New York Knicks Tickets & 2021 Schedule
The New York Knicks are an iconic team that are favorites of many fans just because they are the Knicks. Demand for Knicks tickets at the Garden is strong every season and that includes the 2021 season. The Knicks have played over 5,800 games in their history, but still regularly sell out their home court for big games. That is because the Knicks remain one of the most popular teams in the NBA, with a passionate hometown fan base that combines with a large number of fans in attendance to experience a game at MSG. Those two segments of fans combine to make for a unique home atmosphere for a Knicks game.
Expectations in the Big Apple are always high, and many Knicks fans go into every season expecting this to "be the year" that the Knicks make a run deep into the postseason. During the Knicks glory days making the playoffs was only step one, but that needed to be followed by a tremendous run that would result in an NBA Finals appearance. These days a Knicks playoff game would be massive, and the faithful in New York continue to hope this will be the year the Knicks make their return to the NBA Playoffs. Demand for Knicks playoff tickets easily outpace the rest of the league. The Knicks having a chance to play in the Eastern Conference Final or NBA Finals in New York would be a set of events without any peer.
The biggest home games on the Knicks schedule each season are their star-studded match-ups against the Brooklyn Nets, Los Angeles Lakers, Boston Celtics or Philadelphia 76ers. Whenever one of the NBA's biggest stars is in-town, you can bet that New Yorkers will turn out in huge numbers for the game, just like they did for decades when MJ came to the Garden. Other big home games for the Knicks include the long-time rivals from the Indiana Pacers and the Miami Heat. The biggest demand for Knicks tickets come when New York earns a playoff berth, which brings out a capacity crowd for each home game.
Knicks vs Celtics
As two of the three remaining teams from the original 1946 NBA, this rivalry has more history than any other in the league. With over 450 regular season matchups and another 60+ playoff meetings, the Knicks vs Celtics is a series that is steeped in great history. On the court this is a rivalry that is built off mutual respect, buts fans from New York definitely want to beat the team from nearby Boston.
Knicks vs Nets
The New York Knicks have been the dominate team in the Five Buroughs for decades, but with the Nets moving to Brooklyn they are now competing in the same market. That has intensified the rivalry between the Knicks and Nets to the premiere game it is today. The Knicks have the history of their franchise and The Garden to lean on, but the Nets have a great team that is winning over fans in Brooklyn. The Knicks vs Nets match-up will continue to be heated as these battle it out for supremacy in New York. The Knicks first played the Nets in 1976.
Knicks vs Heat
Some fans may consider the Knicks vs Heat rivalry one that is in the past, but the intensity is still there anytime these two East Coast teams play. The Knicks vs Heat rivalry was been built on physical play, and continues to be chippy at times when these two teams play. It was launched to prominence with a handful of significant playoff series in the 90's. Then the rivalry intensified when legendary head coach Pat Riley became the leader of the Heat after serving in the same role with the Knicks for many seasons. Both teams compete in the NBA Eastern Conference, so the stakes are always high when they play because a playoff spot may be on the line.
Knicks Top Games
- vs Boston Celtics
- vs Brooklyn Nets
- vs LeBron James (it's always a big game when Bron plays in the Garden)
- vs Miami Heat
Knicks Playoff Tickets & Schedule
The Knicks have appeared in the NBA postseason over 40 times, which ranks New York among the top 5 teams in the league in that category. The number of times the Knicks have made the NBA postseason is just a step behind the legendary franchises the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers. Knicks hosting an NBA Playoff series would either see them hosting Games 1, 2, 5 & 7 if they are the home team in the series (better record) or hosting Game 3, 4, and 6. Regardless of which games that New York hosts, expect huge crowds whenever the Knicks are in the Playoffs. Knicks playoff tickets rank among the hottest selling tickets offered at TicketCity, and typically the demand for seats greatly outweighs the supply. Check out the full list of Knicks playoff games listed here, and then choose the tickets you need from our wide selection.