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In the final year of Carmelo Anthony's contract, the New York Knicks are in a must-win-now situation. With the rival Brooklyn Nets reloading this offseason by acquiring Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Jason Terry to team with Deron Williams, Joe Johnson and Brook Lopez, there's a full-on arms race in New York City. The Knicks acquired offensive star Andrea Bargnani to pair with Carmelo and Amar'e Stoudemire, creating one of (if not THE) most dynamic frontcourts in the NBA. With hometown hero and St. John's alum Metta World Peace coming off the bench with Kenyon Martin, the Knicks have plenty of toughness to compete with the best in the East.
The Golden Era
The late 1960s were the true golden era for the Knicks. Over the first six seasons of his reign as head coach, Basketball Hall of Fame inductee Red Holtzman led the Knicks to three NBA finals and two Championships (1970 and 1973). The roster included basketball icons such as Phil Jackson, Dick Barnett, Willis Reed, Jerry Lucas, and Earl “the Pearl” Monroe.
While those two championships remain the only titles in the New York Knicks trophy case, the 1980s ushered in another period of sustained success for the storied team. Patrick Ewing anchored a perennial contender in the Big Apple and helped the Knicks reach two NBA finals.
Playing their home games in historic Madison Square Garden, the New York Knicks boast one of the great sporting venues on the planet. In the heart of Times Square, MSG is the home of the Knicks, the New York Rangers and the biggest concerts and events in history. The “World's Most Famous Arena” is the biggest basketball stage in the world and NBA players of all generations have relished the opportunity to play there.
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