James Dolan (center) at an NBA Summer League game in July at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas. (Getty Images) He continues to oversee business operations for company, Knicks James Dolan, owner of the New York Knicks and executive chairman and CEO of The Madison Square Garden Co., continues to oversee business operations there after testing positive for coronavirus. “He has been in self-isolation and is experiencing little to no symptoms,” the Knicks wrote in a statement. The team announced Dolan’s test results Saturday. Dolan, 64, is the first NBA owner who has publicly confirmed a coronavirus diagnosis. The NBA season was suspended March 11 after a player received a positive coronavirus diagnosis. Among the most influential and colorful executives in the live entertainment business, Dolan continues to blaze trails in the industry, particularly with plans for the MSG Sphere, a new line of facilities by The MSG Co.… Continue Reading MSG’s Dolan Tests Positive For Coronavirus

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