New York Knicks legend Bernard King was not named one of the inductees to the Naismith Basketball Hall-of-Fame Class of 2012. King has been a nominee five time, and each year he was not selected as a finalist.
King played for the Knicks from 1982-’86 and has a myriad of memorable moments with the squad. Throughout his career, King averaged 22.5 points per game and his career-high was 32.9 ppg for the Knicks in the 1984-’85 season.
Bernard King will be looking to someday join the Hall-of-Fame and with his stats and impressive career, he should be in the club very soon.