NBA Finals 2010 Knicks

NBA Finals 2010

New York Knicks vs. Minnesota Timber wolves, NBA Finals 2010

Winning two NBA finals in the 1970’s, all time greats Willis Reed, Patrick Ewing’s and many more have once worn their famous jersey. The current owner of the team, Mr. James Dolan has spent a grand sum on the training of the players making sure that this one game makes them get their reputation back this year, certainly a very exciting game to come.

Even after a series of losses of the professional basketball association’s team of New York called the New York Knickerbockers or lets just say The Knicks, their ostentatious reputation seem to be unstirred amongst the basketball fans around the world. The fact that the team is not going to NBA Finals 2010 this year, makes a massive opportunity for the Knicks fans around the globe to attend the upcoming Knicks game. Game to be held on Wednesday, October 6, 2010, at 8:00 pm at Madison Square Garden, NY. In this exciting game, they challenge one of their oldest opponents, Minnesota Timber Wolves.

Ranging back to the Knicks history this year, on February 17th, the Knicks traded Darko Miličić to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Brian Cardinal and cash considerations. On February 18th, the Knicks and Boston Celtics swapped guard Nate Robinson for shooting guard Eddie House. The Knicks also acquired forward Tracy McGrady from the Houston Rockets and point guard Sergio Rodriguez from the Sacramento Kings in a three-way trade. The deal sent the Knicks shooting guard Larry Hughes to Sacramento and forward Jordan Hill and power forward Jared Jeffries to Houston. About 3 weeks after these team-changing trades, the Knicks played the Dallas Mavericks at American Airlines Center and blew them out by a score of 128–94 for the largest win of the season. Thus the crowd for the Knicks game this year makes a huge expectation from the game making it the most awaited challenge of this year.
East Village Apartments
If you are watching this Knick game then make sure you get your ticket soon, and don’t forget to rent an apartment that’s close to the game, giving you an advantage of ease of access. Available at the most affordable prices, furnished apartments at East Village Apartments, closest to the Madison Square Garden, the venue for the next Knicks game. See you there!


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