With wins in 13 of their last 15 games, the Knicks are relevant again and because of it, the city is buzzing and “Rock and Roll, Part 2” is getting played nightly at Madison Square Garden. Basketball in New York City is back.

Coming off a devastating loss to the Celtics at the Garden and with the Heat in town on Friday for the first time this year, the Knicks face their biggest tests of the season to this point in back-to-back games. Tommy Dee, founder of TheKnicksBlog.com on SNY, joined me to talk about the Knicks as their schedule begins to get tougher heading into the holidays.

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  1. Ruth from Yonkers says:

    A case of SOUR GRAPES!!! It is Lebron’s prerogative to play for the team he wants to. Would you feel the same way about Lebron if he had chosen to play for the Knicks. Cut it out already!!!

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