Found October 26, 2012 on Knicks City:
As I watch Wally give his insightful opinion (preseason)on the knicks players and inside knowledge of a player that has recentlyretired from the NBA game, he brings fresh air to the MSG telecast. He's the best commentator up there now IMHO . THOUGHTS
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