Alex English scored more points in the 1980s than any other NBA player. He served as president of the NBA Players Association, published three volumes of poetry and starred in the movie "Amazing Grace and Chuck." Read about this Hall of Fame basketball player.
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Willis Reed was the first player named MVP of the regular season All-Star Game and NBA Finals in the same season (1970). He retired in 1974 and went on to coach the Knicks and Nets. He entered the Hall of Fame in 1981. Read more about Willis Reed.
Walt Frazier wrote his ticket to the Hall of Fame when he led the Knicks to a pair of championships in the early 1970s. He retired in 1979 after averaging 18.9 points and 6.1 assists during his 13-year career. Learn more about Frazier.