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Patrick Aloysius Ewing Sr is a Jamaican-American who played professional basketball in the NBA. He played college basketball for Georgetown University under the legendary coach John Thompson, and 17 seasons on the pro level. The first 15 seasons were with the Knicks, and his last two seasons with the Seattle Supersonics and the Orlando Magic.
Most of his Hall of Fame playing days took place in New York City, where he captivated Madison Square Garden crowds for over a decade and a half. He participated in classic encounters in the playoffs in the 1990’s, with such memorable teammates such as John Starks, Charles Oakley, and Anthony Mason.
Despite never winning an NBA Championship, Ewing has had many stellar moments in his career that define his legend. His competitive drive and tenacious attitude on the court are what makes him one of the greatest basketball warriors the game has ever scene.