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Madison Square Garden IV (1995/1997)

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Madison Square Garden IV (1996)

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Madison Square Garden IV (1997/2000)

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The name of the current garden is MSG 4 not MSG 6.

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Madison Square Garden IV (2006/2010)

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The name of the current garden is MSG 4 not MSG 6.

Yep, you're right. Obviously it was a misspell. My fault.

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Madison Square Garden IV (2010/2012)

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This floor was used for the very last time on Wednesday, February 22, 2012 (Hawks @ Knicks, just before the All-Star break).

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Madison Square Garden IV (2012/Pres)

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This floor was used for the first time on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 (Cavs @ Knicks, just after the All-Star break).

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Madison Square Garden IV (2012/Pres)

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This floor was used for the first time on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 (Cavs @ Knicks, just after the All-Star break).

I don't think the current court has the MSG logo in purple... I think it is black

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Madison Square Garden IV (2012/Pres)

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This floor was used for the first time on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 (Cavs @ Knicks, just after the All-Star break).

I don't think the current court has the MSG logo in purple... I think it is black

It ain't black at all. In fact it's PMS 2766, a kind of dark purple (the corporate color of MSG). The only thing wrong, and I've already fixed it, is the light purple stroke around the word "GARDEN".

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Seattle Center Coliseum (1973/1978)

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The Sonics played a couple of playoff games at the Kingdome in 1978 and they used this same floor. One of them, Game 4 of the 1978 NBA Finals, was held in the Kingdome because the Seattle Center Coliseum was tied up with a mobile-home show. This game set NBA record for single-game playoff attendance with crowd of 39,457, later broken in 1980.

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