The New York Knicks are one of the most iconic sports franchises in the world. With an estimated worth of 3.6 billion dollars, the Knicks are also considered the most valuable franchise in the NBA. They call the most famous arena on the planet their home, Madison Square Garden and have done so since 1968. Since the franchise was founded in 1946 this organization has become a part of not only the sports landscape but American culture as well.
During the early years of the franchise, they were led on the court by Head Coach Joe Lapchick. Lapchick had many successful seasons with the Knicks winning three Eastern Conference titles but failed to win any NBA titles during his run with the team. The Knicks would not win any conference titles during the 1960s but after Red Holzman became their head coach in 1967 they would start to lay the groundwork for the most successful years in franchise history. In the 1960s the organization drafted future Hall of Famers Walt Frazier, Willis Reed, Bill Bradley, and traded for another Hall of Famer Dave DeBusschere. The Knicks would win conference titles in 1970, 1972, and 1973, winning NBA titles in 1970 and 1973. For the rest of the 1970s and 1980s, the Knicks would not win another conference title but drafted Patrick Ewing with the first overall pick of the 1985 NBA Draft. Ewing went on to become one of the best centers in NBA history and during the 1990s the Knicks won Eastern Conference titles in 1994 and 1999, losing to the Houston Rockets and the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA Finals respectively. Since their last Finals appearance in 1999 the team has had many great players wear their orange and blue uniforms including All-Star Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire but they have had difficulty sustaining success as an organization. In recent years there has been a new hope among fans after they drafted the 7’3” Kristaps Porzingis with the fourth overall pick of the 2015 NBA Draft. With Porzingis on the court and David Fizdale as their head coach, the Knicks are primed to return to their glory days.
Our autographed New York Knicks product offerings are valuable investments that will soon surge in worth. All of our Knicks sports collectibles are guaranteed to be authentic and guaranteed to enhance any sports memorabilia collection that they are added to. Signed product offerings for legends such as John Starks, Bill Bradley, Charles Oakley, and Willis Reed are great sports gifts too for any of your friends or family members who are fans of the Knicks.
Collecting The New York Knicks Memorabilia
Walt Frazier Autographed Photos
: A photo of two-time NBA Champion Walt Frazier is going to look great on display in your home or office. Our photos of this seven-time All-Star are rare and unique pieces of memorabilia that will be almost impossible to find anywhere else. The Frazier autographed photos that we sell are guaranteed to be authentic, just like all of the other sports memorabilia and collectibles that we have available for purchase.
Patrick Ewing Autographed Jerseys
: One of our autographed Patrick Ewing jerseys will be a tremendous addition to any sports memorabilia collection. Our blue or white #33 New York Knicks signed Ewing jerseys look identical to the ones that he wore on the court and will look amazing displayed in any sports room or man cave. This Hall of Fame center was selected to eleven All-Star Teams, the All-NBA First-Team, and was the 1985-1986 NBA Rookie of the Year.
Kristaps Porzingis Autographed Basketballs
: Signed Kristaps Porzingis basketballs are awesome sports gifts for any New York Knicks fans in your life. A Porzingis autographed Spalding basketball will be treasured by whoever receives one and they will be thrilled to display their valuable sports gift in their home or office for everyone to see. He is already a superstar and one of the league’s top players having been named an All-Star, to the All-Rookie First-Team, the Rookie of the Month three times, and the Player of the Week during his NBA career.
Most popular New York Knicks players: Patrick Ewing
, Walt Frazier
, Kristaps Porzingis