Known now as the voice of the Knicks on MSG, Walt "Clyde" Frazier first came to fame as the heart and soul of the franchise's two championship winning teams in 1970 and 1973.
An absolute star himself, Frazier ran a team filled with Hall of Fame talent including Earl Monroe, Willis Reed, Bill Bradley, Jerry Lucas and Dave DeBusschere.
Even to this date, Frazier is known for his elaborate clothing, and as a rookie he developed the nickname "Clyde" for wearing a hat similar to Clyde Barrow's in "Bonnie and Clyde."
His on-court play reflected his off-court persona, as Clyde was as smooth as they came when handling and passing the basketball.
Of all the great moments Frazier had in his career, one in particular stands out, as Frazier put up 39 points and 19 assists against the Lakers in the seventh game of the 1970 NBA Finals, to lead the Knicks to victory despite an injury to team captain Willis Reed.
Some consider Frazier to be the greatest player in Knicks history, but even if you wouldn't go that far, there's no denying that he was their greatest point guard.