LJ was one of the best Knicks of all time. He had heart and was the voice of reason and leadership in the locker room. He was no Ewing or Clyde but he held this team down season after season, helping Spreewell and Houston carry this team to the finals wile playing out of his natural position of small forward to fulfill the Knicks void at power forward. All of this was done with a serious back injury. The man is a warrior. We need that type of leadership in NY.