Basketball Player The Top 10 NY Knicks of All-Time

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These are IMO the Top 10 Knicks of all time. Some may disagree, so re-rank it if you feel differently.
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Kenny Sears


1955-1963
Drafted 5th overall out of Santa Clara University (Originally from Watsonville, California)
Traded in 1962 with Willie Naulls to the San Francisco Warriors for Tom Gola
Bill Cartwright is listed (or ranked) 7 on the list The Top 10 NY Knicks of All-Time
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1979-1988
Traded in 1979 with Tom Barker, 1979 1st Rd Pick (Larry Demic), & 1979 1st Rd Pick (Sly Williams) to the Knicks for Bob McAdoo
Drafted 3rd overall out of the University of San Francisco (Originally from Lodi, California)
Traded in 1988 with 1988 1st Rd Pick (Will Perdue) & 1988 3rd Rd Pick (Derrick Lewis) to the Chicago Bulls for Charles Oakley, 1988 1st Rd Pick (Rod Strickland), & 1988 3rd Rd Pick (Phil Stinnie)

Also Ranked

#242 on The Top NBA Players Of All Time

#34 on The Best Oklahoma City Thunder Players of All Time

#25 on The Best New York Knicks of All Time

#55 on The Greatest NBA Centers of All Time

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Carl Braun is listed (or ranked) 6 on the list The Top 10 NY Knicks of All-Time
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1947-1961
Originally from Brooklyn, NY
Waived in 1961

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#474 on The Top NBA Players Of All Time

#41 on The Best New York Knicks of All Time

#55 on Famous People Named Carl or Karl

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Charles Oakley is listed (or ranked) 5 on the list The Top 10 NY Knicks of All-Time
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1988-1998 (Originally from Cleveland, Ohio)
Acquired in 1988 with 1988 1st Rd Pick (Rod Strickland) & 1988 3rd Rd Pick (Phil Stinnie) from the Chicago Bulls for Bill Cartwright, 1988 1st Rd Pick (Will Perdue), & 1988 3rd Rd Pick (Derrick Lewis)
Traded in 1998 with Sean Marks & cash to the Toronto Raptors for Marcus Camby

Also Ranked

#149 on The Top NBA Players Of All Time

#57 on The Top NBA Players with No Championship Rings

#13 on The Best Toronto Raptors of All Time

#21 on The Greatest Chicago Bulls of All Time

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Harry Gallatin is listed (or ranked) 4 on the list The Top 10 NY Knicks of All-Time
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1948-1957
Drafted 40th overall out of Truman State University (Originally from Roxana, Illinois)
Traded in 1957 with Dick Atha & Nathaniel Clifton to the Fort Wayne Pistons for Mel Hutchins & Charlie Tyra

Also Ranked

#555 on The Top NBA Players Of All Time

#102 on The Best White Players in NBA History

#35 on The Best New York Knicks of All Time

#121 on The Greatest Power Forwards in NBA History

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Willis Reed is listed (or ranked) 3 on the list The Top 10 NY Knicks of All-Time
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1964-1974
Drafted 10th overall out of Grambling State University (Originally from Hico, Louisiana)

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#66 on The Top NBA Players Of All Time

#13 on The Greatest NBA Centers of All Time

#122 on The Best NBA Buys for the Money

#92 on The Greatest Power Forwards in NBA History

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Walt Frazier is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list The Top 10 NY Knicks of All-Time
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1967-1977
Drafted 5th Overall out of Southern Illinois University (Originally from Atlanta, Georgia)
Sent in 1977 to the Cleveland Cavaliers as compensation for the Knicks signing of Jim Cleamons

Also Ranked

#51 on The Greatest Shooting Guards in NBA History

#41 on The Top NBA Players Of All Time

#105 on The Best Athletes of All Time

#41 on The Greatest Offensive Players in NBA History

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Patrick Ewing is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list The Top 10 NY Knicks of All-Time
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1985-2000
Drafted 1st Overall out of Georgetown University (Originally from Jamaica)
Traded in 2000 to the Seattle SuperSonics, Lakers trade Travis Knight, Glen Rice, & 2001 1st Rd Pick (Jamaal Tinsley) to Knicks, Knicks trade Chris Dudley and 2001 1st Rd Pick (Jason Collins) to Phoenix Suns, Suns trade Luc Longley to Knicks, Seattle SuperSonics trade Emanuel Davis, Greg Foster, Horace Grant, & Chuck Person to Los Angeles Lakers, Seattle SuperSonics trade Lazaro Borrell, Vernon Maxwell, Vladimir Stepania, 2001 2nd Rd Pick (Eric Chenowith), 2001 2nd Rd Pick (Michael Wright) & 2002 1st Rd Pick (Kareem Rush) to New York Knicks

Also Ranked

#31 on The Top NBA Players Of All Time

#21 on The Best Oklahoma City Thunder Players of All Time

#1832 on The Best Athletes of All Time

#51 on The Greatest Offensive Players in NBA History

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