New York Knicks

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.
The "BlacKkKlansman" director was stopped at a Madison Square Garden entrance and he's still fuming.
The NBA player apologized after fans criticized him for "being misogynistic" with his insults of the Memphis Grizzlies' Jae Crowder.
The NYPD also used a photo of a New York Knicks player to search its database for a man wanted for a Brooklyn assault, according to a report by Georgetown University.
The former president was filmed locking lips during the Atlanta Hawks' game against the New York Knicks.
Aggrieved rider James Michael Angelo later explained his "Can you not?" public transit moment.
The league recently reminded teams about the rule on standing for the anthem.
Whether it's really him or not is beside the point.
"It can give you the chills sometimes," he said of his decades covering the NBA.
The former Knicks player was arrested at a game this week. The team's security chief has been fired.
In the face of this public backlash, there are ways for a strategy team to end up on the winning end.