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New York Knicks Tickets

New York Knicks Tickets
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Overall Rating

4.3

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The Knicks won!

- New York

This was just amazing I went with my son who is a big sports fan! A wonderful memory!

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Awesome experience!

- New York

Simple amazes me. It was a great game, and about Madson... Very organized with a clean view of the game. Fantastic!!

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Exciting team

- New York

Great young team. Great coach. Greatest arena in the world

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Knicks need more skill and fewer penalties

- New York

Delightful venue with pleasant staff: wide range of food and drink if a bit hard to locate. Problem was that Knicks received so many penalties that the game ceased to flow (and they lost).

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Amazing experience

- New York

A must see action, the Garden is the best place to be

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First N.Y. Knicks opener

- New York

There is nothing like being at Madison square garden for a Knicks game and they win!!!

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Amazing match in an Amazing arena.

- New York

Amazing basket match between Knicks and Nets. The atmosphere was great.

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Great night at the Garden!

- New York

We had a great night at the Garden! I really don't follow the Knicks, but being in that atmosphere you couldn't help but cheer for them.

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Amazing!

- New York

Even though the Knicks lost but it was my first time going to the garden to see them play and I had a blast. The seats i got were amazing, the staff and everyone there was so helpful and so nice. Just everything about this whole experience was amazing and I had an incredible time I will definitely be coming back.

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Fun game, good view

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Was a fun game, good view. Only complaint is that the seats are not made for people w long legs

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New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden

Located above Penn Station, the current Madison Square Garden has been the home of the Knicks since 1968 and is arguably the most iconic arena in all of sports. The current building is actually the fourth venue to bear the Madison Square Garden name, the first of which opened in 1879.

The Knicks' arena has always been called Madison Square Garden, and they played in the previous iteration from the founding of the franchise in 1946 until moving to the current building in 1968. The current MSG is the second oldest NBA arena still in use, and it will become the oldest when the Golden State Warriors move out of Oracle Arena in 2019. Madison Square Garden has the distinction of being the only NBA arena that is not named after a corporate sponsor.

New York Knicks 2018-19 Season

The Knicks are in the middle of a rebuild focused around big man Kristaps Porzingis, who has proven to be a bona fide star. He has improved in each of his three seasons in the NBA, increasing his scoring, shot blocking, and 3-point percentage each year.

Porzingis is coming off the first significant injury of his NBA career. He tore his ACL in February, and will not be available for the start of the season.

The Knicks will rely their young players to take on more responsibility in Porzingis' absence. Rookie forward Kevin Knox — who the Knicks selected with the No. 9 pick in the NBA Draft — showed incredible potential during Summer League play. He displayed an ability to attack aggressively in transition as well as hit 3-pointers.

New Knicks head coach David Fizdale, who signed a four-year contract this offseason, will be looking to harness Knox's talents. Fizdale also will be counted on to help young point guard Frank Ntilikina develop.

Fizdale is known as a hard-nosed coach, and he was fired from his last job with the Memphis Grizzlies after he butted heads with veteran players. But the Knicks' top players are young, impressionable and open to a new voice, which the franchise is hoping will result in development and improvement.

New York Knicks History

The Knicks were established in 1946 and were one of the founding members of the Basketball Association of America, which became the NBA after merging with the National Basketball League in 1949. The Knicks and Boston Celtics are the only two original NBA teams still located in the same city.

The Knicks saw early success, advancing to the NBA Finals in three consecutive years from 1950 to 1953. They lost all three series, twice to the Minneapolis Lakers and once to the Rochester Royals.

The Knicks' next successful era began in the late ‘60s, under the tutelage of head coach Red Holzman. They hired Holzman in the middle of the 1967-68 season, and he immediately improved their record and led them to a playoff berth.

They won 54 games in Holzman's first full season as head coach, and then improved to 60 wins the following season. The Knicks won their first NBA Championship that year, defeating the Los Angeles Lakers in seven games. Holzman won Coach of the Year, while center Willis Reed won NBA MVP and Finals MVP.

Holzman and Reed led the Knicks back to the finals in two of the next three seasons, facing the Lakers both times. They split those two series, winning their second championship in the 1972-73 season.

The Knicks could not replicate their success until the ‘90s, when future Hall of Famer Patrick Ewing led them back to the finals in 1993-94 and 1998-99. They lost both series, first in seven games to the Houston Rockets, then in five games to the San Antonio Spurs.

The Knicks trade for star Carmelo Anthony from the Denver Nuggets in 2011, but gave up several contributors — point guard Raymond Felton, forwards Danilo Gallinari and Wilson Chandler, and big men Timofey Mozgov and Kosta Koufos — to get him.

Anthony proved to be an elite scorer, but team success eluded the Knicks. They made it to playoffs three times in Anthony's seven-year tenure with the team, winning one series. That came in 2012-13, which and the Knicks have not been back to the playoffs since.

The Knicks traded Anthony to the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2017 in exchange for center Enes Kanter and sharpshooter Doug McDermott, shifting their focus to rebuilding around Porzingis.