The New York Knicks dropped under .500 for the first time this season after losing 113-99 to the Denver Nuggets at home Saturday.

After the game, head coach Tom Thibodeau told reporters that changes may be on the horizon.

New York already made one big change when Thibodeau inserted Alec Burks as starting point guard in favor of Kemba Walker, who is now out of the rotation.

The Knicks beat the Atlanta Hawks 99-90 in the first game after that move, but they've since lost three straight.