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New York Knicks 2014 News and Updates
3/4/14 - It's been a tough week in New York. Already 10-plus games below .500 at the All-Star break, the Knicks have dropped all five games after, including two home games at Madison Square Garden. With the team 6.5 games out of 8th in the East, much talk has focused on the future. Will a frustrated Tyson Chandler, whose contract expires in 2015, explore other options? Could team MVP Carmelo Anthony sign with the Chicago Bulls, if it would put him in a better position to win a title? Before those questions get answered, however, the Knicks still have a shot to play back into the playoffs, starting tomorrow as 8.5-point underdogs at Minnesota.
2/25/15 - 44 points from Carmelo Anthony wasn't enough for the Knicks in Monday night's two-point loss to the Mavericks; Dallas won the game on Dirk Nowitzki's ugly buzzer-beater. Although it's only one loss, it keeps the Knicks from moving up in the East and inching closer to the final playoff spot. It won't get any easier. Up next, the Knicks play back-to-back games at Miami (East #2) on Thursday and at home versus Golden State (West #6) on Friday.
2/18/14 - Although Kyrie Irving won the All-Star Game MVP on Sunday, Carmelo Anthony scored 30 points in the Eastern Conference's victory, including a record eight 3-pointers. While the team prepares to face the Grizzlies in Memphis tonight, ESPN.com's Marc Stein reports that the Knicks have shown interest in Boston's Rajon Rondo and Atlanta's Jeff Teague, and ESPN New York's Ian Begley believes they'll continue to pursue Toronto's Kyle Lowry. In any deal before Thursday's trade deadline, New York would likely have to give up Iman Shumpert, Raymond Felton, and/or Beno Udrih. They'd like to hold on to shooting guard Tim Hardaway, Jr., however, who's playing well in his rookie season and has impressed teammates. Will the Knicks have a new look when they return to MSG next week? Mavericks vs Knicks tickets start at $68 on 2/24.
2/14/13 - While most of the Knicks will have the weekend off to rest, Carmelo Anthony will be a starting forward for the Eastern Conference at Sunday's NBA All-Star Game in New Orleans, and rookie Tim Hardaway, Jr. will be a starting guard at tonight's NBA Rising Stars Challenge. With the trade deadline next Thursday and the NY Knicks a woeful 20-32 at the break, Scott Cacciola, an NBA/Knicks reporter, says in the The New York Times, "the Knicks have decisions to make." He considers how New York might handle Carmelo Anthony's contract situation and each scenario's potential impact on the team's current and future success. Anthony and the Knicks won't return to Madison Square Garden until 2/24, after a four-game road trip with games at Memphis, New Orleans, Orlando, and Atlanta.
2/13/14 - Sacramento rallied to beat New York 106-101 on Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden, spurred by 24 points from BYU's Jimmer Fredette. At the All-Star break the Knicks rank 3rd in the Atlantic Division and 10th in the Eastern Conference—2.5 games behind Charlotte in the playoff stadnings. Up next the NY Knicks travel to Memphis on 2/18. 500 Grizzlies vs Knicks tickets from $5 are available for Tuesday night's game at FedEx Forum.
2/5/14 - He’s just been named the NBA’s Player of the Month for January. But will Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony stay put, or will he be traded later this month in advance of becoming a free agent at the end of the season? A pair of ESPN analysts, Michael Wilbon and Ohm Youngmisuk, make the case for either leaving (Wilbon writes, “…the Bulls are in…need of what Anthony still does as well as anybody...: score”) or staying put (Youngmisuk said, “…for all the reasons Melo makes sense in a place like Chicago, that’s why he makes sense in New York”).
1/29/14 - The New York Knicks have been a streaky team this season; unfortunately the most significant of these had been an extended nine game losing run in November into the beginning of December. Currently the Knicks are riding a three-game win streak, most recently dispatching Boston at Madison Square Garden, despite losing Iman Shumpert to a sprained shoulder early in that contest – he had played in all 45 of the Knicks games up to that point. After a nationally televised weekend game against the Miami Heat, the next big opponents for the NY Knicks include a visit from Portland and a visit to Oklahoma City, two of the West’s top class.
