Well, there goes Herb Williams’ 1.000 career coaching mark.

Very little evidence this afternoon that Lenny Wilkens isn’t still in charge ; Stephon Marbury and Jamal Crawford missing big shots from close range in the final two minutes, Michael Redd left unguarded to hit a wide open three that put Milwaukee up by 7, failing to box out Zaza Pachulia on a rebound that would’ve given the Knicks the ball with a 4 point margin instead of 6, etc.

More happy stats: that’s now 6 losses in a row for New York, 10 out of the last 11, and they’ve dropped a home game to a Milwaukee team that had just 3 road wins for the season coming into the day.

(Herb points out to MSG security that someone else is sitting in Matthew Modine’s seats)

(Update : According to the New York Daily News’ Frank Isola, Lenny Wilkens’ resignation was in fact, a firing ordered by Garden boss James Dolan against Isiah Thomas’ wishes.)