Any NBA franchise knows that the key to success lies in their starting lineup, and it just so happens that the New York Knicks have five killer players who could lead the team to their best year in recent history. In the 2016-2017 season, the team’s success will come down to the efforts made by Joakim Noah, Courtney Lee, Derrick Rose, Carmelo Anthony and Kristaps Porzingis. New York hasn’t won an NBA championship in more than 40 years—could this be their time? The New York Knicks call Madison Square Garden home, but will be playing all across the country this season. We have all the tickets you need right here at your fingertips. Check the schedule and get yours today!
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New York Knicks News
With this new and improved New York Knicks roster, fans can expect to see a different leading scorer every night of the week. In a recent preseason battle against the Boston Celtics, it was Kristaps Porzingis who led the way, netting 20 points as the Knicks went on to beat the Celtics 121-96. There’s no question that New York has the talent to contend with any team in the East, just as long as the players are able to settle into their new roles and develop some chemistry. The Knicks will have a mighty test when the Memphis Grizzlies come to Madison Square Garden on October 29. Tickets are available for that game starting at $128.
Few teams shook up their rosters more than the New York Knicks this offseason, and the additions of Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah show that ownership is doing everything possible to get the Knickerbockers back to prominence in the Eastern Conference. For six straight years, no Eastern team without LeBron James on the roster has made it to the NBA Finals, but New York now has the talent to potentially put an end to that streak. This will finally be the year when fans get to see what Carmelo Anthony can do with other star players around him. Preseason hoops come to Madison Square Garden on October 8 when the Knicks host the Brooklyn Nets, and tickets start at $52.
New York Knicks Schedule, Game Times & TV Channels
Need to know when the New York Knicks are playing this season? Razorgator has complete coverage of the 2016 New York Knicks schedule, including dates, opponents, game times and TV channels.
|Tue, Oct 25||@ Cleveland||8:00 PM||TNT|
|Sat, Oct 29||vs Memphis||7:30 PM|| |
|Tue, Nov 1||@ Detroit||7:30 PM|| |
|Wed, Nov 2||vs Houston||7:30 PM|| |
|Fri, Nov 4||@ Chicago||8:00 PM|| |
|Sun, Nov 6||vs Utah||12:00 PM|| |
|Wed, Nov 9||vs Brooklyn||7:00 PM|| |
|Fri, Nov 11||@ Boston||7:30 PM|| |
|Sat, Nov 12||@ Toronto||7:30 PM|| |
|Mon, Nov 14||vs Dallas||7:30 PM|| |
|Wed, Nov 16||vs Detroit||7:30 PM|| |
