Iconic Knicks Photos
Harry Gallatin and Nathaniel Clifton
Harry Gallatin and Nathaniel Clifton poses for a photo. Gallatin, nicknamed "The Horse," played nine seasons in New York and was a seven time all-star. "Sweetwater" Clifton was a Knick for seven years and made on all-star team.
Zaslofsky, who grew up in Brooklyn and attended St. John's, joined the Knicks in 1950 after four seasons in Chicago. He was a dependable scorer who played in the 1952 All-Star game, his best season in New York.
Knicks forward Nat "Sweetwater" Clifton puts back a rebound during a game against the Rochester Royals.
Carl Braun and Neil Johnston
New York's Carl Braun (No. 4) and Philadelphia's Neil Johnston chase down a loose ball.
Phil Jackson, Dick McGuire and Walt Frazier
Coach McGuire welcomes Jackson and Frazier to Knicks Training Camp at McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey. Frazier was New York's No. 1 draft choice from Southern Illinois while Jackson of Montana State was their second pick.
Bill Bradley shoots a jumper over a pair of Washington defenders. The former New Jersey senator spent 10 years as a member of the Knicks and was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame in 1982.
The always intense Dave DeBusschere appeared on this SI cover from May 1970.
Phil Jackson passes out of traffic during a game against Baltimore.
Willis Reed and Dave Cowens
Willis Reed and Dave Cowens battle for a rebound.
Jerry Lucas squeezes a shot off in the lane during a game against Boston.
Earl Monroe looks for daylight during a game against Baltimore.
Walt Frazier sneaks past Boston's Don Chaney and glides to the rim.
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Dean Meminger (left) and Earl Monroe (right) enjoy a game of cards on their charter plane back to New York after beating Los Angeles for the championship.
Phil Jackson drives past Buffalo's Kenny Charles and heads toward the basket.
Earl Monroe lofts a shot over the extended hand of Dave Cowens during a game against the Celtics.
Legendary Knicks coach Red Holzman watches the action from the sidelines.
Knicks guard Bernard King heads to the hoop in the May 1984 cover.
Former Knicks guard and New Jersey state senator Bill Bradley poses in his office.
Former Knicks point guard Mark Jackson drives to the basket against the Lakers.
Rick Pitino and Patrick Ewing
Rick Pitino gives some instructions to Patrick Ewing during a game against the Bulls.
John Starks leads a fast break during a playoff game against the Bulls.
Patrick Ewing and Shaquille O'Neal battle for a rebound.
Derek Harper bears down on defense during a game against the Magic.
Charles Oakley sports a rather stylish ensemble as he takes in a game from the Knicks bench.
Jeff Van Gundy
Jeff Van Gundy tries to keep his composure on the sidelines.
Latrell Sprewell and Allan Houston show off their dribbling skills.
Latrell Sprewell searches for an opening during a game against the Suns.
Isiah Thomas and David Lee
Isiah Thomas gives David Lee instructions during the first half of a game against the Pacers.
Stephon Marbury and Eddy Curry
Stephon Marbury and Eddy Curry take in the action.
Knicks owner James Dolan looks less than pleased with the play of his squad.
Amar'e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony
With the new tandom of Amar'e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony, the Knicks are positioned for success for years to come.
Amar'e Stoudemire signed with the Knicks as a free agent during the summer of 2010 and immediately turned the team into contenders. He also became the first Knick to start an All-Star Game since Patrick Ewing in 1992.