1993–94 New York Knicks season

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1993–94 New York Knicks season
Eastern Conference Champions
Head coach Pat Riley
Owner(s) Paramount Communications, Inc. (through March 10, 1994)
Viacom (starting on March 11, 1994)
Arena Madison Square Garden
Results
Record 57–25 (.695)
Place Division: 1st (Atlantic)
Conference: 2nd (Eastern)
Playoff finish NBA Finals
(eliminated 3–4)

Stats @ Basketball-Reference.com
Local media
Television MSG Network, EMI
Radio WFAN
< 1992–93 1994–95 >

The 1993–94 New York Knicks season was the 48th season of NBA basketball in New York City, New York.

This marked the last season in which the Knicks (and all other MSG properties) were owned by Paramount Communications (formerly Gulf+Western), which was sold near the end of the season to Viacom, which in turn sold them to ITT Corporation and Cablevision. A couple of years later, ITT would sell their share to Cablevision, who still owns the Knicks today.

New York finished first in the Atlantic Division with a 57–25 record. In the playoffs, they would defeat the New Jersey Nets in the first round, then defeat the Chicago Bulls in the semifinals, and then defeat the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference Finals.

The Knicks advanced to the 1994 NBA Finals, but would lose in seven games to the Houston Rockets.

Draft picks[edit]

Main article: 1993 NBA Draft

The Knicks had no draft picks in 1993.

Roster[edit]

New York Knicks
Goaltenders
  • GM: TBD
  • Coach: TBD

Guards

Forwards

Centers

Depth chart[edit]

Pos. Starter Bench Reserve Inactive
C Patrick Ewing Herb Williams
PF Charles Oakley Anthony Mason
SF Charles Smith Anthony Bonner Eric Anderson
SG John Starks Hubert Davis Rolando Blackman
PG Derek Harper Greg Anthony Corey Gaines Doc Rivers

Pre season[edit]

Game log[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Season standings[edit]

Atlantic Division W L PCT GB Home Road Div
y-New York Knicks 57 25 .695 32–9 25–16 18–10
x-Orlando Magic 50 32 .610 7 31–10 19–22 20–8
x-New Jersey Nets 45 37 .549 12 29–12 16–25 17–11
x-Miami Heat 42 40 .512 15 22–19 20–21 16–12
Boston Celtics 32 50 .390 25 18–23 14–27 12–16
Philadelphia 76ers 25 57 .305 32 15–26 10–31 7–21
Washington Bullets 24 58 .293 33 17–24 7–34 8–20

[1]

# Eastern Conference
Team W L PCT GB
1 c-Atlanta Hawks 57 25 .695
2 y-New York Knicks 57 25 .695
3 x-Chicago Bulls 55 27 .671 2
4 x-Orlando Magic 50 32 .610 7
5 x-Indiana Pacers 47 35 .573 10
6 x-Cleveland Cavaliers 47 35 .573 10
7 x-New Jersey Nets 45 37 .549 12
8 x-Miami Heat 42 40 .512 15
9 Charlotte Hornets 41 41 .500 16
10 Boston Celtics 32 50 .390 25
11 Philadelphia 76ers 25 57 .305 32
12 Washington Bullets 24 58 .293 33
13t Milwaukee Bucks 20 62 .244 37
13t Detroit Pistons 20 62 .244 37
z - clinched division title
y - clinched division title
x - clinched playoff spot

Game log[edit]

Key:      Win      Loss

Playoffs[edit]

Game log[edit]

Key:      Win      Loss

Player statistics[edit]

Legend
  GP Games played   GS  Games started  MPG  Minutes per game
 FG%  Field-goal percentage  3P%  3-point field-goal percentage  FT%  Free-throw percentage
 RPG  Rebounds per game  APG  Assists per game  SPG  Steals per game
 BPG  Blocks per game  PPG  Points per game

Season[edit]

Playoffs[edit]

Media[edit]

Television[edit]

Channel Play-by-play Alternate Play-by-play Color commentator Studio host Alternate Studio host
MSG Network Marv Albert Al Trautwig John Andariese Al Trautwig Bruce Beck

Some New York Knicks TV games carried on MSG 2 because of broadcast conflict with the New York Rangers (NHL).

Radio[edit]

Channel Play-by-play Alternate Play-by-play Color commentator Studio Host Alternate Studio Host
WFAN Mike Breen John Minko Walt Frazier John Minko Steve Somers

Some New York Knicks radio games carried on WEVD because of broadcast conflict with the New York Jets (NFL) and the New York Rangers (NHL).

Awards and records[edit]

Awards[edit]

Records[edit]

Milestones[edit]

Transactions[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]