Saturday, November 06, 2010

Tracy Collins breaks it down: the Knicks' "You Us We Now" Brooklyn outreach

Click on the graphics to enlarge, and click here and here for Tracy Collins's photos, taken at Atlantic Avenue near Cumberland Street, at the border of Fort Greene and Prospect Heights, and Seventh and Flatbush Avenues in Park Slope.

The former is actually in the Atlantic Yards footprint, on a building that's supposed to be torn down--but we'll see.

The Knicks are reaching out to YOU (the Republic of Brooklyn) with US (the original ball team of the Empire State), claiming WE (are unstoppable together), and that NOW (is the time to represent), and that BROOKLYN STAND UP.

They're clearly trying to (re)assert their foothold in an area that will be primed with Nets propaganda for years to come.



Tracy

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