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Fragen und Antworten. NOUN 1. NOUN 2. Zuletzt gesucht. However, they were unable to win an NBA championship during this era.
Since , the Knicks have struggled to regain their former successes, but won their first division title in 19 years in —13 , led by a core of forwards Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire.
They were eventually eliminated in the Eastern Conference semifinals by the Indiana Pacers , and have failed to make the playoffs since.
In , basketball, particularly college basketball , was a growing and increasingly profitable sport in New York City. Ned Irish , a college basketball promoter, retired sportswriter and then president of Madison Square Garden , was in attendance.
Irish wanted a distinct name for his franchise that was representative of the city of New York. After tallying the votes, the franchise was named the Knickerbockers.
John's University coach Joe Lapchick in May John's one more season in hopes of winning one last championship. With no college draft in the league's initial year, there was no guarantee that the Knicks or the league itself would thrive.
As promised, Lapchick took over in , bringing with him his up-tempo coaching style, which emphasized fast ball movement.
Prior to the beginning of the —50 season , the BAA merged with the National Basketball League to form the National Basketball Association with the BAA absorbing six teams from its former competitor.
The following season , the Knicks made history signing Sweetwater Clifton to a contract, thus becoming the first professional basketball team to sign an African American player.
Though they placed third in their division, they secured a playoff spot and began the first of three consecutive trips to the NBA Finals.
It was during this early period, the Knicks developed their first standout players in Carl Braun who retired as the Knicks leading scorer with 10, points before later being surpassed by the likes of Patrick Ewing, Walt Frazier and Willis Reed.
Following these back-to-back losses, the Knicks made the playoffs in the subsequent two years with no success. Lapchick resigned as the team's head coach in January citing health-related issues.
Louis Hawks. Looking to regain their former dominance, Andrew Levane was named the head coach and in his first year, the results were significantly better as the team finished with a 40—32 record, securing their playoff spot.
Bonaventure's basketball team , in As a testament to their struggles, on March 2, , the Knicks faced the Philadelphia Warriors in Hershey, Pennsylvania , where they infamously allowed Wilt Chamberlain to score an NBA-record points in a — Warriors victory.
In , the franchise's fortunes began to take a steady turn. The Knicks drafted center Willis Reed , who made an immediate impact on the court and was named NBA Rookie of the Year for his efforts.
In an attempt to reorganize, the Knicks named former standout Harry Gallatin as head coach while reassigning Donovan to general manager position.
The Knicks started their —68 season with a — win over the visiting Warriors. In that game, seven players on the Knicks' roster scored in double figures.
They managed to stop their losing streak on November 1, , when the Knicks won the road game against the Lakers, — During the game, Willis Reed scored a career-high 53 points on of shooting from the field.
In that game, nine Knicks' player scored at least 10 points. Under his direction, the Knicks went 28—17 and finished with a 43—39 record thus salvaging a playoff berth, however, the Knicks were again vanquished in the Eastern Division semi-finals by the Philadelphia 76ers.
Rookies Phil Jackson and Walt Frazier were named to the NBA All-Rookie Team while Dick Barnett and Willis Reed performed in the NBA All-Star Game.
The following season, the team acquired Dave DeBusschere from the Detroit Pistons , and the team went 54— In the —70 season , the Knicks had a then-single-season NBA record 18 straight victories en route to a 60—22 record, which was the best regular season record in the franchise's history to that point.
Willis Reed tore a muscle in his right leg in the second quarter, and was lost for the rest of the game. Without their injured captain the Knicks lost Game 6, setting up one of the most famous moments in NBA history.
The Knicks' success continued for the next few years. After losing to the Bullets in the Eastern Conference finals, the team, aided by the acquisitions of Jerry Lucas and Earl "The Pearl" Monroe , returned to the Finals in In the —75 season , the Knicks posted a 40—42 record, their first losing record in eight seasons.
The team still qualified for a playoff spot, however, but the opportunity was squandered as they lost to the Houston Rockets in the first round. After improving to a 39—43 record in the —80 season , the Knicks posted a 50—32 record in the —81 season.
The team's record that year was a dismal 33— One of the Knicks' bench players and defensive specialists during the s was Phil Jackson.
Jackson went on to coach the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers to 11 NBA championships, surpassing Red Auerbach for the most in NBA history.
