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It's the biggest show in the Big Apple and New York Knicks tickets are still the hottest in the NBA. Carmelo Anthony continues to prove he is among the NBA's elite, and he is hungry to prove the Knicks can play with anyone. Don't miss out on the action and get your Knicks tickets before its too late.

EventDate & Location 
NBA Preseason: Boston Celtics vs.
New York Knicks
Wednesday, October 8, 2014 at 7:30 PM

XL Center - (Formerly Hartford Civic Center)
Hartford, Connecticut

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Toronto Raptors vs.
New York Knicks
Friday, October 24, 2014 at 7:30 PM

Centre Bell
Montreal, Quebec

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New York Knicks Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games)Monday, October 27, 2014 at [time TBA]

Madison Square Garden
New York, New York

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New York Knicks Season Outlook

The New York Knicks are among the biggest stars in New York and each season hundreds of thousands of basketball fans travel to Madison Square Garden to see the team in action. The Knicks have made a number of changes in the offseason, which General Manager Steve Mills hopes has turned New York basketball into a championship contender. The trio of Carmelo Anthony, Andrea Bargnani and Tyson Chandler should provide some good offense and you can be there to watch the action. Anthony continues to be one of the premier players in the NBA and can be counted on to give the Knicks a win any game he is in. With Tyson Chandler crashing the boards, the Knicks are going to get their chances to put the basketball in the hole. In the 2013 NBA draft, the Knicks picked up shooting guard Tim Hardaway Jr. from the University of Michigan, and he gives the Knicks some depth off the bench. Point Guard Jason Kidd retired at the end of the season and will be the new coach of the Brooklyn Nets in the fall, so it will add a little extra drama to the Knicks vs Nets rivalry. The team is counting on Pablo Prigioni to pick up where Kidd left off, but he has some big shoes to fill. All in all this team has the offensive pieces to contend for a championship, they just need to execute.

But while the Knicks offense should be potent, they will need to step up their defense. Tyson Chandler is a solid defensive player, but he will need some help to stop the opposition. As a way to help the defense, the Knicks were also able to pick up the LA Lakers defensive specialist Metta World Peace (AKA Ron Artest), who will try to prove his worth on the East Coast. Lastly, they have also made a replacement in their management, with GM Glen Grunwald leaving and the former Madison Square Garden President, Steve Mills, taking over. The Knicks will attempt to make a serious run for the NBA playoffs in 2014, and may be a strong competitor to win it all. They'll face the competition of the Miami Heat, Brooklyn Nets and Indiana Pacers in particular, but if the Knicks stay healthy and play to their ability, anything is possible.

The previous season for the Knicks was one of the best in recent memory. During the offseason they were able to acquire veteran point guard Jason Kidd, who replaced Jeremy Lin (Rockets). Unfortunately, their star center Amar’e Stoudemire was injured for most of the season with a knee injury, which put them in a weak position under the net. With that in mind, their leading scorer Carmelo Anthony stepped up and played a crucial role for the team. With multiple Player of the Week awards, along with a rarely seen double-double in consecutive games, ‘Melo sure was the glue that held the team together. After starting at an impressive 18-5 record (best since 1993), they went on to finish 54-28 and collected the Atlantic Division title. In the first round of the playoffs they defeated the well-performing Boston Celtics in 6 games, but fell in the next round to the Indiana Pacers. But the Knicks managed to perform with the best teams in the league last season and are looking to pick up where they left off.

Knicks Rivalries

As one of the NBA's oldest teams, as well as one of the most visible, it's no surprise that the Knicks have fostered some heated rivalries over the years. Some sports fans make a special trip to New York City just to watch their team take on the Knicks at the fabled MSG. The only thing better than watching the Knicks play at home is watching them take on one of their big rivals, because you know the MSG crowd is going to be insane. One thing to keep in mind is that ticket priced for these games are sometimes more expensive than they normally are, so if you find a price you like you should snag it up fast. Here's a look at some of the bigger Knicks rivalries.

Knicks vs. Nets - The Battle of New York

While there was always a rivalry between the Knicks and the Nets when they were known as the New Jersey Nets, the franchise's move to Brooklyn in 2012 ratcheted up the competition to a considerable degree. Now they were both New York teams, fighting for the hearts of the citizenry as well as media coverage on television and the city's many tabloids. While the change to the Brooklyn Nets was big, what really intensified the Knicks Nets rivalry was Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov's incredible amount of spending. Prokhorov has spared no expense on fielding a contender, and has intensified the pressure on Knicks Owner James Dolan as well as GM Steve Mills to keep the Knicks as the Big Apple's favorite basketball team. With the intensity of New Yorker's love for basketball, demand for Knicks vs. Nets tickets has gone through the roof, as everyone wants to be a part of this rivalry. Wether the Nets Knicks game is at Madison Square Garden or the Brooklyn's Barclays Arena, you know the crowd is going to be into it. So if you can make it to a game, don't pass up a chance to enjoy one of the most intense atmospheres in sports.

