Bernard King, former Knicks legend, said he is “quite disappointed’’ he has been passed over again for induction into the Hall of Fame.
The Post reported on its website Thursday King, 55, was not voted in as an inductee to the Springfield, Mass., shrine, citing a league source. The official announcement on inductions is Monday at noon in New Orleans — site of the NCAA Tournament's Final Four.
It was King’s fifth time as a nominee and second time he was one of the 18 finalists. But Carmelo Anthony’s idol will have to wait until next year. King lives in Atlanta and has been doing a handful of games as color analyst on MSG Network’s telecasts this season.