New York Knicks Finding Success On The Court, Serenity Off It

December 11th, 2009 by Adam Fier Leave a reply »
In the last decade, Madison Square Garden has seen a lot.

It's seen the rebirth of the hockey team that calls it home, as the Rangers have been a playoff regular since the lockout a few years back.

It's seen some historical moments in music, with the likes of Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's Billy Joel and Elton John having banners raised in their honor.

It's even seen some memorable hardwood moments, with a six overtime college basketball classic last spring when Syracuse outlasted UCONN in one of the most thrilling sporting events in recent memory.

What the self-proclaimed "World's Most Famous Arena" has not seen is competitive professional basketball played by their long time tenants who wear orange and blue.

No, the Knicks have been largely unwatchable since Patrick Ewing and Jeff Van Gundy left town, and as the first decade of the new millennium comes to a close, the current cast of characters is doing something else Knicks fans aren't used to:

Winning without any off-the-court distractions.

The two faces of this disastrous decade would undoubtedly be Isiah Thomas and Stephon Marbury (with owne ...

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