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Whether it's basketball, music, ice hockey or theatre, the barn that sits between 31st and 33rd Streets in Manhattan is known as the world's most famous arena for entertainment.
Though the Rangers have been lacing up their skates for 85 years in New York, the sports world knows The Garden as the mecca for elite basketball competition.
The Knicks have represented two 60-point individual performances from Carmelo Anthony and Bernard King; however, the most memorable game came in 1995 when Michael Jordan dropped 55 points on the Knicks' home court just days after ending his dream to play professional baseball.
Jordan's performance set the standard for high-scoring games by an individual in Madison Square Garden and has since been matched by the likes of Kobe Bryant (61 points, 2009), Stephen Curry (54 points, 2013) and LeBron James (52 points, 2009).
Carmelo's 62-point effort in early January stands as the current scoring record at Madison Square Garden.