4. Bob McAdoo
Bob McAdoo spent only three seasons with the Knicks, but he was a dominating presence for the team inside the paint. Not only was McAdoo a defensive maestro, but he was also a very prolific scorer who could take over a game with his shooting touch. McAdoo was eventually inducted into the Hall-of-Fame in 2000, and his impressive resume included many Knicks franchise records. With the Knicks, Bob McAdoo averaged 26.6 ppg, 3.3 apg and 11.9 rpg.
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