization to hire a head coach who is capable of maintaining his post for years to come.
New York's coaching carousel—dating back to Jeff Van Gundy's departure—has left a revolving door in philosophy and chemistry that has made it difficult for the franchise to find consistent success.
Whomever Jackson chooses as head coach must be hungry, loyal and capable of adjusting his game plan. The Knicks need someone who employs creative schemes and is willing to adapt over the course of a season.
Let's take a look at what else New York needs from its next leader.