Basketball was invented in the 1800s as an activity for people who didn’t want to play volleyball but did want to bat around something about the size of a human head. Have old-fashioned fun with this GrouponLive deal.
- One ticket to see a New York Liberty basketball game
- Where: Madison Square Garden
- Door time: One hour before game time
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Game and Seating Options Against the Washington Mystics on Tuesday, July 29, at 7 p.m.
- $49 for courtside seats ($107.55 value)
- $27 for lower-level corner seats in rows 1–10 ($58.45 value)
- $13 for lower-level corner seats in the rear rows or baseline seats ($29.50 value)
Against the Connecticut Sun on Friday, August 8, at 7:30 p.m.
- $49 for courtside seats ($117.80 value)
- $27 for lower-level corner seats in rows 1–10 ($65.60 value)
- $13 for lower-level corner seats in the rear rows or baseline seats ($33.60 value)
On July 29, the Liberty promote Breast Health Awareness night presented by Delta; the first 5,000 fans receive a free beach towel. Then on Aug. 8, the team hosts its inaugural Noche Latina which celebrates Hispanic heritage and the 2014 draft of Spanish National Team point guard, Anna Cruz.
The Scouting Report
As the 2014 season hit its midway point, the Liberty began to find their stride. Since June 22, the team has compiled a 5–3 record, including a pair of victories over the East’s top-ranked Atlanta Dream and a trio of losses merely to lull the rest of the league into a false sense of security. While their offense still has room to improve, the Liberty have excelled defensively behind a roster of veritable glass-eaters, whose 35.1 rebounds per game is third in the entire Association. They’ll look to keep the momentum going in a pair of games against Eastern Conference rivals Connecticut and Washington.
New York Liberty
Now in its 18th season, the WNBA is led by a slate of premier athletes whose elite-level performance continues the league’s impressive legacy. This season, the New York Liberty is led by head coach Bill Laimbeer, formerly of the Detroit Pistons, and recently-signed 2012 WNBA MVP and Queens native Tina Charles join all-star Cappie Pondexter and the rest of the squad. As the athletes face off, a bounty of fan entertainment keeps crowds energized, including Maddie, the Liberty’s furry mascot. Elevating the family-friendly atmosphere of the games is the Lil’ Torches, a team of dancers aged 14 and younger, and the 40-and-older dance team known as the Timeless Torches, which was recently featured in the sixth season of 30 Rock.