Found January 30, 2012 on
We just received word from our friends at Charitybuzz that a few lucky fans will have the chance to meet several New York Knicks superstars, both past and present. Check it:
As some of the game’s biggest talents, Knicks players Amar’e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony, and Assistant GM (and former Knickerbocker) Allan Houston, know what it’s like to crush the competition. Now, they’ve taken their skills to the court for charity to help raise funds for The Garden of Dreams Foundation and the Allan Houston Legacy Foundation. Stoudemire, Anthony and Houston have partnered with charitybuzz, the leading destination for online charity auctions, to get up close and personal with fans and share all the action that Knicks basketball has to offer! Auction packages include:
Meet Knicks Superstar Carmelo Anthony for Knicks vs. Nets at MSG:
The winning bidder and three friends will get to meet up with Melo after the Knicks take on the New Jersey Nets on Monday, February 20 at Madison Square Garde...
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High hopes have given way to high anxiety in New York.