Knicks Tickets On Secondary Market Rising For Home Games, Host Heat Friday Night

The New York Knicks have won four straight games with a complete team effort, with some primetime performances from rookie Kristaps Porzingis. The 7’3” Latvian is making his first impression one for the history books, averaging 13.2 points, 8.8 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game so far this season. But it is not purely the […]

Thunder Tickets Declining In Days Leading Up To Friday’s Game Against Knicks

There are 11 scheduled NBA games on Friday, November 19th and secondary market Thunder tickets for their home game against the New York Knicks rank as the third most expensive. The Thunder are planning on welcoming back Kevin Durant, who missed the last four games due to a hamstring tweak during the Washington Wizards game […]

Knicks-Nets Most Expensive Game Remaining For Team

The New York Knicks haven’t won much this season, but they are winning the race for the worst record in the NBA which would give them the highest percentage out of the lottery teams to earn the No. 1 overall pick in next years draft. The Knicks, losers of seven straight and 1-9 in their […]

A preview for (cheap) Knicks tickets in March

Carmelo Anthony was finally shut down over the past week, which puts the finishing touches on a New York Knicks season that was probably lost before it ever began. While it’s been tough to see the Knickerbockers struggle so badly this year, they’re resting their star player for next year and over the course of […]

Knicks hit the road before the break

The New York Knicks struggles have become so pronounced even owner James Dolan is openly ushering some fans to change their allegiance. Reports are Dolan recently fired off an angry letter to a longtime fan who dared to criticize his Knickerbockers. In the letter, Dolan taunts the man with the direct missive “start rooting for […]

Knicks vs Nets cross-town rivalry game precedes All-Star Game sharing duties

Before sharing hosting duties for the 2015 NBA All-Star Game, the cross-town rivals New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets square off on Friday, February 6th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. The Knick had won five of their last seven games for their best stretch of the season before losing 108-97 at home against […]

Knicks seeing secondary market hit as result of struggles

The New York Knicks haven’t had it easy during the 2014-15 NBA season. Even when Carmelo Anthony has been healthy, they’ve struggled to find wins, while just about everyone on the roster has missed time at some point during the season. The mounting losses even forced Phil Jackson to trade away J.R. Smith and Iman […]

Going in opposite directions, the Clippers & Knicks to meet on New Year’s Eve

The Clippers were once a franchise in a complete mess. Things have changed for the better, however, as the Clippers are now unequivocally the best team in Los Angeles with the Lakers struggling mightily. In contrast, the New York Knicks are the second best team in New York with Brooklyn moving into the neighborhood. The […]

Stars collide as LeBron & Cavs head to Madison Square Garden

Although this isn’t a matchup of two of the Eastern Conference’s best records, it’s a matchup of two of the highest-profile teams in the East when Carmelo Anthony and his Knicks squad takes on LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Both teams have underperformed so far this season, and they are both trending in different […]

Knicks tickets this weekend are cheapest of the season

The New York Knicks finish their homestand this weekend with a game against the Utah Jazz on Friday night and a matchup with the Denver Nuggets on Sunday afternoon. The Knicks are on a six-game skid after starting the season 2-1. According to TiqIQ, the average price for a Knicks home game this season is […]

Knicks vs Nets most expensive November game in New York City

The New York Knicks entered the 2014-15 season with a new plan of attack. Keeping Carmelo Anthony in town over the summer was “Objective A,” while Phil Jackson continued to map out the future of the franchise with rookie head coach Derek Fisher implementing the Triangle Offense. How it all unfolds is anyone’s guess, but […]

Knicks tickets starting at $130 for home opener

In less than two weeks, the New York Knicks will be taking to the Madison Square Garden floor to begin their 2014-15 campaign. Despite a relatively quiet offseason, other than the announcement of Carmelo Anthony that he would be returning to Manhattan, expectations are quietly high as Phil Jackson and Derek Fisher look to retool […]

Two games vs. Cavs top list of Knicks most expensive tickets for 2014-15 season

The New York Knicks had a subpar 2013-14 season after being expected to do big things following a 54 win 2012-13 campaign.  However, the Knicks won only 37 games last season and failed to reach the playoffs.  Since then, President of Basketball Operations Phil Jackson has taken over bringing in some new faces like trading […]

Keith Schlosser Joining SNY’s as Lead Writer

In early 2010, I joined the Knicks blogosphere with the introduction of Though at the time, New York was struggling through the season while being led by the likes of David Lee, Chris Duhon, and Toney Douglas, the future was filled with promise. There were huge question marks surrounding the team’s future plans, but […]