Knick players, including Michael Jordan, used a wool pressing machine during a timeout during their 2009 championship game.
Now, the team is using it as a basketball hoops hoop.
The machine was donated to the team by an anonymous donor.
Now the team has its own hoops, and it’s a whole new game.
The hoop is made of fiberglass and features a basket, three-point arc and hoops for shooting, dribbling and passing.
It weighs 3.2 pounds.
The ball has a plastic rim, but it’s made of nylon and not wood.
The Knicks are in the NBA Finals for the second straight year and have the best record in the league.
They’ve won eight games and are looking to beat the Warriors in the first round.
The team had a special ceremony during the season to honor the machines.
The players and coaches were joined by the team’s owner, Bob Knight, who has donated the machine to the Knick organization.
They are donating the proceeds from the hoop to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in Brooklyn and Newark.