The Super Bowl isn’t the only event next month with a big-time halftime performer. And this one will be right here in the Big Apple.
You know things have gone from bad to brutal when the paper bags come out. The Knicks didn’t do much to help their cause, losing their 14th straight game Thursday night.
In a particularly star-studded week, “The World’s Most Famous Arena” is welcoming America’s favorite stand-up comedian and New York’s most beloved rock star to the venue in the coming days.
“Losing isn’t enjoyable in any way shape or form,” New York coach Derek Fisher said after Sunday’s defeat to the Bucks.
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Ten seconds later, MSG’s public address announcer introduced the color guard for the national anthem — four members of the NYPD, who walked onto the ice to a rousing ovation.
Just three songs into the concert – which saw him performing his 1976 classic double album opus, Songs in the Key of Life, in its entirety – it was, in a way, a sweet moment in a show full of them.
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The Rangers spoiled what was supposed to be a celebration with an embarrassing performance. They’ll look to get back on track by continuing their dominance over the rival Islanders at MSG.
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The logo features the colors of both the Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks, who will split hosting duties in February.
As the old saying goes, if it’s too good to be true, it probably is. One Rangers fan is finding that out the hard way.
An alternate headline could have easily been “Rangers Fans Get CRAZY LOUD,” because, wow, what an atmosphere Thursday night at Madison Square Garden.