Found February 26, 2013 on Knicks Journal :
New York Knick Kurt Thomas is an easy fan-favorite in the Big Apple. The fact that he currently stands tall as the NBA's oldest player would be enough of a novelty reason to root for him, but there's no denying he can partially be credited with bringing the last visible sign of greatness to the Garden.In addition to being a double-double threat and an on the fence all-star during the early 2000s, Thomas was a key member of the 1998-99 Knicks squad that made a trip to the NBA Finals. The big man started 44 out of 50 games that season. After experiencing such rich success, he couldn't be more thrilled to be back for another shot."We have a great group of guys here," Thomas gushed. "We all get along in the locker room, on the court, and off the court. We've been having a good time, and I think that shows on the court as we play.  There's about 30 games left, so the key for us is just staying healthy. We need to fight off the injury bug. We just got of...
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