|Thu, Nov 17||@ Washington||7:00 PM|| |
|Sun, Nov 20||vs Atlanta||12:00 PM|| |
|Tue, Nov 22||vs Portland||7:30 PM|| |
|Fri, Nov 25||vs Charlotte||7:30 PM||NBATV|
|Sat, Nov 26||@ Charlotte||7:00 PM|| |
|Mon, Nov 28||vs Oklahoma City||7:30 PM|| |
|Wed, Nov 30||@ Minnesota||8:00 PM|| |
|Fri, Dec 2||vs Minnesota||7:30 PM|| |
|Sun, Dec 4||vs Sacramento||7:30 PM|| |
|Tue, Dec 6||@ Miami||7:30 PM|| |
|Wed, Dec 7||vs Cleveland||8:00 PM|| |
|Fri, Dec 9||@ Sacramento||10:30 PM|| |
|Sun, Dec 11||@ Los Angeles||9:30 PM|| |
|Tue, Dec 13||@ Phoenix||9:00 PM|| |
|Thu, Dec 15||@ Golden State||10:30 PM||TNT|
|Sat, Dec 17||@ Denver||9:00 PM|| |
|Tue, Dec 20||vs Indiana||7:30 PM|| |
|Thu, Dec 22||vs Orlando||7:30 PM|| |
|Sun, Dec 25||vs Boston||12:00 PM|| |
|Wed, Dec 28||@ Atlanta||7:30 PM|| |
|Fri, Dec 30||@ New Orleans||8:00 PM|| |
|Sat, Dec 31||@ Houston||8:00 PM|| |
|Mon, Jan 2||vs Orlando||7:30 PM|| |
|Wed, Jan 4||vs Milwaukee||7:30 PM|| |
|Fri, Jan 6||@ Milwaukee||8:00 PM|| |
|Sat, Jan 7||@ Indiana||7:00 PM|| |
|Mon, Jan 9||vs New Orleans||7:30 PM|| |
|Wed, Jan 11||@ Philadelphia||7:00 PM|| |
|Thu, Jan 12||vs Chicago||8:00 PM||TNT|
|Sun, Jan 15||@ Toronto||3:00 PM|| |
|Mon, Jan 16||vs Atlanta||1:00 PM||NBATV|
|Wed, Jan 18||@ Boston||7:30 PM|| |
|Thu, Jan 19||vs Washington||8:00 PM||TNT|
|Sat, Jan 21||vs Phoenix||7:30 PM|| |
|Mon, Jan 23||@ Indiana||8:00 PM||TNT|
|Wed, Jan 25||@ Dallas||8:30 PM|| |
|Fri, Jan 27||vs Charlotte||7:30 PM|| |
|Sun, Jan 29||@ Atlanta||3:00 PM|| |
|Tue, Jan 31||@ Washington||7:00 PM||NBATV|
|Wed, Feb 1||@ Brooklyn||7:30 PM|| |
|Sat, Feb 4||vs Cleveland||8:30 PM|| |
|Mon, Feb 6||vs Los Angeles||7:00 PM||TNT|
|Wed, Feb 8||vs LA||8:00 PM|| |
|Fri, Feb 10||vs Denver||7:30 PM|| |
|Sun, Feb 12||vs San Antonio||3:30 PM|| |
|Wed, Feb 15||@ Oklahoma City||9:30 PM|| |
|Thu, Feb 23||@ Cleveland||8:00 PM||TNT|
|Sat, Feb 25||vs Philadelphia||7:30 PM|| |
|Mon, Feb 27||vs Toronto||7:00 PM||TNT|
|Wed, Mar 1||@ Orlando||7:00 PM|| |
|Fri, Mar 3||@ Philadelphia||7:00 PM|| |
|Sun, Mar 5||vs Golden State||3:30 PM|| |
|Mon, Mar 6||@ Orlando||7:00 PM|| |
|Wed, Mar 8||@ Milwaukee||8:00 PM|| |
|Sat, Mar 11||@ Detroit||5:00 PM|| |
|Sun, Mar 12||@ Brooklyn||6:00 PM|| |
|Tue, Mar 14||vs Indiana||7:30 PM|| |
|Thu, Mar 16||vs Brooklyn||7:30 PM|| |
|Mon, Mar 20||@ LA||10:30 PM||TNT|
|Wed, Mar 22||@ Utah||10:30 PM|| |
|Thu, Mar 23||@ Portland||10:00 PM||NBATV|
|Sat, Mar 25||@ San Antonio||9:30 PM||NBATV|
|Mon, Mar 27||vs Detroit||7:30 PM|| |
|Wed, Mar 29||vs Miami||7:30 PM|| |
|Fri, Mar 31||@ Miami||8:00 PM|| |
|Sun, Apr 2||vs Boston||1:00 PM|| |
|Tue, Apr 4||vs Chicago||8:00 PM|| |
|Thu, Apr 6||vs Washington||7:30 PM|| |
|Fri, Apr 7||@ Memphis||8:00 PM|| |
|Sun, Apr 9||vs Toronto||12:00 PM||NBATV|
|Wed, Apr 12||vs Philadelphia||8:00 PM|