Earlier this week, the Knicks spent the day in Newtown, Connecticut (photos/videos) – showing their support to the grieving community nearly two months after the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. For the second time this week, the team will gather with the community – only this time the Knicks are hosting.
According to NBA.com:
The New York Knicks will host 150 children, their families and teachers from Sandy Hook Elementary School on Saturday when they play the Sacramento Kings.
Twenty or more children from the Newtown (Conn.) Choir from Sabrinas Encore Products will sing the national anthem before the game, the second time this week the Knicks and children from the devastated community about 90 minutes away will be together.