Pittsburgh PA (PRWEB) November 29, 2012
The New York Knicks have participated in stellar play so far in the 2012-13 season, currently sharing the top of the Atlantic Division in the Eastern Conference with the Brooklyn Nets. But tough losses to the Houston Rockets, Brooklyn Nets, Dallas Mavericks, and Memphis Grizzlies have kept the team from dominating the league, a title currently held by the Memphis Grizzlies, who hold a 0.833 winning percentage and 10-2 overall record heading into the end of November. New York Knicks tickets have been hot-selling items in 2012, and will likely become even more popular if the Knicks continue to battle for the top of the Eastern Conference.
The Knicks are on pace to surpass 60 wins this season, and could be preparing to capture their highest seeded season since the miraculous 1992-93 season. While the Knicks are certainly doing their part with an average 103-points-per-game, other teams that have historically caused problems for New York are also struggling with roster issues. The Chicago Bulls look to be without point guard Derrick Rose until after the All-Star break, while the Orlando Magic and Atlanta Hawks traded away Dwight Howard and Joe Johnson, respectively. But Johnson will still pose a problem for the Knicks in a Nets uniform, as he already proved in on of the Knicks' few losses this year.
In addition to remaining a positive season on the record books, this season is also a positive one for the financial entity behind the New York Knicks. In addition to reporting record New York Knicks tickets sales, the Washington Post announced Wednesday November 28, 2012 that the Knicks also enjoy the top-selling team jersey numbers this season. This marks the first season since 2004 when Knicks merchandise led the NBA in sales. New York Knicks tickets will likely continue to sell well, along with merchandise, as the Knicks face off against the following teams in December:
The New York Knicks hope that their squad led by Jason Kidd, Rasheed Wallace, Anthony Carmelo, and Steve Novak will continue to post huge offensive numbers as the 2012-13 season continues, the defense will need to show the most improvement to help the team continue their solid run. Iman Shumpert is still injured, while the Knicks dropped from the lowest points allowed to the 10th in the NBA. Shumpert suffered a torn ACL during the playoffs last season that team officials believe won't be healed until January, a long wait for a team with a tough December schedule.
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