Jackson cited Holzman as a significant influence on his career in the NBA. Hubie Brown replaced Holzman as head coach and in his first season, the team went 44—38 and made it to the second round of the playoffs, where they were swept by the eventual champion Philadelphia 76ers.
In the summer of , the Knicks were entered into the first-ever NBA Draft Lottery. They used the pick to select star center Patrick Ewing of Georgetown University.
During Ewing's second season, the team started with a 4—12 record and head coach Hubie Brown was dismissed in favor of assistant Bob Hill.
The team immediately turned around in the —88 season with the hiring of Rick Pitino as head coach, who, only months prior to his hiring, led Providence College to the Final Four , turning around a program that had struggled prior to his arrival.
The resurgence continued the following season as the team traded backup center Bill Cartwright to the Bulls for power forward Charles Oakley before the season started and then posted a 52—30 record, which was good enough for their first division title in 18 years and their fifth division title in franchise history.
Prior to the start of the —90 season , Pitino departed from New York to coach for the University of Kentucky leaving many stunned by his departure.
They went on to lose to the eventual NBA champion Detroit Pistons in the next round. The Knicks were swept in the first round by the eventual NBA champion, Chicago Bulls.
After the conclusion of the season, MacLeod left the team to become the head coach at the University of Notre Dame.
President David Checketts reached out to Pat Riley , who was working as a commentator for the National Broadcasting Company NBC , to see if he was interested in returning to coaching.
Riley accepted the Knicks proposition on May 31, Before the season, the Knicks traded Mark Jackson to the Los Angeles Clippers for Charles Smith , Doc Rivers , and Bo Kimble while also acquiring Rolando Blackman from the Dallas Mavericks.
After defeating the Indiana Pacers and Charlotte Hornets in the first two rounds of the playoffs , the Knicks made it to the Eastern Conference finals, where once again they met the Bulls.
After taking a two games-to-none lead, the Knicks lost the next four games. After the Bulls' Michael Jordan made what would be his first retirement from basketball prior to the —94 season , many saw this as an opportunity for the Knicks to finally make it to the NBA Finals.
The team, who acquired Derek Harper in a midseason trade with the Dallas Mavericks , once again won the Atlantic Division with a 57—25 record. In the playoffs , the team played a then NBA-record 25 games the Boston Celtics played 26 games in the playoffs ; they started by defeating the New Jersey Nets in the first round before finally getting past the Bulls, defeating them in the second round in seven games.
In the Eastern Conference Finals, they faced the Indiana Pacers , who at one point held a three games-to-two lead.
They had this advantage thanks to the exploits of Reggie Miller , who scored 25 fourth quarter points in Game 5 to lead the Pacers to victory.
However, the Knicks won the next two games to reach their first NBA Finals since In the finals , the Knicks would play seven low-scoring, defensive games against the Houston Rockets.
After splitting the first two games in Houston, the Knicks would win two out of three games at Madison Square Garden , which also hosted the New York Rangers first Stanley Cup celebration in 54 years following their win over the Vancouver Canucks in Game 7 of their finals during the series.
A Knicks win would have made the Garden the first building to host a Cup winner and an NBA champ in the same season.
In Game 6, however, a last-second attempt at a game-winning shot by Starks was tipped by Rockets center Hakeem Olajuwon , giving the Rockets an 86—84 victory and forcing a Game 7.
The Knicks lost Game 7 90—84, credited in large part to Starks's dismal 2-for shooting performance and Riley's stubborn refusal to bench Starks, despite having bench players who were renowned for their shooting prowess, such as Rolando Blackman and Hubert Davis available.
The loss denied New York the distinction of having both NBA and NHL championships in the same year. Nevertheless, the Knicks had gotten some inspiration from Mark Messier and the Rangers during the finals.
The next year, the Knicks were second place in the Atlantic Division with a 55—27 record. The team defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers before facing the Pacers again in the second round.
The tone for the Knicks—Pacers series was set in Game 1, as Miller once again became a clutch nuisance to the Knicks by scoring eight points in the final 8 seconds of the game to give the Pacers a — victory.
The series went to a Game 7, and when Patrick Ewing 's last-second finger roll attempt to tie the game missed, the Pacers clinched the 97—95 win.
