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The New York Knicks have gone from a high lottery pick to postseason upstart to holding onto the last playoff spot by a thread. They lost their enigma of a point guard in Jeremy Lin, Amare Stoudemire is mired by injuries, and the team has a new coach in Mike Woodson. Essentially the 2012 NBA season has been tumultuous and the Knicks fans have been made dizzy at Madison Square Garden. The New York Knicks tickets to MSG for the rest of the basketball games on the regular season schedule are here with the TicketSpecialists to see if the team’s postseasons aspirations are to come true.

Not too long ago the New York Knicks were mentioned with the best in the east. Patrick Ewing was a dominant center roaming the lane and hitting the outside jumper, Allan Houston was the sweet shooting guard demanding attention, and a bevy of players would join the team to become thorns in other team’s sides. Those days brought Knicks playoff tickets every season. Those days brought trips to the NBA Finals in 1994 and 1999. Thos times did not bring wins ultimately, but they brought the chance to see a championship-caliber team play every game of the schedule at Madison Square Garden. The match up of the giants seemed to be the theme in the Finals. Ewing battled Hakeem Olajuwon in 1994 and Tim Duncan and David Robinson in 1999. The battles are memorable, but ended with the Knicks walking off the court and the other team staying and celebrating.

This season the Knicks hope to begin the rode back to those days. The change from Isiah Thomas to Mike D’Antoni and Donnie Walsh is hopefully a change from the lottery to Knicks playoff tickets. The change will bring in a new strategy and new attitude. The franchise that had been collecting talent will now try to act as a collective team. Chris Duhon’s signing is the first sign of change. No longer will Stephon Marbury dominate the ball and look more for his shot than an open teammate. Duhon cannot break players down off the dribble or play nearly the defense, but he does want to be a facilitator and the first step to creating an offense where ball movement is the most important aspect is a point guard willing to move the ball from his hands.

New point guard Chris Duhon might be exactly what the club requires to start a new frame of mind. Jamal Crawford and Quentin Richardson may not be the most consistent long range shooters, but in the new offense they will get a chance to launch quite a few threes. Knicks ticket should see a dramatic increase in scoring this season with a faster pace of play that could leave Eddie Curry and Zach Randolph on the bench winded and see David Lee emerge as the go to big man after years of being buried under high priced free agents.

New point guard Chris Duhon might be exactly what the club requires to start a new frame of mind. Jamal Crawford and Quentin Richardson may not be the most consistent long range shooters, but in the new offense they will get a chance to launch quite a few threes. Knicks ticket should see a dramatic increase in scoring this season with a faster pace of play that could leave Eddie Curry and Zach Randolph on the bench winded and see David Lee emerge as the go to big man after years of being burreid under high priced free agents.

The restrictions of the salary cap and the near $40 million excess of the Knicks limits what other changes the front office can manage, apart from a few mid-level exception signings and adding a few draft picks. Thus, New York is stuck with much of the same roster. The roster is not bad though. Jamal Crawford may not be the most consistent shooter, but the streaky marksman is unstoppable once he gets going. Quentin Richardson in ability to find a spot on the court because of his size and his love for the outside shot could work well in this system. His bulk and his speed may make him the Shawn Marion of the Knicks. This of course leaves the roles of Zach Randolph and Eddy Curry up in the air. The two players are built for a half court offense and this should be a full court team. This is the first season of many questions that will be answered in the next few seasons, and this could also be the start of the road to Knicks playoff tickets if the new coach and general manager are able to work miracles.

Formally known as the New York Knickerbockers, this National Basketball Association team of professionals plays its game out of New York City's Madison Square Garden and has a long and proud tradition in the NBA. In fact, it is one of two of the original NBA teams who still play their basketball in the city where they were first founded -- the other team being the Boston Celtics. The New York Knicks, over the course of their history since joining the NBA in 1946 have one to believe championships, and have made numerous playoff appearances during that history, also. Additionally, they've also sold a great many New York Knicks tickets.

Carmelo Anthony! Finally, after waiting half a season, the New York Knicks have added his incredible will to score to Amare Stoudemire’s midrange jumper and athletic post moves. Fans must not forget about Chauncey Billups. Calling him Mr. Big Shot may be an exaggeration, but he is Mr. Right Now and the Knicks 2011 playoff destiny rests in his hands!

