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Do not get stuck behind Josh Harrellson in an elevator because he is the current title holder of the “smelliest” New York Knick.

Watch as the Knickerbocker kid reporters Ryan and Jaylah interview members of the basketball team and find out some very useful information. In a unanimous decision, rookie Josh Harrellson gets voted the smelliest teammate and we find out that Jeremy Lin is the worst dressed. Honestly these kids do a better job at interviewing than 90% of the reporters out there. Keep up the good work guys!

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