Riley resigned the next day,  and the Knicks hired Don Nelson as their new head coach. However Nelson's uptempo approach clashed with the Knicks' defensive identity, and during the —96 season , Nelson was fired after 59 games, and, instead of going after another well-known coach, the Knicks hired longtime assistant Jeff Van Gundy , who had no prior experience as a head coach.
The Knicks ended up with a 47—35 record that year, and swept the Cavaliers in the first round of the playoffs before losing to the eventual champion Bulls who had an NBA record 72 wins in the regular season in five games.
In the —97 season , the Knicks, with the additions of such players as Larry Johnson and Allan Houston , registered a 57—25 record.
In the playoffs, the Knicks swept the Charlotte Hornets in the first round before facing the Miami Heat coached by Riley in the second round. The Knicks took a 3—1 lead in the series before a brawl near the end of Game 5 resulted in suspensions of key players.
Many of the suspended Knicks players, Ewing in particular, were disciplined not for participating in the altercation itself, but for violating an NBA rule stipulating that a benched player may not leave the bench during a fight the rule was subsequently amended, making it illegal to leave the "bench area".
With Ewing and Houston suspended for Game 6, Johnson and Starks suspended for Game 7, and Charlie Ward suspended for both, the Knicks lost the series.
The —98 season was marred by a wrist injury to Ewing on December 22, which forced him to miss the rest of the season and much of the playoffs. The team, which had a 43—39 record that season, still managed to defeat the Heat in the first round a series, which saw another violent bench clearing brawl at the end of Game 4, this time between Johnson and former Hornets teammate Alonzo Mourning of the playoffs before having another meeting with the Pacers in the second round.
Ewing returned in time for game two of the series. This time, the Pacers easily won the series in five games, as Reggie Miller once again broke the hearts of Knicks fans by hitting a tying three-pointer with 5.
For the fourth straight year, the Knicks were eliminated in the second round of the playoffs. Prior to the lockout-shortened —99 season , the Knicks traded Charles Oakley to the Toronto Raptors for Marcus Camby while also trading John Starks in a package to the Golden State Warriors for 's 1st team all league shooting guard Latrell Sprewell whose contract was voided by the Warriors after choking Warriors' head coach P.
Carlesimo during the previous season. After barely getting into the playoffs with a 27—23 record, the Knicks started a Cinderella run.
It started with the Knicks eliminating the 1 seeded Heat in the first round after Allan Houston bounced in a running one-hander off the front of the rim, high off the backboard, and in with 0.
This remarkable upset marked only the second time in NBA history that an 8-seed had defeated the 1-seed in the NBA playoffs, and also the first time it happened in the Eastern Conference.
After defeating the Atlanta Hawks in the second round four games to none, they faced the Pacers yet again in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Despite losing Ewing to injury for the rest of the playoffs prior to Game 3, the Knicks won the series aided in part to a four-point play by Larry Johnson in the final seconds of Game 3 to become the first eighth-seeded playoff team to make it to the NBA Finals.
However, in the Finals, the San Antonio Spurs , with superstars David Robinson and Tim Duncan , proved too much for the injury-laden Knicks, who lost in five games.
The remarkable fifth game of this Finals is remembered for its 2nd half scoring duel between the Spurs' Tim Duncan and the Knicks' Latrell Sprewell , and was decided by a long jumper by Avery Johnson with 47 seconds left to clinch the title for the Spurs.
The — season , would prove to be the last one in New York for Ewing, as the Knicks, who had a 50—32 record that season swept the Toronto Raptors a team led by Vince Carter , Antonio Davis and a young Tracy McGrady in three games in the first round, defeated the Miami Heat in another dramatic 7-game series in which Ewing's dunk with over a minute remaining in game 7, provided the winning margin in a 1-point road victory.
They would, however, lose in the Eastern Conference Finals to the Reggie Miller -led Indiana Pacers in six games. After the season, Ewing was traded  on September 20, , to the Seattle SuperSonics , and the Ewing era, which produced many successful playoff appearances but no NBA championship titles, came to an end.
Despite the loss of Ewing, the Knicks remained successful in the regular season, as they posted a 48—34 record under the direction of Houston and Sprewell.
In October , the team elected to extend Chaney's contract for another year. After a 10—18 start to the —04 season, the Knicks underwent a massive overhaul.
