By Nicholas Ranieri, Knicks Fan Since '80
The Knicks teamed up with 85 children from St. Mary’s Recreation Center in the Bronx for a basketball clinic this past weekend. The children participated in drills alongside Knicks players Tim Hardaway Jr. and Kenyon Martin, the Knicks City Dancers, and more. Check out the photo gallery on KnicksNow.com.
MSG Network premiered a special Raymond Felton “Beginnings” episode last night after the Bobcats game. Catch a sneak peak of Felton discussing what helped him develop ball control as a young kid here and make sure you check out the replay on MSG this week!
Five lucky fans got to join Amar’e Stoudemire and Metta World Peace on a fun Foot Locker shopping spree. KnicksNow was there to bring you all of the action.
World Peace’s new hats are a perfect match with the new #KnicksInOrange jersey, as you can tell from this on the court picture.
Tyson Chandler tweeted a new preview for Disney XD’s “Pranksgiving” on Monday. The show airs Monday nights at 8:30 PM and Chandler will be making a few guest appearances during the season.
Carmelo Anthony had a special good morning message to all of his Instagram followers on Tuesday.
KnicksNow had an all-access look at Felton’s new player exclusive Under Armour kicks.
Tina Cervasio and the Garden of Dreams Foundation raised over $45,000 by running the New York City Marathon last weekend. Cervasio finished with the impressive time of 4:13 and then worked the Knicks MSG broadcast!
Tuesday was Bronx Borough Night at Madison Square Garden.
Tuesdalso marked the date of the beginning of a NBA record for Knicks legend Patrick Ewing.
TDIKH: (1988) Patrick Ewing blocks 5 shots at NJ - the first game of an NBA record 145 consecutive games of at least 1 block.— NY_KnicksPR (@NY_KnicksPR) November 5, 2013
Earl “The Pearl” Monroe had a welcome message for Patrick Ewing on Tuesday because Ewing is now an assistant coach with the Charlotte Bobcats.
#33 will be in the building tonight - Once a Knick, always a Knick.— Earl Monroe (@EarlThePearl_15) November 5, 2013
K-Mart was inducted into the UC Athletics Hall of Fame last week and here is his acceptance speech from the event.
MSG Network’s Al Trautwig provided some tips for children before their big New York Knicks interview while it looked like Clyde was working pretty hard.