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New York Knicks tickets got better last season as the Knicks increased their win total to 33. While not stellar it was certainly an improvement. If not for a swoon at the end of the regular season New York could have landed a playoff spot. The shortfall and the controversy during the season was enough reason for the Knicks to dump Larry Brown and bring Isiah Thomas for a shot at making Knicks tickets winners again. Thomas’ answer was to add forward Zach Randolph to the mix, giving the Knicks two talented big men who should greatly improve play under the basket.
New York Knicks – Twin Towers Time?
Putting Zach Randolph together with Eddie Curry means Knicks ticket holders will witnesses to the application of theTwinTowersconcept.Randolphcomes over fromPortlandwhere he put up over 23 points an outing and was usually in double figures in rebounds. He was also somewhat of a headache off of the court. Eddie Curry had career numbers in 2006-07 with 19.5 points and 7.1 rebounds. The thinking is that opposing defenses can stop one or the other but not both of the Knicks big men. It’s been done before with success. If Thomas can blend his parts together seasmlessly, Knicks tickets will get a major boost.
The Outlook for New York Knicks Tickets
Isiah Thomas has plenty to work with. Besides Curry and Randolph the Knicks can also depend on Stephon Marbury to put up good numbers. More importantly, Marbury seems to have bought into the team concept, abandoning his showboat style and playing team offense while improving his defensive game. Making this roster work could be a problem though. Curry and Randolph will have to find a groove. Marbury and Jamal Crawford will have to work on their passing game and get the ball inside where the Knicks hope to dominate. New Yorkalso faces some challenges within the NBA’s Atlantic Division where Bostonand New Jerseylook like contenders. It’s up to Isiah Thomas to make it work. If he does, Knicks ticket holders are in for a good run.
From flattops to dreadlocks, New York Knicks tickets have passed the test of time and remain one of the top entertainment options in the Big Apple. Founded in 1946, the New York Knicks were a charter member of the NBA. Few franchises are so entrenched in the lore of their cities quite like the Knickerbockers, and few fan bases are as passionate. ToNew York basketball fans, Knicks tickets are an absolute priority.
That passion intensified in the 1970s, as all-time greats like Willis Reed and Walt Frazier helped the Knicks win a pair of NBA championships in 1970 and 1973. With the gritty Reed battling on the inside and the smooth Frazier dazzling crowds with his ball-handling skills, New York Knicks tickets were as hot as disco. Anyone who was anyone inNew YorkwantedMadisonSquareGardenseats.
Things went downhill in the 1980s. While Knicks tickets remained a popular entertainment option inNew York, the team fell on hard times and was stuck in the cellar of the NBA for years. Then, in a fortuitous turn of events, the Knicks won the first ever NBA Draft lottery and were rewarded the first overall pick in the 1985 draft. Their choice:GeorgetownAll-American center Patrick Ewing. The Knicks had their man in the middle, andEwinghad an instant impact. The buzz for New York Knicks tickets was back.
Although Ewing would never win an NBA championship, he would put the Knicks back in contention in the rugged Eastern Conference.Ewing and the Knicks would have several epic confrontations with Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls in the NBA Playoffs, but would always come up just short.
SinceEwing’s departure, the Knicks have been on a roller coaster ride, filled with high and lows. These days, it’s mostly been lows for the Knicks, as losing seasons have become the norm aroundMadison Square Garden. That hasn’t hurt New Yorkbasketball fans’ passion for their Knickerbockers. Knicks tickets will always be a hit in the Big Apple, no matter what hairstyle or dance craze is en vogue.
Watch the Knicks' Willis Reed fight the entire Los Angeles Lakers bench during a ...
Yahoo Singapore News (blog)
Over at Deadspin, Kevin Draper dug up the New York Times story from the game in question, in which writer Dave Anderson described L.A. center Darrall Imhoff — who had played for the Knicks during the 1960-61 and '61-'62 seasons — "holding a bloodied ...
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New York Knicks: The Case For Starting Tim Hardaway Jr. At SG
The New York Knicks have three capable shooting guards in J.R. Smith, Iman Shumpert and Tim Hardaway Jr. Which one is most deserving of being in the starting lineup when New York takes on the Chicago Bulls on opening night? The 29-year-old Smith is ...
The night Willis Reed punched all the Lakers
New York Post
“When The Garden Was Eden,” a documentary on the Knicks dynasty of the early 1970s that aired Tuesday night on ESPN, features archival footage of an October 1966 game in which Reed brawled with seemingly the entire Lakers bench. The scrap started when ... They traded punches, then Reed moved onto whaling on Lakers bystanders — a New York Times account from the game says 6-foot-10 Darrell Imhoff needed stitches over his eye and 6-foot-9 John Block got his nose broken. Phil Jackson, drafted by the ...
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Wall St. Cheat Sheet
Footage of Knicks-Lakers Brawl Surfaces Nearly 50 Years After the Fact
Wall St. Cheat Sheet
The New York Knicks of the late '60s and early '70s remain one of the most highly mythologized teams in the history of the NBA, right up there with the Showtime Lakers, the '96 Bulls, or the Auerbach/Russell Celtics. For one thing, they're a rare beacon of ...
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Can Carmelo Anthony fit into Knicks' triangle offense?
The criticism and derision of the triangle offense rankles Phil Jackson. It bothers him when he hears critics say it requires a Michael Jordan or Kobe Bryant to win with it. So by installing his preferred offense with the New York Knicks, who will be taught by ...
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