Isiah Thomas was named the Knicks' president on December 22, , upon the firing of Scott Layden. Hoping to find a leader that could put the team back on track, New York hired Larry Brown to coach the team.
With a bloated payroll, the Knicks stumbled to the second worst record in the NBA that season, at 23— With the departure of Brown, team president Isiah Thomas took over the head coaching responsibilities.
As a testament to their struggles, on December 16, , the Knicks and the Denver Nuggets broke into a brawl during their game in Madison Square Garden.
With multiple players still serving a suspension as a result of the brawl, on December 20, , David Lee created one of the most memorable plays in recent Knicks history, and served as a bright spot as the team's struggles persisted, during a game against the Charlotte Bobcats.
With a tie game and 0. The ball sailed towards the basket, and with that 0. Because of this rule, the rarity of Lee's play increases. The Knicks won, — in double overtime.
During the off-season, the organization became embroiled in further controversy away from the basketball court. Anucha Browne Sanders , a former Knicks executive, had filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Isiah Thomas and Madison Square Garden.
MSG chairman James Dolan hired former Indiana Pacers President Donnie Walsh on April 2, , to take over Isiah Thomas's role as team president.
On November 21, , the Knicks dealt one of their top scorers, Jamal Crawford , to the Golden State Warriors for Al Harrington.
Additionally, the long-standing controversy with Stephon Marbury ended when the two sides agreed to a buy-out of Marbury's contract, which allowed him to sign with the Celtics when he cleared waivers on February 27, In the NBA draft , the Knicks selected forward Jordan Hill eighth after targets such as Stephen Curry , Jonny Flynn , and Ricky Rubio were off the board.
Guard Toney Douglas was then selected with a 29th overall pick, which was acquired from the Los Angeles Lakers.
The point loss was also the second-worst in Knicks franchise history. The deal also included forward Marcus Landry going to the Celtics and the Knicks acquiring bench players J.
Giddens and Bill Walker. The deal sent Knicks shooting guard Larry Hughes to Sacramento and forward Jordan Hill and power forward Jared Jeffries to Houston.
The Knicks and former Phoenix Suns forward-center Amar'e Stoudemire came to an agreement on July 5, D'Antoni along with Stoudemire and the core of young players, including Felton, Danilo Gallinari , Mozgov, Wilson Chandler and rookie Landry Fields , piloted the Knicks to a 28—26 record prior to the All-Star break, marking the first time the team had been above the.
After months of speculation, on February 22, , Anthony was traded to New York, with teammates Chauncey Billups , Shelden Williams , Anthony Carter , and former Knicks player Renaldo Balkman.
In addition, the Knicks sent Anthony Randolph and Eddy Curry to the Minnesota Timberwolves and in return the Timberwolves' Corey Brewer was sent to the Knicks.
The Knicks clinched their first playoff berth since the NBA Playoffs in a rout of the Cleveland Cavaliers on April 3, The Knicks also obtained the draft rights to Ahmad Nivins and Georgios Printezis from Dallas.
In order to fit Chandler under the salary cap, Chauncey Billups was earlier waived under the amnesty clause of the new collective bargaining agreement.
At the time, Davis had suffered a herniated disk and was not expected to compete for about 6—8 weeks, leaving Toney Douglas as the team's starting point guard.
With the Knicks struggling to an 8—15 record, D'Antoni inserted third-string point guard Jeremy Lin into the rotation against the New Jersey Nets on February 4, Smith on February 18, Assistant Mike Woodson was named the interim head coach.
Under Woodson, the Knicks finished 18—6 during the regular season and clinched a playoff spot for the second straight year this time as the seventh seed, making it the first time they have clinched consecutive playoff berths since making 13 straight playoff appearances from to The Knicks began their off-season by selecting Greek forward Kostas Papanikolaou in the NBA draft.
One week later, the team came to terms with veteran point guard Jason Kidd , who was originally supposed to serve as a backup to Lin.
The Knicks also re-acquired Marcus Camby from the Houston Rockets in a sign and trade sending Houston Josh Harrellson , Jerome Jordan , Toney Douglas and and two second-round picks and completed a sign-and-trade with the Portland Trail Blazers that brought back Raymond Felton and Kurt Thomas in exchange for Jared Jeffries , Dan Gadzuric , and the draft rights to Papanikolaou and Greek forward Georgios Printezis , whose draft rights had been acquired by the Knicks in December