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A lot of people seemed to hate on him but I always liked John Starks of the New York Knicks back in the day. He played with energy and passion and you got to respect that. Plus Jordan might have put it on him sometimes but he never backed down. He even got payback sometimes....The Dunk

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New York Knicks, 1969 New York Knicks Willis Reed, Walt Frazier, Nate Bowman, Cazzie Russell and Dick Barnett (l. to r.) arrive from Cincinnati at LaGuardia Airport.

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Patrick Ewing, Georgetown great and New York Knick legend. Saw him live several times at Madison Square Garden.

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Before LeBron, this was the REAL King! New York #Knicks forward Bernard King.

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

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Jeremy Lin-- the first American player of Chinese or Taiwanese descent in the NBA. He's a Harvard alum who plays for the New York Knicks. He scored 38 points for a 92-85 victory over the Lakers.