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New York Knicks Tickets Are A Must If You Love The Team...Or Just The Game

The Big Apple is widely considered a modern marvel of the planet. Home to the United Nations and the Statue of Liberty, the five boroughs that form New York City collectively represent one of the cultural, political, and economic centers of the entire world, not just the United States. So, it's no wonder that millions of visitors come here every year to see the sights and sounds, be it a play on Broadway or the view from the top of the Empire State Building.

For those wanting to visit one of the meccas for sports and entertainment, a trip to Madison Square Garden is in order. Whether you catch a concert series or get New York Knicks tickets, a trip to the Big Apple is the trip of a lifetime and you shouldn't squander the chance to catch one of the most historical NBA franchises in action on their own home court.

It's been a number of years since the Knicks made the playoffs, but the team is certainly on the rebound. Veteran and multi-time All Star Carmelo Anthony leads a squad of young up-and-coming talent like Kristaps Porzingis with the help of accomplished veterans such as Courtney Lee and Joakim Noah. Local residents with season tickets get to see 41 home games per year, as the complete schedule means every one of the other 29 teams in the league visits at least once per season.

Given the popularity of the team, New York Knicks tickets are not always going to be cheap. The Garden holds tens of thousands of fans, but New York has millions more citizens and fans that most other NBA cities. That partly explains why the city is one of only two across the country to share two franchises in the same city. Only Los Angeles can say the same, where the Lakers and Clippers share a city and even an arena.

The Knicks don't share the Garden with anyone, but they do have cross-town rivals across the river, where the Brooklyn Nets play in the Barclays Center. It's actually a chance for Knicks fans to catch a few 'road' games each season, although many also drive or fly to the other cities the Knicks also travel to. Sometimes, the airfare, hotel, and tickets in smaller markets winds up being cheaper than home games!

 

 

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