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Tickets to the Miami Heat vs. Knicks



Miami Heat Vs. New York Knicks American Airlines Arena
Miami, FL Saturday
2/28/2009
7:30 PM

Miami Heat Vs. New York Knicks American Airlines Arena
Miami, FL Sunday
4/12/2009
6:00 PM

Did You Know?

The New York Knickerbockers, or Knicks, are a professional basketball team based in New York City. They play in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Primary logo design: The words "NEW YORK KNICKS" (with "KNICKS" being larger than the other two words) above a basketball on top of an upturned isosceles triangle. The design is featured on the Knicks uniform shorts. This is a modernized version of the "roundball" logo the Knicks have used since 1964.

Other logo designs: The Knicks also use a circular emblem, with the letters NYK, designed to look like a subway token. From the late 1960s to 1990, the Knicks used an orange interlocking NY logo—the same design as on the New York Yankees' jerseys—on their warmup jackets and later their shorts (sometimes within an "apple" silhouette, sometimes by itself); it remains on their throwback-uniform shorts.

2005–06 Record: 23–59

Many in the media view the current state of the New York Knicks as being one of the worst-run franchises in professional sports. A common, tongue-in-cheek statement is that the Knicks have replaced the Los Angeles Clippers as a Leno/Letterman punchline, as the Clippers' formerly inept team is now a playoff contender with young and talented players, while the Knicks have become the poorly-run team of perennial losers.[6][7]

On June 22, 2006, The Knicks fired head coach Larry Brown and replaced him with president of basketball operations Isiah Thomas. Thomas has been given a year to turn around the Knicks or he will suffer the same fate as Brown.

Many fans in and around the New York City area have viewed the coaching change as being one step closer to their ultimate wish: to see Thomas, and owner Dolan, be fired and sell the team, respectively. During the 2006 NBA Draft, a very vocal group of Knicks fans were shown during the ESPN telecast booing at the team's first first-round selection, Renaldo Balkman, and considered Balkman to be a bad pick, especially considering that a projected lottery pick (Marcus Williams) still was available at the time. He (Balkman) was projected to go in the 2nd round or to go undrafted. Also, numerous anti-Knick websites have sprung up, most notably SellTheKnicks.com[8], who organized a march on Madison Square Garden, the home of the Draft, to protest Dolan's "mismanagement" of the Knicks.