Knicks History

On This Date: Knicks acquire Earl Monroe

Knicks acquire Earl Monroe in what will forever be remembered as the greatest trades in Knicks history

On This Date: Knicks waive Shandon Anderson

A costly mistake from the Scott Layden era

On This Date: “Bomb Squad” roster wins their first regular season game against...

Learn about the "Bomb Squad" who brought three-point shooting to the Garden long before it was fashionable.

On This Date: Ewing scores 44 to lead Knicks to win in Cleveland

Patrick Ewing scores 44 points in 43 minutes.

On This Date: Knicks begin post-Mark Jackson era with win

Knicks start 1992-93 season with revamped roster that was ready to compete for title.

On This Date: Pat Riley wins his first game as Knicks head coach and...

The Pat Riley era begins on the same night the Knicks City Dancers become a fixture at Madison Square Garden.

On This Date: Charles Oakley makes his Knicks debut

Charles Oakley makes his Knicks debut after being acquired in an intriguing trade from Chicago.

Knicks celebrate African-American history around anniversary of Nat Clifton’s debut

Knicks visit African-American Smithsonian around anniversary of Nat Clifton breaking color barrier.

On This Date: Don Nelson wins his first game as the coach of the...

Don Nelson starts his short tenure as Knicks coach

On This Date: Knicks Open 1990-1991 Season with an overtime win against the...

Patrick Ewing scores 38 as the Knicks open the 1990-91 season with a win.

On This Date: Knicks play first ever NBA Game and commemorate it 50 years...

The first "NBA" game somehow happened in Canada, and the Knicks played in it.