How the Knicks’ turnaround could be a big part of their playoff push

Brooks Tavern owner Jim Fowler is making a pitch for a $50 million NBA arena, and he thinks it’s time for the Knicks to make a play.

The NBA is a long way from the 1960s and ’70s, and Brooks Tavern is no longer the premier watering hole in Manhattan.

Fowler, who owns the restaurant for 25 years, said the Knicks, who are playing in the first round of the playoffs for the second time in three years, should consider adding a second arena.

The Knicks were in the playoffs in the 1990s, when Fowler’s restaurant was the center of a fight between the owners of the Brooklyn Nets and the New York Knicks over who would have the rights to the Brooklyn Bridge.

The Nets won the rights, but the team moved to Brooklyn.

The restaurant, located at the corner of 34th Street and Eighth Avenue, was closed for years after the Nets’ move.

Fowler believes the Knicks could be the team to make history again.

“I believe the Knicks have the right team,” Fowler said.

They have been in it for a long time and they’ve built an identity, which is a lot of fun to play for.” “

The NBA is such a long-term thing.

They have been in it for a long time and they’ve built an identity, which is a lot of fun to play for.”

He added: “We’ve seen them develop a great fan base.

“If they’re still the best basketball team in the NBA, the Knicks are the best organization in the world.” “

Knicks owner James Dolan, who is in his third season as owner, has made a point of not making a big deal of the city’s status as a hockey town. “

If they’re still the best basketball team in the NBA, the Knicks are the best organization in the world.”

Knicks owner James Dolan, who is in his third season as owner, has made a point of not making a big deal of the city’s status as a hockey town.

He said he’d like to see the Knicks bring a basketball team back to Brooklyn, but that the city isn’t ready to accept it.

“They’ve been here for a couple of decades, but they’re not ready for the NHL,” Dolan said.