Report: Knicks eyeing former Bulls champ B.J. Armstrong for front-office position

The New York Knicks are starting from scratch, having fired President of Basketball Operations, Steve Mills, and they may be replacing him with former three-time champion BJ Armstrong.

According to Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News, Armstrong “is among the agents discussed internally by the Knicks for their front-office position.”

Following a successful career during which he won three titles as a member of the Chicago Bulls, Armstrong joined the front office of the Bulls, so he has some experience. Since 2006, he’s served as a professional agent and currently represents Derrick Rose, among other NBA players.