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The New York Knicks are a professional basketball team that plays in the NBA. The Knicks play their home games at Madison Square Garden in Manhattan, New York. With 82 games per year, and 41 being home games, The New York Knickerbockers, commonly referred to as the Knicks, are a professional basketball team based in New York City, New York. They are part of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The team, established by Ned Irish in 1946, was one of the founding members of the Basketball Association of America (BAA), which became the NBA after merging with rival National Basketball League (NBL) in 1949. The team plays at Madison Square Garden in the borough of Manhattan and is one of only two teams of the original National Basketball Association still located in its original city (the other being the Boston Celtics).
The Knicks were successful during their early years and were constant playoff contenders under the franchise's first head coach Joe Lapchick. Beginning in 1950, the Knicks made three consecutive appearances in the NBA Finals, all of which were losing efforts. Lapchick resigned in 1956 and the team subsequently began to falter. It was not until the late 1960s when Red Holzman became head coach did the Knicks begin to regain their former dominance. Holzman successfully guided the Knicks to two championship titles in 1970 and 1973. The Knicks of the 1980s had mixed success that included six playoff appearances however, they failed to participate in the NBA Finals.
The playoff-level Knicks of the 1990s were led by future Hall of Fame center Patrick Ewing; this era was marked by three passionate rivalries with Alonzo Mourning's Miami Heat, Reggie Miller's Indiana Pacers, and Michael Jordan's Chicago Bulls, respectively. During this time, they were well known for displaying tough defense under head coach Pat Riley before Jeff Van Gundy assumed head coaching responsibilities in 1995. Their success during this decade was highlighted by two appearances in the NBA Finals in 1994 and 1999. Despite being a consistent playoff contender, they never attained an NBA Championship in their two Finals appearances.
From 2000–2009, the Knicks struggled to recapture their former success only making the playoffs twice. The acquisitions of Amar'e Stoudemire in 2010 and Carmelo Anthony and Tyson Chandler in 2011 rejuvenated the franchise, having three straight playoff appearances dating back to 2010. Most recently, the Knicks finished the 2012–2013 regular season with a 54–28 record and won their first division title in 19 years. They went on to eliminate the Boston Celtics 4–2 in the first round of the playoffs, but fell short to the Indiana Pacers in the second round, losing that series in six games.