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New York Knicks To Donate Ticket Proceeds To THON

The New York Knicks will donate a portion of ticket proceeds to THON on Feburary 4 when the team takes on the Atlanta Hawks at Madison Square Garden.

Tickets to the game are available for $66 in sections 102 and 104 of Madison Square Garden and for $73 in section 112 of the World’s Most Famous Arena. The Knicks join the New Jersey Devils, Philadelphia Flyers, and the Philadelphia 76ers as East Coast teams supporting THON with ticket proceeds this year.

You can purchase tickets to the game here or see more information on THON’s official Facebook event here.

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Mikey is a senior majoring in journalism who's a Senior Editor for Onward State. He's from Bedminster, New Jersey, so naturally, Mikey is way too obnoxious about all the best things his home state has to offer. Mikey also loves to play golf, but he sucks at it because golf is really hard. You can follow Mikey on Twitter @Mikey_Mandarino in order to fill your timeline with all the hockey/golf content you'll ever need. You can also send all hate mail, death threats, and your vote for the best chicken parm in State College to [email protected]


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