Knicks now have a ‘Bing Bong’ sound effect in MSG for made shots (Video)

The New York Knicks have fully embraced the “Bing Bong” movement with their latest sound effect at Madison Square Garden.

New York professional sports fans are desperate for some wins, but luckily the NBA has them covered, particularly with the Knicks. After beating the Boston Celtics in double overtime in the season-opener, fans celebrated outside Madison Square Garden like they won the NBA title. That is where we heard the phrase “bing bong” coined by Jordie Bloom in the video posted by Sidetalk.

Well, the Knicks have fully embraced “bing bong” because the Garden now has an official sound effect whenever they make a three-point shot. That was recognized after Evan Fournier hit a shot from behind the arc during Monday night’s game against the Toronto Raptors.

Knicks have “Bing Bong” sound effect at MSG

New York has fully embraced the movement. That was evident after Fournier himself shared the viral video, tweeting “what did I get myself into,” complete with laughing emojis.

Even Mike Breen himself said “bing bong” after Julius Randle made a three-pointer during the MSG broadcast!

The fans are having fun. The team is having fun. Long story short, the Knicks are fun through the early portion of the 2021-22 season.

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