1/21/14 - After winning five in a row to start the year off right, the New York Knicks are slipping, having lost four in a row. Most recently, NY lost badly to Atlantic divisional foes, the Brooklyn Nets, on MLK-day (103-80). The Knicks are three games back from the last playoff spot in the East, so they’ll have to kick it back into high gear and utilize the remaining six-game homestead to their full advantage. New York will have the opportunity to get back on track with their first three home games: the Knicks host the 76ers tomorrow (get-in for $34), the Bobcats on 1/24 (get-in for $31), and the Lakers on 1/26 (get-in for $61). Their final three home games will be harder to secure the victories, with the Celtics (get-in for $48 on 1/28), Cavaliers (get-in for $38 on 1/30) and Heat visiting on 2/1 for Super Bowl weekend. Unsurprisingly the Miami vs. NY game is the most highly anticipated match, running $147 - $10953 for seats. New Yorkers, your team will be back at MSG these next couple weeks, this gives you plenty of opportunities to get some New York Knicks tickets and usher them into the playoff picture!
3/26/13 - The New York Knicks will be tested on the road to the NBA Playoffs. Although they recently clinched a playoff berth, the Knicks will play seven of their next eight games against playoff-bound teams including the Memphis Grizzlies and Boston Celtics at home. Still one of the most expensive tickets in the NBA, you'll pay $141 and $182 to see the Grizzlies and Celtics at Madison Square Garden - and that's just to get in the door.
2/12/13 - After an offseason where they lost their biggest — some might be inclined to say most surprising — impact player since the arrival of Carmelo Anthony, one would think the New York Knicks would be struggling somewhat, maybe trying to sneak into the playoffs as a low seed like they did last year, but no. The Knicks, led by Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire, sit atop the Atlantic Division well clear of their rejuvenated rivals across the bridge in Brooklyn, and are challenging for the top spot in the entire Eastern Conference.
In addition to Anthony, who leads the team in scoring; and Stoudemire, who has become a valuable sixth man coming in off the bench. Coach Mike Woodson's squad also includes center Tyson Chandler, who leads the team in rebounding and blocked shots; Ronnie Brewer; and the guard tandem of Raymond Felton (tops in assists), and veteran Jason Kidd (leading in steals). As a team the Knicks are a top ten team in both points per game and points allowed per game, showing a balance between offense and defense. The home fans (and superfan movie director Spike Lee) at iconic Madison Square Garden have cheered the Knicks to a solid record at home, while the team remains just ahead of the break-even point on the road. Knicks tickets average $276 at home from February - April and $146 on the road. What's the hottest Knicks ticket? In March, New York hosts LeBron James and the Miami Heat, Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder, and Paul Pierce and the Boston Celtics.
New York Knicks 2014 Season
The New York Knicks are the top selling team in the NBA
and also boast the most expensive ticket prices. Knicks tickets for the 2013-14 season at MSG average $319, up 30% since last year. The second round playoff berth last season, has NYC fans excited for the year to come. If you recall, New York Knicks Conference Semifinals tickets were the most expensive round two ticket in the NBA. All that accounted for, it’s no surprise then that two of the Top 5 NBA games
this season will be played at The Garden, both against the back-to-back NBA Champions – Miami Heat. The 2/1 meeting in New York is the most expensive NBA game this year, and despite the high price tag is also the top seller. Averaging $492, the 1/9 game against the Heat is $152 less than the February game. Last year, the Knicks had great success against Miami proving they too are contenders in the East. Are these games foreshadowing what is to come in the 2014 Eastern Conference Finals?
The Knicks look to take the next step towards winning a championship after 2012-13 scoring champion Carmelo Anthony led the team to the second round of the playoffs first time in 13 years. Despite being limited by their cap situation, the team managed to add veteran toughness with Ron Artest and trade for former #1 draft pick Andrea Bargnani. The Knicks open the 2013-14 season at home on 10/30 against the Bucks. In the week leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII in New York on 2/2, the Knicks host the Lakers on 1/26 and the Heat on 2/1.