Spike Lee, known as an enthusiastic Knicks fan, goes on to make a movie about the Knicks of the 1990s-Basketball Count |

The original is a book and recommendation that former US President Barack Obama should read this summer to basketball fans

It turns out that film director and producer Spike Lee, who is also famous as an enthusiastic Knicks fan, will make a movie about Knicks. Reported by Stephen Bondi, a reporter for the local newspaper New York Daily News, it is based on Chris Herring’s book Blood in the Garden, which describes Knicks in the 1990s. Details such as the release date have not been clarified.

By the way, this book is introduced for basketball fans in “List of Books to Read in Summer 2022” posted on his official Twitter account by former US President Barack Obama.

Speaking of the Knicks in the 1990s, Patrick Ewing of the Hall of Fame center pushed out the fighting spirit of John Starks, Charles Oakley, Anthony Mason, etc. rice field. The rivalry with the Pacers, led by Reggie Miller, and the heat, which was transferred to the Knicks for four years from the 91-92 season, has made basketball fans at the time. I was enthusiastic.

Unlike the Bulls, which was centered around Michael Jordan, Knicks made many high-ranking advancements, but did not reach the championship in the end. However, it was definitely one of the teams that symbolized the NBA of that era, with members who were full of humanity and rich in individuality. I can’t wait for the fans who know what kind of work it will be, especially at that time.



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