Lou Capozzola/NBAE/Getty ImagesThe Ewing years brought Knicks fans plenty of thrills, lots of disappointment and no NBA titles.
16. NEW YORK KNICKS: 48.16 points POINTS PER SEASON (1946-2009)
No franchise's history is more easily identified with a single moment than the Knicks: Willis Reed limping onto the court for Game 7 of the 1970 Finals against the Lakers, and leading New York to its first NBA championship. Never mind that Clyde Frazier had 36 points and 19 assists that day. It is Reed that everyone remembers.
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