The New York Knicks remain without a head coach and Phil Jackson is in no rush to interview more candidates.
Jackson was in Sioux City, Iowa on Tuesday and is on a trip with his brother to Idaho.
Jackson is collecting his thoughts as he continues to consider Kurt Rambis the frontrunner.
“Still thinking it through,” one Jackson associate told The Post. “He’s always been such a quick thinker — always three, four steps ahead of everybody else. But that’s as coach. Being the executive is really different for him.”
Jackson is also considering David Blatt, while Frank Vogel could soon also be available.
“If you’re heading into free agency with Rambis on July 1, I want to get him named and let all the noise settle down before the selling begins,” the Jackson associate said.
Carmelo Anthony would like Jackson to talk to multiple candidates.