By Alfred Branch, Jr. They say when the stock market is down, that’s the best time to buy. The same could be said of...

By Alfred Branch, Jr.

They say when the stock market is down, that’s the best time to buy. The same could be said of the New York Knicks, a team with a struggling record but high hopes on the secondary ticket market.

The Knicks, which haven’t won an NBA championship since 1973, and won’t win one this season, remain a hot ticket despite a losing record of 13-28, as of today, Jan. 23. A search by TicketNews for tickets today found an impressive deal on Club Level seats at Madison Square Garden for a Jan. 25 game against the Philadelphia 76ers.

Broker website CoastToCoastTickets.com was offering center court Club Level seats for $122 each, not including convenience and shipping fees. The face value for those seats on Ticketmaster.com was twice as high at $244.50 a piece, not including fees.

On the, Knicks’ official resale site, those same tickets were selling for $280.80 each, not including fees.

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