Well, the day after the Super Bowl isn't supposed to be a time for much basketball talk, but evidently, the New York Knicks don't care.

Fisher got less than a season and a half in New York, where he worked with a depleted roster for much of that time. The Knicks went 17-65 in 2014-15 while playing without Carmelo Anthony most of the year.

This year, the Knicks are out to a 23-31 record. They have lost nine of their last 10 games, but have played with a renewed hope this year with a mostly-healthy Anthony and a young superstar in Kristaps Porzingis.

This is a failure on the organizations part, who didn't allow Fisher to even get through a second season. It takes time to rebuild a franchise, time that Fisher was not given.

So what is next for the Knicks?

We will see how the Knicks respond as a team, but it seems like an unfair move to Fisher at this time - we are not even at the all-star break.