After opening last season on the road against a non-conference opponent, the New York Knicks will start 2023-24 at MSG against the Celtics. What could be better for fans?
New York and Boston met twice in the preseason, and the Celtics were the Knicks’ lone win. Nathan Knight suited up in orange and blue then, but after he was waived by New York last week, he signed a two-way with Boston. The 26-year-old won’t see regular minutes, but he’s still ready to go based on his reaction to joining the Celtics.
Boston’s debuting a new-look squad that includes Kristaps Porzingis and Jrue Holiday, while New York’s roster looks relatively the same as last season. There are concerns about the Celtics’ longevity for an 82-game season, but Boston and New York are starting the season off on the right foot.
Get ready, Knicks fans. The games are about to begin!
Full Knicks injury report vs. Celtics
New York has a clean injury report entering Wednesday night. If anything changes, it will be added here.
Full Celtics injury report vs. Knicks
Like New York, Boston is fully healthy. If anything changes, it will be added here.
How to stream Knicks vs. Celtics
Knicks vs. Celtics will be broadcast on ESPN, with the tip-off scheduled for 7:30 p.m. ET. If you don’t have cable, fuboTV offers a free seven-day trial. MSG Networks won’t broadcast the game.
Knicks’ upcoming games and schedule
New York will hit the road for three away games before returning to the Garden on Nov. 1.
Oct. 27 at Atlanta
Oct. 28 at New Orleans
Oct. 31 at Cleveland
Nov. 1 vs. Cleveland