Patrick Ewing Highlights

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Patrick Ewing

 

College: Georgetown  Rookie Yr: 1985
Ht., Wt.: 7'0", 255
Contract Status: Inactive
NBA Exp.: 17
Born: Aug 5, 1962 in Kingston, Jamaica


The greatest Knick... One of the best centers ever... Obviously, he was not the same he once was in his last season... Too rusty... Kept some of his great footwork, fade away jumper and mid-range shot alive... Despite his poor physical conditions, still blocked some shots... Retired without a ring.

 

 

Voted one of the "50 Greatest Players in NBA History"
Named an NBA All-Star 11 times, including a span of 10 straight seasons from 1988-97
Earned All-NBA First or Second Team honors seven times
Named to the All-NBA First Team in 1989-90 and All-NBA Second Team in 1987-88, 1988-89, 1990-91, 1991-92, 1992-93 and 1996-97
Earned NBA All-Defensive Second Team honors in 1987-88, 1988-89 and 1991-92
Named NBA Rookie of the Year in 1985-86 and was named to the NBA All-Rookie First Team
Two-time Olympic gold medal winner with 1984 (Los Angeles) and 1992 (Barcelona) U.S. Olympic Men's Basketball Teams
Earned NBA Player of the Month five times and NBA Player of the Week 12 times
Entered the 2001-02 season as the 13th leading scorer in league history (24,425 points)
Stands as the all-time leader in New York Knicks' history in games (1,039), points (23,665), minutes (37,586), field goals made (9,260), field goals attempted (18,224), free throws made (5,126), free throws attempted (6,904), rebounds (10,759), steals (1,061), blocks (2,758) and 40+ scoring games (30)
Led the Knicks in scoring and blocked shots in every season from 1985-86 to 1996-97 and led the team in rebounds in 1985-86 to 1987-88, 1991-92, 1992-93 and 1994-95 to 1996-97
Inducted into the Madison Square Garden Walk of Fame on 10/29/96
Recorded his first career triple-double, with 28 points, 15 rebounds and 11 assists, against the Charlotte Hornets on 4/19/96
Appeared in the 1994 NBA Finals against the Houston Rockets, establishing an NBA Finals single-series record for most blocked shots with 30
Matched the NBA Finals single-game record for most blocked shots with eight against Houston in Game 5 of the 1994 NBA Finals
Finished fourth in 1992-93 NBA MVP voting after leading the Knicks to a 60-win season
Scored a Knicks' franchise record 2,347 points during the 1989-90 season and was the only player to rank in the top six in the NBA in 1989-90 in scoring (career-high 28.6 ppg), rebounding (10.9 rpg), blocked shots (3.99 bpg) and field-goal shooting (.551)
A member of the 1984 NCAA Champion Georgetown Hoyas