Marv Albert Watches Beloved Knicks Fall To NBA's Worse At The Garden

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Samori Benjamin

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On Saturday March 6th the New York Knicks lost at home by 20 points to the 7-55 cross river rival New Jersey Nets. In the building was legendary Knicks play by play broadcaster Marv Albert who was behind the Mic for the only two championships in franchise history in 1970 and 1973. Albert is no longer the play by play man with the Knicks and is calling games for the New Jersey Nets. Albert speaks with Samori Benjamin after the Ugly Knicks loss and talks about the current state of the Knick and their prospects of signing Lebron James this summer. Albert also speaks about the Nets move to Newark next season, their eventual move to Brooklyn in 2012-2013 and the influence Jay-z has on the franchise and potential free agents. Kenyon Dooling, Tracy Mcgrady and Brook Lopez are also in this report.


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