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By Ronald E. Kisner Walt Frazier and Clyde are like the proverbial Jekyl and Hyde. Walt is reserved, cautious, at times cerebral, and often times alone, Clyde needs an audience. He is flashy, a put on and an extrovert.
Walt Frazier from books.google.com
Walter Frazier, Jr., born March 29, 1945, in Atlanta, Georgia, was the first of nine children of Walter Frazier, Sr., and Eula Frazier. His father worked on an automobile production line. Frazier frequently took care of his younger ...
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In When the Garden Was Eden, Araton not only traces the history of New York’s beloved franchise—from Ned Irish to Spike Lee to Carmelo Anthony—but profiles the lives and careers of one of sports’ all-time great teams, the Old Knicks ...
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Those Knicks, who won again in 1973, became legends, and captivated a city that has basketball in its blood. But this book is more than a history of the championship Knicks.
Walt Frazier from books.google.com
One of professional basketball's legendary superstars recounts his long and colorful career, emphasizing the Knick's championship season of 1969 and detailing the haunting personal details of his life
Walt Frazier from books.google.com
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Such details are offered in this book, the ultimate handbook to knowing and loving the New York Knicks.
Walt Frazier from books.google.com
Knicks' Walt Frazier Hit With Paternity Suit The New York Knicks' sharp-shooting, sharp-dressing, 30-year- old backcourt ace Walt (Clyde) Frazier has been slapped Walt Frazier with a paternity suit by Black 29-year-old media assistant ...
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Walt Frazier, one of the greatest guards ever to play the game, writes about "old school ball" and his ideas for reinvigorating the sport In The Game Within the Game, basketball legend Walt Frazier looks at basketball from both a historical ...