2007 Season to Tip-off on Sunday, May 20 at Madison Square Garden

Liberty Add Bruce Hamburger to Coaching Staff

New York [May 2, 2007] – New York Liberty Senior Vice President and General Manager Carol Blazejowski announced today the addition of Bruce Hamburger as an assistant coach for the Liberty during the 2007 WNBA season. Hamburger previously served as an advanced scout for the team during the 2006 season.

Hamburger brings more than 25 years of coaching experience to the Liberty staff. He previously was an assistant coach at Caldwell College in Caldwell, New Jersey where he helped guide the men’s team to a 16-11 regular season record. For 11 years Hamburger was the head men’s coach at Kean University (1995-2006) in Union County, New Jersey, where he earned the most wins as a head coach in the school’s history and guided the team to the 2004-2005 Eastern College Athletic Conference Metro Championship. Before Kean University, Hamburger was an assistant coach at Seton Hall University from 1986-1995, overseeing scouting and on-campus recruiting. Prior to SHU, he served as an assistant coach at Trenton State College.

“By adding Bruce’s seasoned experience and existing familiarity with the Liberty and the WNBA, I am confident our team will be well prepared for the 2007 season,” said Blazejowski.

As per team policy, conditions of the contract are not released.

The New York Liberty basketball team is in its 11th year of operation with the 2007 season. Madison Square Garden, L.P. is owned by Cablevision Systems Corporation, and includes the New York Knicks (NBA); the New York Rangers (NHL); the New York Liberty (WNBA); the Hartford Wolf Pack (American Hockey League); MSG Entertainment, which includes concerts and events at Radio City Music Hall, Madison Square Garden, The Theater at Madison Square Garden, and the Beacon Theatre; MSG Media, which is comprised of MSG and FSN New York; fuse, the music television network; and the Madison Square Garden arena complex, located in the heart of the New York metropolitan area.