The 25 Greatest Knicks
Best known for his days with MJ and the Bulls, Bill Cartwright was first a standout center and one-time All-Star for the Knicks. Cartwright played in New York from 1979-88 before being dealt for another big man on our list -- Charles Oakley.
New York City: The 1960s
The Big Apple has always been one of the world's most hopping cities -- and the 1960s were no exception. See the hustle and bustle of a city in transition during the rocking decade ...
Shoes and Sneakers
Fun, fresh, or fabulous shoes complete an outfit. Find your perfect pair with updates on the hottest trends, advice for wearing the most popular styles, and tips for finding comfortable footwear.
New York Knicks, 1970 NBA Championship Painting Print, 11x17, NBA, Willis Reed, Walt Frazier
This limited edition print (edition of 50) depicts Willis Reed and Walt Frazier, stars of the 1970 NBA Champion New York Knicks. This painting was done to commemorate the championship game held on May 8, 1970, against the Los Angeles Lakers. The final score of the game, including the date and venue
DeBusschere trade transformed Knicks
This past Friday marked the 40th anniversary of one of the greatest acquisitions in New York sports history. On December 19, 1968 the New York Knicks received Dave DeBusschere from the Detroit Pistons for center Walt Bellamy and guard Howard...
Walt Clyde Frazier
"This guy Ben Kahn gave Willis Reed and I coats in like 1967. ... They were trendsetting, plus they're warm, though, man. When it's freezing, you don't feel anything." -- Walt Frazier
Charles Oakley, New York Knicks, Signed, Autographed, 8x10 Photo,,
THIS IS A SIGNED 8X10 PHOTO *CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY(COA)-EACH ITEM COMES WITH A COA .ALL MY AUTOGRAPHS ARE 100% AUTHENTIC AND OBTAINED BY ME PERSONALLY. *PROOF PICTURES-THE PROOF PHOTOS IN MY AUCTION MAY NOT ALWAYS BE THE EXACT ITEM YOU ARE BIDDING ON,BUT SHOWS THE ATHLETE (S) SIGNING FOR ME. CHARLES OAKLEY SIGNED
Daily News photographer Dan Farrell dies at 84: Look back at his greatest photos
Legendary photographer Dan Farrell, who worked for the Daily News for 50 years, died on April 13, 2015. He was 84. To celebrate his life, The News looks back at the legendary lensman's greatest photos ...