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Julius Erving flies to catch and dunk an alley-oop pass against the New York Knicks during a 1975 game in New York

Michael Jordan. He's forced retirement on more NBA players than you think. Remember how he completely annihilated Patrick Ewing, the 7 foot center of the New York Knicks? Yeah, that's why MJ is MJ and MJ is not Michael Jackson.

Jordans final shot Washington Wizards Michael Jordan scores two points against New York Knicks Latrell Sprewell in the first period at the MCI Center in Washington D.C. on April 14, 2003. Jordan, playing his last home game ,scored 21 points in a losing effort 79-93.

Patrick Aloysius Ewing, Sr., Hall of Fame Basketball Player

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Carmelo Anthony of the New York Knicks

Carmelo Anthony Dunking | New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony dunks the ball over Miami Heat ...

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Congratulations to Carmelo Anthony whose No. 15 Syracuse jersey was retired during halftime of its game against Georgetown on Saturday in the Carrier Dome. A sellout crowd of 35,012, the largest to see a college basketball game in an on-campus arena, watched a large replica of Anthony' jersey get unveiled in the rafters. The New York Knicks star was presented a framed jersey at center court.

SI's 100 Best Michael Jordan Photos \\ Jordan knocks down a jumper against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden in March 1995.

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New York Knicks team portrait from the 1972-1973 season. From left to right: Bottom row: Henry Bibby, Walt Frazier, Ned Irish (president), Irving Mitchell Felt (Chairman of the Board), William (Red) Holzman (Gen.Mgr & Coach), Earl Monroe, Dick Barnett, Harthorne Wingo (Insert); Top row: Bill Bradley, Phil Jackson, John Gianelli, Dave De Busschere, Willis Reed, Jerry Lucas, Tom Riker,Dean Meminger, Trainer Danny Whalen, 1973. (AP Photo) (jonathanpriddy033...)

Willis Reed - New York Knicks - The Captain

Because of a severe thigh injury that kept him out of Game 6, Knicks star Willis Reed was expected to miss Game 7 of the 1970 NBA Finals against the Lakers in Madison Square Garden. However, in perfect script-like fashion, Reed tiptoed onto the court during warmups to shocked roars and an appreciative, citywide applause. He would score the Knicks' first two field goals on his first two shot attempts, setting an early tone for what would become New York City's first NBA title.

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