Found November 16, 2012 on
The New York Knicks are the hottest team in the NBA after starting their season with six straight wins. However, they aren’t the only squad heating up in Madison Square Garden this year.
The Knicks City Dancers are at it too, entering their 21st season of entertaining New York crowds. With the Garden rocking and rolling early this season, fans have had plenty of action on the court to keep them entertained — and the basketball has been pretty good, too.
New York’s squad is sworn “to serve and faithfully preserve, defend and safeguard the rhythm, so that it forever electrifies the avenues and streets of New York City,” according to the dancers’ website.
So far this season, all of the action at Madison Square Garden has certainly been electrifying.
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It's the best start of the season if you are a fan of the New York Knicks or the Brooklyn Nets.
Both teams are legit for the first time ever together and I don't know when was the last time where both teams were very good.
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