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What did Beastie Boys, Larry Holmes, Larry Johnson donate to MSG?

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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) -

Hip hop legends the Beastie Boys, boxing legend Larry Holmes and Knicks great Larry Johnson have donated some pretty cool memorabilia that will be on display at Madison Square Garden's new Signature Suite level.

The Beastie Boys donated the green track suits that they wore during a 2004 concert at MSG.

Larry Holmes donated a pair of autographed boxing gloves.

And Larry Johnson donated the pair of sneakers he wore during his famous 4-point play.

Fox 5's Steve Lacy got a chance to see the progress of the Garden's three-year transformation and met with Ad-Rock, Mike D, Larry Holmes, and Hank Ratner, the president and CEO of MSG.

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