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New York Knicks

Conference: Eastern

Division: Atlantic

Stadium: Madison Square Garden (capacity 19,812)

Head Coach: Tom Thibodeau (2020-present)

Star Players (Depth Chart): Julius Randle, Jalen Brunson, RJ Barrett

2022-23 Regular Season: 47-35 (5th in Eastern Conference)

2023 Playoffs: Eastern Conference Semifinals (lost 4-2 to the Miami Heat

Legendary Former Players: Patrick Ewing, Dave DeBusschere, Walt Frazier

NBA Championships: 2 (1970, 1973) 

New York Knicks

“Does it really matter if the Knicks beat the Celtics?” said filmmaker and consummate New Yorker Woody Allen, “Well, it’s just as important as human existence.” While doused with plenty of the heavy sarcasm that the Big Apple is known for, his words hint at the other side of long-suffering New York Knicks fans: win or lose, they keep on coming back for more. Whether the Knicks game you attend is filled with cheers or groans, any visit to historic Madison Square Garden in Manhattan to see the Knicks play (or attempt to play) basketball is an unforgettable experience. Consider stopping by the team shop to grab a New York Knicks hat, jacket, jersey, or T-shirt to show the Knicks that you care. And get onto TicketX right now to buy your New York Knicks today!

How can I get cheap tickets to New York Knicks games?

As the major basketball team in the Big Apple, the New York Knicks are a big ticket draw, especially for their home games played at iconic Madison Square Garden in Manhattan. Getting your hands on New York Knicks tickets can be difficult, particularly for postseason playoff games, in-season tournament games, or rivalry matchups (see below), which tend to sell out in advance. For your best shot at the cheapest New York Knicks tickets, trust TicketX! TicketX lists all tickets as soon as they hit the market and our handy seating chart is ideal for comparing prices and seat locations. Unlike other resale sites like StubHub, SeatGeek, and TicketMaster that vary fees by venue, ticket type, or ticket price, TicketX sticks with a fixed fee of 20%. Purchase your New York Knicks tickets with just one click, all with the lowest commission fees around! 

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New York Knicks History

“I have to keep reminding myself that the Knicks are still in the league,” quipped comedian David Letterman once. Alongside fellow perennial underachievers the New York Jets (NFL) and New York Mets (MLB), the New York Knicks have long been the butt of jokes around Manhattan comedy clubs. And yet the team from the Big Apple had quite a promising start to life in the NBA, appearing in three NBA Finals between 1970-73 and emerging as NBA Champions from two of them. There was a resurgence in the 1980s and 1990s under coaches Pat Riley and Jeff Van Gundy, when the Knicks, led by center Patrick Ewing, became serious playoff contenders again, reaching the NBA Finals on two occasions but falling at the final hurdle to the Houston Rockets (1994) and San Antonio Spurs (1999). After losing Ewing after 15 seasons to Seattle in 2000, the Knicks quickly spun into decline, with two decades of pain for their fans in which the team progressed to the playoffs just four times and only progressed past the First Round once. Recent years have brought encouraging signs under current coach Tom Thibodeau and the talented duo of Julius Randle and Jalen Brunson pouring in points for the Knicks as last season they made their first return to the Eastern Conference Semifinals in ten years, losing 4-2 to eventual finalists the Miami Heat. New Yorkers are known to be a rather cynical bunch, especially when it comes to their basketball team, but fans will go into the 2023-24 season with encouraging signs that more is yet to come from their New York Knicks

New York Knicks Rivalries

Simply being from New York is enough reason for fans from most other cities (particularly Boston) to despise the Knicks, so it is unsurprising that the team has made their fair share of enemies over the years. As part of the great Boston-New York sports rivalry that spans many sports (especially baseball), the Boston Celtics are probably the biggest historic rivals of the New York Knicks. The teams have met 15 times in the NBA playoffs with surprisingly even results, with the Knicks winning 7 and Celtics 8. The Knicks also developed a heated rivalry with the Chicago Bulls in the 1990s that featured a number of memorable playoff duels (that the Knicks ended up on the wrong end of, thanks to a certain #23). Since the New Jersey Nets moved across the river to become the Brooklyn Nets, the previous NJ-NYC rivalry has developed into a Big Apple rivalry between the Nets and the Knicks. The Knicks also have a rivalry with the Miami Heat that has occasionally resulted in fisticuffs over the years.

Are New York Knicks basketball games exciting?

New York Knicks fans are well accustomed to suffering, having endured much of it at the hands of what has been at worst a team that simply disappoints its fans and at best a team that builds up its fans’ hopes only to disappoint them. Nonetheless, there is something gloriously and quintessentially New York about the Knicks and the grumbling pessimism of their fans, who, complain as they might, keep coming back year after year for more. For basketball fans, a night out at Madison Square Garden in Manhattan to watch the Knicks is an unforgettable experience.

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