The NEW YORK POST’s PAGE SIX munches on news that the Knicks will be offering free food at their last home game of the season.
(Free Food Night at MSG on April 14 - B.Y.O. Can Opener)
Seems like a great idea to get spectators into Madison Square Garden, since the on-court action isn’t helping. However, the April 14 game against the Boston Celtics was pretty much a guaranteed sellout even before the announcement of free vittles.
So there doesn’t seem to be any real financial advantage to the offer. Page Six believes it’s James Dolan giving a “small thank-you to fans who were so supportive of his dreadfully losing team all year.”
But we think it’s just Aramark wanting a few crates of faulty hot dogs and cannisters of flat Coke cleared out of their Brooklyn warehouse by the end of the month.
The MSG crew likely won’t have to worry about running out of rations that evening, since watching the Knicks can make anyone lose their appetite.