Neil Best leaves no stone unturned in the world of sports media.
Every Knicks fan is familiar with the Walt Frazier of the NBA championships era – live or via video highlights – but Saturday night MSG will unveil something unseen in 45 years, not even by Frazier himself until recently.
The season premiere of “MSG’s Vault’’ is a special called “Before He Was Clyde,’’ built around a pristine recording of the 1967 NIT final, in which Frazier led Southern Illinois...Read more »
The Knicks averaged 7.2 percent of homes in the New York area for Saturday's game against the Heat on ABC compared to the Rangers' 3.5 percent for their simultaneous game against the Capitals on NBC.
That's actually a smaller gap than most would have predicted, given the greater popularity of basketball, but obviously the fact the Knicks lost in a blowout contributed to out-rating the Rangers...Read more »
MSG's production of Thursday night's Knicks regular-season finale against the Bobcats will be seen on WWOR-TV (Channel 9).
MSG will carry the seventh game of the Senators-Rangers playoff series and MSG Plus the seventh game of the Devils-Panthers series....Read more »
Mike Keenan still gets stopped on the sidewalks of New York by fans thanking him for delivering a Stanley Cup in his one season the Rangers’ coach in 1993-94.
But that was a long time ago; now he hopes the 2011-12 Rangers join the club. “Absolutely, I’m pulling for them,’’ he said. “Maybe this is the opportunity that has come their way; you never know when that’s going to come again.’’
It...Read more »
MSG will hold a "Garden of Dreams Telethon" during Tuesday night's Rangers-Wild game, beginning during the pregame show and running through the postgame.
Viewers can call (212) 465-3900 to purchase a $100 raffle ticket - to benefit the Garden of Dreams Foundation - and a chance to win a variety of prizes, including these:
-Signed Henrik Lundqvist stick
-Signed Henrik...Read more »
MSG’s series “The Lineup” returns Sunday for a run of eight consecutive nights, this time on the subject of “Hits & Errors – The Best and Worst Deals in New York Baseball.’’
The panel that will discuss these matters includes Fran Healy, Tony La Russa, historian Dave Kaplan and . . . Scott Boras? Really? The world’s most notoriously tough, powerful sports agent, as a local TV personality?
“It’s...Read more »