Things are getting real serious around the Garden these days. The Knicks are 1-6 in their last seven games and they only have 12 left until the playoffs.
But a little comic relief never hurts.
Thanks to teammates and best friends Landry Fields and Andy Rautins, fans can take a small step back from all the "pan-Knicking" going on and enjoy their improv off the court.
"The Andy and Landry Show," which debuted this past Sunday and will continue with three-minute episodes every week on MSG.com, features the two rookies exploring different landmarks in New York City. In the first segment, the duo headed to the legendary Shubert Theater to learn song and dance moves from cast members of the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical "Memphis."
"Shooting the show has been an awesome introduction to New York City," Fields said. "I hope some of the antics Andy and I got into are as funny to the viewers as they were for us."
"It’s been really cool to be a part of this show, and more fun to hang around the city with my boy Lando," Rautins said. "We can’t wait to share these episodes with the fans."
For more info on the show, please visit msg.com/andyandlandry.
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