We've had Carmelo Anthony on this list, but now it's time for the player he idolised growing up in Baltimore and New York.
It's clear to see where Melo modeled his offensive game from, as Bernard King was the original big-time scorer at MSG.
King had quickness, strength, a fantastic jump shot and essentially all that was needed to put the ball in the basket against any opponent.
In 1984, he scored 50 points on back-to-back nights and followed that up later that year with a 60-point performance on Christmas Day.
Unfortunately, King's career was marred by injury, which was a real shame because he could have gone down as one of the game's greatest.
Instead, King is now without a place in the Hall of Fame and has yet to have his number retired by the Knicks.
He hasn't needed those things to be remembered, though, as he instantly comes to mind when thinking of the Knicks' great scorers of the past.