A Knicks game can be one of the great New York experiences, enjoyed by both the usual crowd of white-collar Manhattanites and a fair number of folks streaming in from the suburbs.
The once-mighty Knicks were humbled in recent seasons. The ragtag, uninspired assemblage of players was, at times, almost unwatchable.
Under Coach Mike Woodson the Knicks have managed two consecutive playoff appearances, and last season won a first round series for the first time in over a decade.
In 2013-14 Knicks fans will be looking once again for leadership from star forward Carmelo Anthony and hoping he can help create the kind of cohesive team chemistry that has often eluded them in the past.
For parts of the past several years, when all but the true-believers lost patience, seats have often been available at face value (the prices established by the teams). That may be the case again this year, so you should click here to see what’s available at face value
If the game you want is sold-out or you are interested in better seats, you might want to consider premium tickets, which are sold at market prices, sometimes substantially above face-value. Click the "full Home Schedule" link above for a calendar, or click below for the next home game.