Knicks By The Numbers: 11-15

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11 – Harry Gallatin – (1948-57) – Not often do you have 2 Hall of Famers to wear the same number, but the nod for #11 goes to Harry “The Horse” Gallatin who spent most of his career with the Knicks. Harry the Horse was a dominant presence, playing in 400 straight games over 7 All Star seasons (9 total) with the Knicks. Career averages of 12.7 points and 12.1 rebounds, including a Knick record of 33 rebounds in one game, make Gallatin the best #11 in their history.

Honorable Mention – Bob McAdoo – (1976 – 79) – Although he did most of his damage on another NY State team (Buffalo Braves) and won multiple Championships with the LA Lakers, Hall of Famer McAdoo had an impressive stint with the Knicks. Playing just 171 games over 3 seasons, McAdoo averaged 26.7 points and 12 rebounds for the Knicks. McAdoo is considered one of the best shooting centers to ever play the game.