Down the stretch the Knicks need Carmelo Anthony to put up the kind of points he did when he challenged for the NBA scoring title not so many seasons ago. Melo will be taking the court with Baron Davis, a veteran resurrected by the sudden void at point guard in the starting lineup. Davis’s tendency to play the point guard position as a scorer rather than a distributor may be just the band aid necessary for this scorer ravaged basketball team to hold off the Milwaukee Bucks, the lone club within striking distance of the playoffs.

The Knicks are ready to go forward with Tyson Chandler at center, Anthony at power forward, and Landry Fields at small forward. Iman Shumpert and Baron Davis are set to man the backcourt. Chandler’s defensive presence is even more important now as the stable of scorers appears to have reached its end. Even J.R. Smith, the supposed spark plug signed midseason, has failed to have the effect intended with his addition as sixth man. There is still hope Stat could be returning as an effective player, so that would move Melo back to small forward.

Much has to go right for New York to maintain its trajectory into the postseason. Once there, the club must contend with either the Bulls or Heat, two teams with more than enough talent to eliminate the Knicks. The fans are hoping, or tricking themselves to believe this team is going much farther than the first round.

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New York Knicks vs. Houston Rockets Jan 8, 2015
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Mon 5:30PM
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Philadelphia 76ers vs. New York Knicks Jan 21, 2015
Wed 7:00PM
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Philadelphia, PA
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New York Knicks vs. Orlando Magic Jan 23, 2015
Fri 7:30PM
Madison Square Garden
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Charlotte Hornets vs. New York Knicks Jan 24, 2015
Sat 7:00PM
Time Warner Cable Arena (formerly Charlotte Bobcats Arena)
Charlotte, NC
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New York Knicks vs. Sacramento Kings Jan 26, 2015
Mon 7:30PM
Madison Square Garden
New York, NY
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New York Knicks vs. Oklahoma City Thunder Jan 28, 2015
Wed 8:00PM
Madison Square Garden
New York, NY
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Indiana Pacers vs. New York Knicks Jan 29, 2015
Thu 8:00PM
Bankers Life Fieldhouse (Formerly Conseco Fieldhouse)
Indianapolis, IN
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New York Knicks vs. Los Angeles Lakers Feb 1, 2015
Sun 2:00PM
Madison Square Garden
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New York Knicks vs. Boston Celtics Feb 3, 2015
Tue 7:30PM
Madison Square Garden
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Fri 7:00PM
Barclays Center
Brooklyn, NY
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New York Knicks vs. Golden State Warriors Feb 7, 2015
Sat 7:30PM
Madison Square Garden
New York, NY
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Mon 7:30PM
American Airlines Arena
Miami, FL
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Orlando Magic vs. New York Knicks Feb 11, 2015
Wed 7:00PM
Amway Center
Orlando, FL
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New York Knicks vs. Miami Heat Feb 20, 2015
Fri 7:30PM
Madison Square Garden
New York, NY
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The New York Knicks have gone from a high lottery pick to postseason upstart to holding onto the last playoff spot by a thread. They lost their enigma of a point guard in Jeremy Lin, Amare Stoudemire is mired by injuries, and the team has a new coach in Mike Woodson. Essentially the 2012 NBA season has been tumultuous and the Knicks fans have been made dizzy at Madison Square Garden. The New York Knicks tickets to MSG for the rest of the basketball games on the regular season schedule are here with the TicketSpecialists to see if the team’s postseasons aspirations are to come true.

Not too long ago the New York Knicks were mentioned with the best in the east. Patrick Ewing was a dominant center roaming the lane and hitting the outside jumper, Allan Houston was the sweet shooting guard demanding attention, and a bevy of players would join the team to become thorns in other team’s sides. Those days brought Knicks playoff tickets every season. Those days brought trips to the NBA Finals in 1994 and 1999. Thos times did not bring wins ultimately, but they brought the chance to see a championship-caliber team play every game of the schedule at Madison Square Garden. The match up of the giants seemed to be the theme in the Finals. Ewing battled Hakeem Olajuwon in 1994 and Tim Duncan and David Robinson in 1999. The battles are memorable, but ended with the Knicks walking off the court and the other team staying and celebrating.

