If you’re a Knicks season ticket subscriber, it gets you some perks. Over the past few seasons, that’s meant overpriced seats for a terribly unwatchable product. Things may be a ‘changin. Juuuust sayin’. It’s only been one game back from the break, but the Knicks are becoming a hot ticket – if only for the curiosity of this delightfully-daring little experiment. The fellas also appear to be having a little fun. Cue, Landry Fields.
The second-year man takes the stage and takes on Travie McCoy and Bruno Mars’s “Millionaire” in front of a packed house. As Walt Clyde might say, singin’ and winnin’.
About the Author: Cecilio's Scribe is the founder of The Legend of Cecilio Guante and a generally pessimistic fan of the Mets, Jets, Knicks and Rangers. A fine NYC-based gentlemen who hones his marketing skills as his primary trade by day. Husband, chef, father of a newborn and after-hours blogger by night. Proud alum of the mighty Big Red of Cornell. University. Hot sauce devotee. Staunch protester of the continued wussifcation of American sports. Sometimes I rhyme slow, sometimes I rhyme quick.