The New York Knicks are an American Basketball team competing in the Eastern Conference Atlantic Division of the NBA. The Knicks were founded in 1946 and play their home games at Madison Square Garden. The New York Knicks have won two NBA Championships - in 1970 and 1973.
The Knicks drafted Wills Reed in 1964 and he was named Rookie of the Year in his rookie season, though the Knicks failed to make the Playoffs. In 1967, another rookie Walt Frazier made his debut for the Knicks and with the help of Reed and Frazier, the Knicks won their first NBA Championship in 1969-70 beating the Los Angeles Lakers in a closely contested Finals series. In 1972, the Knicks acquired Earl Monroe and he along with Wills Reed was instrumental in the Knicks' title winning campaign in 1972-73. The New York Knicks have won 8 Conference titles with the last one in 1999. Some of the prominent players to have played for the New York Knicks include Walt Frazier, Wills Reed, Earl Monroe etc
New York Knicks Record - Last 10 Seasons
|Season||Division Finish||Conference Finish||Record||Playoffs|
|2012-13||1st||2nd||54-28||Lost Conf Semifinals|
|2011-12||2nd||7th||36-30||Lost First Round|
|2010-11||2nd||6th||42-40||Lost First Round|
New York Knicks Roster
Tim Hardaway Jr.