Knicks Sellout Tickets for Game 1, 2 Against Atlanta Hawks

New York Knicks announced Thursday they've sold out their reduced-capacity tickets for Games 1 and 2
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NEW YORK -- New York City basketball fans are excited about playoff basketball returning to Madison Square Garden -- and they're buying the tickets to prove it.

The New York Knicks announced Thursday they've sold out their reduced-capacity tickets for Games 1 and 2 of their series against the Atlanta Hawks. The Knicks were offering 15,000 seats -- the largest capacity announced so far for the postseason.

The Knicks said in a news release that this will be the largest indoor gathering in New York since the start of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020. The team added that it's expected nearly 90% of those in attendance will be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

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