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New York — The energy outside of Madison Square Garden Wednesday night for Carmelo Anthony’s first game as a New York Knick was unlike anything their fans have experienced since the 1999 NBA Finals.

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Buzz around MSG always revolved around the visiting opponent – Kevin Durant, Derrick Rose, Kobe Bryant, and LeBron James. But in a decade comprised of Scott Layden, Isiah Thomas, Frederic Weis and one playoff appearance, Knick fans haven’t had much to be excited about.

So with the energy surrounding this trade enveloping the city, we decided to take our cameras down to the most popular arena in the world to get reaction from excited Knick fans.

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