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The New York Liberty have become one of the WNBA’s most successful franchises, yet the team has yet to taste its first WNBA Championship. Don’t miss your chance to see your New York Liberty rise to the top at Madison Square Garden! Buy your New York Liberty tickets now!
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New York Liberty Basketball Tickets

One of the most electrifying teams in the Women’s National Basketball Association, the New York Liberty are a member of the league’s Eastern Conference. A storied franchise, the Liberty qualified for the WNBA playoffs in 10 of its first 14 years in New York City. They were one of the original eight member teams to be chartered by the WNBA, and their first game, a 67-57 victory against the Los Angeles Sparks on the road, drew a crowd of over 14,000 fans. New York Liberty tickets would make a fantastic gift for anyone who appreciates a fast paced game of basketball.

During their first season in 1997, the Liberty won their first seven games. They would find continued success across that season, eventually working their way to the championship game versus the Houston Comets. Houston lost that game, but would end up rematching Houston in the 1999 and 2000 championship games, respectively. Both of these games also went in Houston’s favor. They also appeared in the 2002 championship game against Los Angeles, which they lost. The team is owned by the Madison Square Garden Company, which manages the venue where the Liberty and New York Knicks play. The Liberty wear blue, orange, white and green uniforms, complemented by an image of the Statue of Liberty.