This season the Knicks hope to begin the rode back to those days. The change from Isiah Thomas to Mike D’Antoni and Donnie Walsh is hopefully a change from the lottery to Knicks playoff tickets. The change will bring in a new strategy and new attitude. The franchise that had been collecting talent will now try to act as a collective team. Chris Duhon’s signing is the first sign of change. No longer will Stephon Marbury dominate the ball and look more for his shot than an open teammate. Duhon cannot break players down off the dribble or play nearly the defense, but he does want to be a facilitator and the first step to creating an offense where ball movement is the most important aspect is a point guard willing to move the ball from his hands.

New point guard Chris Duhon might be exactly what the club requires to start a new frame of mind. Jamal Crawford and Quentin Richardson may not be the most consistent long range shooters, but in the new offense they will get a chance to launch quite a few threes. Knicks ticket should see a dramatic increase in scoring this season with a faster pace of play that could leave Eddie Curry and Zach Randolph on the bench winded and see David Lee emerge as the go to big man after years of being buried under high priced free agents.

New point guard Chris Duhon might be exactly what the club requires to start a new frame of mind. Jamal Crawford and Quentin Richardson may not be the most consistent long range shooters, but in the new offense they will get a chance to launch quite a few threes. Knicks ticket should see a dramatic increase in scoring this season with a faster pace of play that could leave Eddie Curry and Zach Randolph on the bench winded and see David Lee emerge as the go to big man after years of being burreid under high priced free agents.

The restrictions of the salary cap and the near $40 million excess of the Knicks limits what other changes the front office can manage, apart from a few mid-level exception signings and adding a few draft picks. Thus, New York is stuck with much of the same roster. The roster is not bad though. Jamal Crawford may not be the most consistent shooter, but the streaky marksman is unstoppable once he gets going. Quentin Richardson in ability to find a spot on the court because of his size and his love for the outside shot could work well in this system. His bulk and his speed may make him the Shawn Marion of the Knicks. This of course leaves the roles of Zach Randolph and Eddy Curry up in the air. The two players are built for a half court offense and this should be a full court team. This is the first season of many questions that will be answered in the next few seasons, and this could also be the start of the road to Knicks playoff tickets if the new coach and general manager are able to work miracles.

Formally known as the New York Knickerbockers, this National Basketball Association team of professionals plays its game out of New York City's Madison Square Garden and has a long and proud tradition in the NBA. In fact, it is one of two of the original NBA teams who still play their basketball in the city where they were first founded -- the other team being the Boston Celtics. The New York Knicks, over the course of their history since joining the NBA in 1946 have one to believe championships, and have made numerous playoff appearances during that history, also. Additionally, they've also sold a great many New York Knicks tickets.

Carmelo Anthony! Finally, after waiting half a season, the New York Knicks have added his incredible will to score to Amare Stoudemire’s midrange jumper and athletic post moves. Fans must not forget about Chauncey Billups. Calling him Mr. Big Shot may be an exaggeration, but he is Mr. Right Now and the Knicks 2011 playoff destiny rests in his hands!

Down the stretch the Knicks need Carmelo Anthony to put up the kind of points he did when he challenged for the NBA scoring title not so many seasons ago. Melo will be taking the court with Baron Davis, a veteran resurrected by the sudden void at point guard in the starting lineup. Davis’s tendency to play the point guard position as a scorer rather than a distributor may be just the band aid necessary for this scorer ravaged basketball team to hold off the Milwaukee Bucks, the lone club within striking distance of the playoffs.

The Knicks are ready to go forward with Tyson Chandler at center, Anthony at power forward, and Landry Fields at small forward. Iman Shumpert and Baron Davis are set to man the backcourt. Chandler’s defensive presence is even more important now as the stable of scorers appears to have reached its end. Even J.R. Smith, the supposed spark plug signed midseason, has failed to have the effect intended with his addition as sixth man. There is still hope Stat could be returning as an effective player, so that would move Melo back to small forward.

Much has to go right for New York to maintain its trajectory into the postseason. Once there, the club must contend with either the Bulls or Heat, two teams with more than enough talent to eliminate the Knicks. The fans are hoping, or tricking themselves to believe this team is going much farther than the first round.

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