There's no denying the Knicks have endured some growing pains in recent years -- but there's also no denying that, this off-season, the team's made some staggering, Zach Randolph-sized moves. Making those moves even sweeter: you can still get in on season tickets.
This might seem obvious -- underwhelming team = available seats -- but it's actually a narrow window: throughout the 90s, every single season ticket sold out, shutting Regular Joes out of The Garden with nothing but a cold Blarney Stone stool as consolation. The instant Knick fortunes improve, those Joes will be Stoned again.
But now, you can grab a variety of packages: a full-season 41-gamer, 21 games, 14-15-games, 8-games, or a Pick-Plan offering 3+ contests of your choice at season ticket prices, all including hot LA Lakers action. Regardless of which package you go for, mentioning Thrillist'll get you placed in the best seats of whatever section you choose -- though of course you'll be able to see dominating center Eddy Curry from anywhere in the building.
Best of all, a 2007-08 ticket package gives you first option on the same seats for '08-'09. So when this young hungry team starts making good on all its talent, you'll be entertained by both the action on the floor, and by the stinking horde jockeying in vain for the spot you already own.