Knicks vs. Celtics - New York vs Boston

As another avenue for the intense rivalry between New York and Boston, the Celtics and Knicks have had their share of intense games. Both teams have a passion for their city few teams can match, and a Knicks win tastes so much sweeter when it comes against the Celtics. When you look at the passion of other New York Boston rivalries like Yankees vs Red Sox, Giants vs Patriots, and Rangers vs Bruins, it's no surprise that Celtics Knicks tickets are as popular as they are. There have been some classic Celtics vs Knicks moments over the years, including Patrick Ewing bringing the Knicks back from a 2-0 series deficit in the first round of the 1990 Eastern Conference playoffs. That series saw Ewing put up 44 points in a 135-108 win in game four to force a game five. Many Knick fans also recall fondly Bernard King and his 44 points to lead the Knicks to a 106-104 win in Game 7 of the 1984 Eastern Conference Semifinals. You never know what you will see when you buy tickets for a Knicks vs Celtics game, so miss the opportunity of seeing one in person.

Knicks vs. Heat - Melo vs. LeBron

As Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James entered the NBA in the same season, with James the #1 pick and Anthony the #2 in the draft, there was always competition between the two. That competition wasn't as pronounced when they both played in smaller markers, but when Anthony joined the Knicks and James took his talents to South Beach to join the Miami Heat, the Knicks vs Heat rivalry became something meaningful, and both players turn up the juice when they face each other. These are two of the best players to play the game, and there is always a chance that something special will happen when they are both on the court together. Add to the Knicks Heat rivalry the star-power of James, and you can imagine that Knicks vs Heat tickets are some of the most popular in the NBA. Don't pass up a chance to watch these teams battle and get your tickets for a Heat Knicks game before its too late.

NY Knicks Team History

The New York Knicks (formally the Knickerbockers) are a professional basketball team located in New York City, New York. They play in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference in the NBA. The Knicks are one of the founding members of the Basketball Association of America(BAA), which merged with the National Basketball league (NBL) in 1949 to form the current NBA league. The Knicks have won two NBA Championships in the history of their franchise (1970 and 1973), along with 8 Conference titles and 5 Division titles. They play their home games at Madison Square Garden located in Manhattan, New York. In the 1980’s they struggled heavily, both on the court and in attendance for their games, but a strong comeback to prominence in the 90’s with star Patrick Ewing among others brought more attention to the franchise. Today the they are one of the premier teams in the league, despite having not won an NBA Championship in 30 years.

Knicks Fast Facts:
  • Established: 1946
  • Conference and Division: Eastern Conference, Atlantic Division
  • Championships: 1970 and 1973
  • Conference Titles: 1951, 1952, 1953, 1970, 1972, 1973, 1994 and 1999
  • Formerly Known As: N/A
  • Fun Fact: At the New York Knicks' first game, against the Toronto Huskies in 1946, any fan taller than Toronto center George Nostrand was granted free admission.
  • Home Arena: Madison Square Garden tickets
  • Madison Square Garden Capacity: 18,200
  • Visit the Official Knicks site or the NY Post Knicks page.

The Knicks have certainly been one of the most entertaining teams in the NBA over the last few decades, from the Patrick Ewing-led Knicks heartbreaking loss to the Houston Rockets in 1993 NBA Finals’ seventh game while nemesis Michael Jordan was off playing baseball, to the epic battles with Reggie Miller and the Pacers and the failed Isiah Thomas tenure. The Knicks were able to acquire one of the premier stars of the day when they were able to Sign Carmelo Anthony for the start of the 2011 season. And who could forget the Linsanity of the 2012 season, when the unheralded Jeremy Lin came of the bench to stun the NBA world by leading the struggling Knicks to an unexpected winning streak. Who knows what you'll see when you get Knicks tickets, you might see the birth of the next Jeremy Lin. Just being in Madison Square Garden is a thrill in and of itself, but taking in a Knicks game is really a treat, so get your tickets today!

The Knicks and Madison Square Garden

The Knicks of course play home games at the historic Madison Square Garden, which recently underwent massive renovations. MSG is one of the most beloved venues in all of sports, with a capacity of 19,812 for NBA games. Hearing the crowd at MSG go nuts after a big shot is like nothing else, and if you buy tickets just getting into the venue is worth it. There are few arenas that can equal the MSG in terms of scale, and it is truly a great place to see a sporting event. Don’t hesitate and get your Knicks tickets now to see one of the greatest shows in the NBA this year! Get out to MSG with your own set of Knicks tickets so that you can help Cheer the Knicks onto victory. The MSG crowd is going to be raucous, and you can be there letting Carmelo know you care. Be one of the 19,812 screaming fans and get your Knicks tickets right here right now at Ticket Liquidator.

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