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Hope, Heartbreak and the New York Knicks
Shattered: Hope, Heartbreak and the New York Knicks is an eight-part podcast series from The Athletic, hosted by hip-hop legend Chuck D. Shattered dives deep into the Knicks' past 20 years of chaos and controversy under team owner James Dolan. From the end of the 90’s Knicks to today - the series uncovers never-heard-before stories about Dolan, the Knicks and the NBA - with interviews from dozens of voices, including franchise legend Patrick Ewing, former Knicks players, coaches and executives, and a range of famous fans.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.1 stars from 603 ratings
Not a knicks fan but…
I feel bad for the fans of this franchise. Dolan is just another rich white boy who uses his money feel important . Sell the team buddy…go play music on a 200ft cruise ship and pay people to cheer
Master juddi via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 08/04/23
Must Listen to for Any NYK Fan!
A time travel through the last 20 + years of NYK. Well done!
dhdustsstdy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/01/22
Loved it
I wish they would do this for every NBA team and it’s history. This was really fun to listen to and I’m not even a Knicks fan. Definitely recommend.
FuManchuMattyB via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/08/21
Recent Episodes
Charles Oakley. Facial recognition. No passwords. The final episode of Shattered details the night Oakley was thrown out of the Garden, as well as the internal fallout at MSG from that night. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Published 05/25/21
In the Summer of 2019 - the Knicks were hoping to make a clean sweep of signing Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, along with drafting Zion Williamson. Episode seven of Shattered looks at what led KD and Kyrie to choose to play in New York, but not play for the Knicks. Learn more about your ad...
Published 05/18/21
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