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 #NYK70 | 1958: Fuzzy Levane Named the Fourth Head Coach in Franchise History
 Andrew Joseph “Fuzzy” Levane was a star on the basketball courts of Brooklyn, leading his James Madison High School team to a city champi
 #NYK70 | 1957: Knicks Host First Old-Timers game
 Joe Lapchick, who’d retired from the Knicks’ coaching job at the end of the 1955-’56 season, returned to the Garden during the All-Star f
 #NYK70 | 1956: Knicks Legend Bernard King is Born in Brooklyn
 In an era of high-scoring forwards, from Larry Bird and Julius Erving to Dominique Wilkins, few players were as prolific at putting the b
 #NYK70 | 1955: The Old Garden Hosts The All-Star Game
 In 1955 the old Madison Square Garden at Eighth Avenue and 50th Street was the site for the NBA’s fifth All-Star Game.
 #NYK70 | 1954: Knicks Beat Defending Champ Lakers on Opening Night
 They’d been unable to stop the Minneapolis Lakers dynasty in the 1952 and 1953 Finals, which would earn five championships in six seasons
 #NYK70 | 1953: Harry Gallatin Sets Knicks Mark With 33 Rebounds in a Game
 “The Horse” earned his nickname in part for his durability, and in part because he was one of the most dominant post players of the NBA’s
 #NYK70 | 1952: Ernie Vandeweghe Marries Colleen Kay Hutchins, 1952 Miss America
 One of the key contributors to the Knicks’ run of success in the early 1950s was Ernie Vandeweghe, the former three-sport star who became
 Social Corner: Lee, Jennings, Rose & More Getting Ready for the Season
 Working on my handles Maaan im excited for the season
 #NYK70 | 1951: First of Three Consecutive Appearances in Finals
 As a player on the barnstorming Original Celtics of the 1920s, Joe Lapchick was one of basketball’s early stars.
 #NYK70 | 1950: First Team to Sign an African-American Player, Sweetwater Clifton
 They called the big fella “Sweetwater” for his love of soft drinks.

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