The New York Knicks are likely to have Glen Grunwald continue to act as interim general manager throughout the 2011-12 season, according to sources cited by Newsday's Alan Hahn.
Grunwald became New York's interim GM in June, when president Donnie Walsh and the team "mutually agreed" to part ways. The team said it would begin "an immediate search for a new president and general manager," but sources told Hahn the team has still yet to formally interview any candidates to replace Walsh.
Grunwald was the Toronto Raptors general manager from 1998-2004, but was fired after the Raptors missed the playoffs in his final season. He was hired in 2006 by Isiah Thomas to join the Knicks, where his official title is still senior vice president of basketball operations.
One of Grunwald's tasks will be to attempt luring Chris Paul to New York. The Knicks are rumored to be one of Paul's preferred destinations.