11. Walt Frazier
Today Walt Frazier is known as the flashy dressed voice of the Knicks, but he was the face of the franchise in the 70s, leading the team to championships in 1970 and 1973 as the best player on both teams. Frazier was an awesome defender, named seven times to an All Defense team, and he did more than his fair share on the other end too, averaging 21 points, 7 rebounds, and 7 dimes over an eight year peak.
Frazier never finished top three in an MVP race but should have in 1973 and maybe should have won in 1970. He and the Knicks played in six straight Conference Finals, and only Clyde’s relatively short peak stops him from ranking even further up the list.
Achievements: 2x champion, 6x All NBA, 7x All Star