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    Rank the top 10 Knicks of All-Time

    Here's my list:

    1. Willis Reed - You gotta give the top spot to him because he's led the Knick championship teams and got the 1970 MVP.
    2. Walt Frazier - He's interchangeable with Reed, but obviously is a top 2 Knick ever. 4 Time All-NBA 1st Team.
    3. Patrick Ewing - Probably would be the best Knick ever if he won a championship. 1 Time All-NBA First Team, 6 Time All-NBA Second Team.
    4. Bernard King - It's ridiculous his jersey isn't retired, but made the All-NBA 1st team twice with the Knicks.
    5. Earl Monroe - The ultimate SG who sacrificed to win two titles with the Knicks in the 70s.

    I think there's a big gap in between 5 and 6.

    6. Dave DeBusschere. - He could do it all, defense, offense, eight-time All-Star, 6 time All Defensive Team
    7. Allan Houston - Two-Time All-Star, key figure on the late 90s team, game winner in Miami, 1999 Finals Team
    8. Carmelo Anthony - This is a weird one. If he took the Knicks to the Finals or won MVP, he'd move to 5 or 6 easily. Right now, he needs to cement his Knicks legacy, because otherwise he's a Bob McAdoo right now. High scoring, big name All-Star, whose played for a few seasons.
    9. Charles Oakley - An absolute workhorse, 1994 All-Star alongside Starks and Ewing on that great 1994 Finals team. All-Defensive teams, too.
    10. John Starks - The ultimate sixth man, took and made big shots, 1994 All-Star.

    Dick Barnett, Bill Bradley, Amare Stoudemire, Bob McAdoo, Sprewell and Harry Galatin are on the outside looking in.

    Amare, like Carmelo, is still writing his legacy. He deserves mention as top 15, because he truly brought the Knicks back and none of this would be possible without him. Tyson is also writing his legacy.

    But as far as pure talent, Carmelo, McAdoo and Amare would all be 6, 7, 8 on this list.

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    I've sworn off rankings for the rest of the year

    Illuminati...


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    Pretty solid top 5..think i would switch King and the pearl...Melo does not belong in top 10 Knicks at this point..... YET!!

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    I tried to do do a poll we only got to 8 because of the goddamn trolls. I worked hard

    Born a Knick Live a Knick Die a Knick
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    Quote Originally Posted by StarvingKnick22 View Post
    I tried to do do a poll we only got to 8 because of the goddamn trolls. I worked hard
    valiant effort young bro


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    John Starks no way

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    1-clyde 2- Ewing. 3-king 4- reed 5 pearl and if melo wins a ring and retires with us then he will definitely be #1 on my list

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    1. Jason Kidd
    2. God



    3. The rest
    The value of elite scoring ability, by Phil Jackson:

    "This is a guy, we recognize his talent, and his skill is the kind of skill and talent that gets you through playoff games where things get sticky, grind-out, and basketball becomes a force game and suddenly you need to have a player who has the capabilities of scoring with someone hanging on them in a situation thatís critical. Heís one of those players, one of the few players who can do that.Ē

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    Where is Pat Cummings on this list?

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    John Starks (my fav all time)
    Spree
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    Chris Childs

    The good old days

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    1) david lee
    2) Zach Randolph
    3) anyone else from 2001 to 2004 who were so great yet never made it to the playoffs
    4) nando knick
    5) Brooklyn nets

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    Quote Originally Posted by YashBoone View Post
    1) david lee
    2) Zach Randolph
    3) anyone else from 2001 to 2004 who were so great yet never made it to the playoffs
    4) nando knick
    5) Brooklyn nets


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    Quote Originally Posted by StarvingKnick22:24637603
    I tried to do do a poll we only got to 8 because of the goddamn trolls. I worked hard
    Is this the top 50 knicks of all time? I remember that Lmfao.

    #KNICKS TAPED PLAYOFFS 2013

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    Quote Originally Posted by CousinsEvansDUO View Post
    Not going to read your posts or respond to them because judging by your sig you are a clueless nutjob. That girl is a 7/10 and you probably think shes a 10. Which means IRL you must be a 5/10 and sorry no offense bro but I don't talk to 5/10s or below, and by bro I mean never my bro.
    CousinsEvansDUO doesn't think i'm hot..

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    Quote YashBoone

    1) david lee
    2) Zach Randolph
    3) anyone else from 2001 to 2004 who were so great yet never made it to the playoffs
    4) nando knick
    5) Brooklyn nets



    Well done. LMAO!!!

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