The New York Knicks's front office may have seen enough of Coach David Fizdale.

A day after team president Steve Mills and general manager Scott Perry called an emergency press conference after the Knicks lost badly to the Cleveland Cavaliers, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski learned that they are now ready to let go of Fizdale.

In the report, Wojnarowski, quoting people knowledgeable of what is really happening inside the Knicks' front office, said that the said office is setting up the last straw to Fizdale's looming departure even before the surprise media briefing.

"Everyone is moving to their positions now. This is how they'll make him the fall guy," said one source.

Another source then said that the press conference Mills hastily called is an obvious sign of the new coaching direction.

What the source said is an interesting one since Mills said in the presser that he is keeping his faith in the current Knicks roster.

"We still believe in our coaching staff. We believe in the plan Scott and I put together and the players that we've assembled," he said.

In fact, Fizdale added that the front office has "been very supportive to me."

"The fact we talk every day, We are in constant communication with each other. We're very raw with each other. Good or bad. None of us have an ego about it. We're all on the same page of where we are trying to get to. End of the day, we are all in this together," he further said.

However, Fizdale took the blame for the Knicks' poor start, in which they began the season 2-8.

"I take the brunt of that responsibility because I am the head coach," he said. "I make these decisions -- what's happening on the court, what players play, who plays together, what plays we call the defensive system. That's on me."

The Knicks are going to the United Center in Chicago to take on the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday night.

Like New York, Chicago is struggling so far at 3-7, so a win for either side could spark a much-needed rally to get into the thick of playoff things.