MSG NETWORKS ANNOUNCES UPCOMING “PATRICK EWING WEEK,” FEATURING A FULL LINEUP OF CLASSIC GAMES FROM THE LEGENDARY CAREER OF THE KNICKS ALL-TIME GREAT, STARTING ON MONDAY, JULY 6TH

Lineup Next Week to Feature Memorable Games Each Night from Patrick Ewing’s Knicks and
College Career at Georgetown, Including the Hoyas’ National Championship Win Over Houston in ‘84 

Programming to Include an Exclusive Interview with Patrick Ewing on
the “MSG 150 at Home” at 7:00pm ET on Wednesday, July 8th

New York, NY (July 2, 2020) – MSG Networks (NYSE: MSGN) today announced it will be dedicating a full week of programming next week around Knicks legend and Hall of Famer Patrick Ewing, starting on Monday, July 6th.

The lineup throughout the week will celebrate the storied career of the Knicks center and give fans a great look back at his best on-court performances.  The coverage will be highlighted by re-airings of some of the top games from Ewing’s career beginning at 7:30pm ET each evening. Viewers will get to relive Ewing’s dominance in games from his impressive Rookie of the Year campaign in ’86, memorable playoff series’ in the 90’s and more.

MSG Networks will also air two of Ewing’s most notable college games from his time at Georgetown.  Fans can tune in at 7:30pm ET on Wednesday, July 8th to watch Ewing face off against Houston in the 1984 NCAA Championship, which the Hoyas won 84-75 for the program’s first and only title.  And then at 9:30pm ET, the network will air the famous “Sweater Game” between Georgetown and St. John’s at Madison Square Garden in 1985.  The matchup between the Big East rivals marked the first time that The Garden hosted the top two college basketball teams in the country as Ewing and the second ranked Hoyas defeated top ranked St. John’s, 85-69.

As part of the programming marathon, Ewing will join Bill Pidto and Alan Hahn for an exclusive interview on the “MSG 150 at Home” airing at 7:00pm ET on Wednesday, July 8th. The network will then continue its Ewing coverage over the weekend with a full day and night of special programming and game telecasts on Saturday, July 11th, from 10:00am ET to 11:00pm ET.

A complete schedule for “Patrick Ewing Week” on MSG can be found below. The programming will also be available on MSG GO, MSG Networks’ live streaming and video on demand platform for smartphones, tablets and computers.

 

Monday, July 6th

3p                    Indiana at Knicks – 12/20/88
Led by Patrick Ewing and Mark Jackson, the Knicks explode for 141 points in the win

5p                    Philadelphia at Knicks – 3/9/85
Knicks win in double OT, led by Bernard King and Ken “The Animal” Bannister

7p                    MSG 150 at Home

730p                Chicago at Knicks – 1/28/86
Ewing with a season high 37 points during his rookie year

930p                Bio: Patrick Ewing

10p                  MSG Countdown: Best of Patrick Ewing

 

Tuesday, July 7th

11a                  Knicks at Atlanta – 12/7/91
Ewing and the Knicks outlast the Hawks in double OT

1p                    Knicks at Charlotte – 11/2/90
Ewing and the Knicks put up 134 points and get the victory over the Hornets in OT

7p                    MSG 150 at Home

730p                Indiana at Knicks – 4/13/88
Ewing leads the Knicks with 41 points and 11 rebounds

930p/2a           Knicks at Atlanta – 12/7/91

 

Wednesday, July 8th

11a                  Knicks at Milwaukee – 1/26/02
Latrell Sprewell and the Knicks outlast the Bucks in double OT

1p                    Golden State at Knicks – 11/29/08
David Lee leads the way with 37 points as the Knicks defeat the Warriors 138-125

7p                    MSG 150 at Home

                        Interview with Patrick Ewing

730p                Georgetown vs. Houston – 4/2/84
Ewing and the Hoyas win their first NCAA Championship over the Houston Cougars

930p                Georgetown at St John’s – 2/27/85
Ewing leads #2 Georgetown to a win in “The Sweater Game” against #1 St. John’s in a battle of Big East rivals at Madison Square Garden

 

Thursday, July 9th

11a/2a             Atlanta at Knicks – 12/17/19
RJ Barrett with a career high 27 points in the win as the Knicks put up 143 points

1p/12a             Milwaukee at Knicks – 12/1/18
Kevin Knox leads the Knicks as they outlast the Bucks 136-134 in OT

7p                    MSG 150 at Home

730p                Philadelphia at Knicks – 4/6/90
Ewing leads the Knicks with 37 points and 19 rebounds over the Sixers

930p                Boston at Knicks – 5/4/90
Ewing puts up 41 points over the Celtics in Game 4 of the 1st Round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs

 

Friday, July 10th

11a/1a             Golden State at Knicks – 11/29/08
David Lee leads the way with 37 points as the Knicks defeat the Warriors 138-125

1p/11p             Philadelphia at Knicks – 3/9/85
Knicks win in double OT, led by Bernard King and Ken “The Animal” Bannister

7p                    MSG 150 at Home

730p                 Detroit at Knicks – 11/30/91
Ewing leads the Knicks with 45 points and 10 rebounds over the Pistons

930p                Countdown: Best of Patrick Ewing

10p                  Bio: Patrick Ewing

 

Saturday, July 11th

Patrick Ewing Day

10a                  MSG Countdown: Best of Patrick Ewing

1030a               Bio: Patrick Ewing

11a                  Georgetown vs. Houston – 4/2/84
Ewing and the Hoyas win their first NCAA Championship over the Houston Cougars

1p                    Georgetown at St John’s – 2/27/85
Ewing leads #2 Georgetown to a win in “The Sweater Game” against #1 St. John’s in a battle of Big East rivals at Madison Square Garden

3p                    Philadelphia at Knicks – 4/6/90
Ewing leads the Knicks with 37 points and 19 rebounds over the Sixers

5p                    Boston at Knicks – 5/4/90
Ewing puts up 41 points over the Celtics in Game 4 of the 1st Round of the Eastern Conference Playoffs

7p                    Detroit at Knicks – 11/30/91
Ewing leads the Knicks with 45 points and 10 rebounds over the Pistons

9p                    Georgetown vs. Houston – 4/2/84
Ewing and the Hoyas win their first NCAA Championship over the Houston Cougars

 

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