The season is close. Very close. So for those of you who want to follow the team, prepare for the season, feed their excitement for the season, go to some games, watch some games, know what to look for, and have an easy page to reference, read on! This is an “article”, but it will also be posted as a PAGE on our website under the “2014-15 Schedule Guide” tab in our menu, so you can access it easily whenever you want!
This post has game-by-game previews, as well as other information you might want. AND, of course, some jokes!
So to see our schedule guide, click the “Continue Reading” thing, either here or right under the image of Melo below, and enjoy! (I don’t want to clog up the entire front page with one article). You can also just click the image of Melo below. (If you went straight to this article, ignore this paragraph)
The fans have spoken. While the Knicks had planned on wearing their new orange alternate jerseys for all weekend home games, the team will reportedly be wearing White tonight (the normal home uniform) against the Atlanta Hawks. The Knicks are 0-6 this season when wearing their orange jerseys, and as the losses have piled up, fans (and even players) have begun to complain. If the team truly is wearing white tonight… we might have a chance.
Coach Woodson still has 2 starting spots open, after saying Wednesday that Felton, Melo, and Chandler are the only players with starting jobs locked up.
The Knicks plan to let Carmelo Anthony pick his teammates when the team has cap space in 2015, if Melo opts into his contract after this season. Melo will have a few stars on the market to pick from, including Rajon Rondo.
Andrea Bargnani has pneumonia, and may not play for his national team this summer.
Below is the Knicks 2013-2014 Schedule. As you can see, the quest for the championship kicks off on October 30th. I will point out a few of the marquee matchups at the end of this post. We are selling Tickets to every game, home and away, so message us on our Facebook Page if you are interested.
Highlights include opening night against the Bucks on October 30, the first Knicks-Nets game on December 5th, the Christmas game against the Thunder, and the first battle with the Heat on January 9th.
We will be selling tickets to every single game starting tomorrow morning (August 7), so message us on our Facebook page if you are interested in buying tix. We offer huge discounts and have seats in every part of the Arena, so let us know which game you want, how many seats, and what you are willing to spend (so we know what section to offer you seats in).
The Knicks will wrap up their season series with Indiana today at the Garden. Tipoff is scheduled for 3:30 (meaning the game will probably start at 3:45). With the Knicks needing only 1 more win or 1 more Pacers loss to clinch the 2 seed, the stakes of this game are fairly low. However, the Knicks have lost 2 straight to Indiana, and tying the season series would give them more confidence heading into a potential second-round matchup with these Pacers. The Pacers are a very physical team, and with an injured front line, the Knicks will have a tough time matching the Pacers down low. To win this game, the Knicks will need to hit their shots and keep their composure.