New York Knicks

The network's editing goof, for which it apologized, had some fans wondering "who screwed that up?"
The former "Saturday Night Live" star pushed back against an overzealous spectator in Madison Square Garden.
Nicknamed “The Captain,” Reed was the emotional leader on the Knicks’ two NBA championship teams.
"You got people getting up at 6 a.m. doing 12-hour shifts," the Knicks star told reporters following his team's loss to the Charlotte Hornets.
The movie director and the ESPN star commiserated over the Knicks' chaotic draft night.
The Atlanta Hawks star got his own Broadway-style revenge after being spit on earlier in the series.
Two other fan-related incidents occurred in different cities on the same night during the NBA playoffs.
"Everybody in this building should know who the hell I am," the former Knicks great said.
“This virus is serious and should not be taken lightly," warned the New York Knicks legend and Georgetown men's basketball coach.
Earlier today, Dolan promised to pay Madison Square Garden event staff through May 3 despite cancelations.