Found May 08, 2014 on Turn On The Knicks:
The New York Knicks will have to put up with Michael Carter-Williams for many years to come. This year’s Rookie of the Year averaged 18.8 points 11.3 rebounds and 8.3 assists in four games against the Knicks this season, and believe it or not, he has the 19-win Sixers are on the rise. New York’s prized rookie, Tim Hardaway Jr., proved to be a steal in last year’s draft, but being the Rookie of the Year in New York seems a lost art. With the franchise constantly building through free agency, their draft picks usually come late in the lottery, if they even have any at all. Still, a member of the Knicks has brought home the award on three separate occasions. Can you name who? Willis Reed (1965) Reed was the eighth overall pick in the 1964 NBA Draft. While bringing home Rookie of the Year honors in 1965, Reed put up 19.5 points and ripped down 14.7 boards per game. The Knicks improved by nine games that season, but he didn’t have much team success until Walt Clyde Frazier and company a...
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