Fans of the New York Knicks will get a little bit of loyalty this season.
On Saturday, ESPN’s SportsCenter featuring host Steve Simmons will unveil an NBA-themed “Loyality” section that will show highlights from the league’s last championship run.
The section, which will be a part of the NBA’s new “Lift Up” campaign, will debut during the All-Star break on Wednesday and feature highlights of various moments from the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons.
The ESPN segment, titled “A Big-Game Celebration in Your Life,” will highlight the most memorable moments from that era, such as Kobe Bryant’s historic Game 7 dunk against the Miami Heat on Feb. 19, 2013, or Carmelo Anthony’s triple-double against the Oklahoma City Thunder in the NBA Finals on March 15, 2014.
Simmons and ESPN’s producer Mike Bresnahan will also be able to look back on highlights from other championship seasons from the past, including Michael Jordan’s 1998-99 championship team or LeBron James’ 2014-15 championship team.
The NBA will also include highlights of the last three seasons of the “Big Three,” including James Harden and Kyrie Irving, during the program.
“We have an obligation to our fans, and to our players, to do something special,” Simmons said.
“We are going to make sure this is a big-game celebration in their lives.”
Fans can also view highlights from NBA playoff games, including the 2016 NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers, during Loyally in the ESPN section of Sportscenter.