New York Knicks all-time roster

A

Player Nationality No. Pos From To School/Club Games Pts Reb Ast Ref.
Ackerman, DonDon Ackerman United States Guard 1954 1954 Long Island
Akin, HenryHenry Akin United States 10 Forward/Center 1967 1967 Morehead State
Anderegg, BobBob Anderegg United States 18 Forward/Guard 1960 1960 Michigan State
Anderson, EricEric Anderson United States 42 Forward 1993 1994 Indiana State
Anderson, ShandonShandon Anderson United States 49 Forward/Guard 2002 2005 Georgia
Anderson, WillieWillie Anderson United States 40 Guard 1996 1996 Georgia
Anielak, DonDon Anielak United States 12 Forward 1955 1955 Missouri State
Anthony, CarmeloCarmelo Anthony United States 7 Forward 2011 Syracuse
Anthony, GregGreg Anthony United States 2/50 Guard 1992 1995 UNLV
Ariza, TrevorTrevor Ariza United States 21 Forward 2005 2006 UCLA
Atha, DickDick Atha United States 17 Guard 1956 1956 Indiana State

B

C

D

  • Jesse Dark
  • Antonio Davis #32
  • Baron Davis #85
  • Hubert Davis #44
  • Mel Davis
  • Mike Davis
  • Ben Davis #4
  • Dave DeBusschere #22
  • Larry Demic
  • Dave Deutsch #3
  • Michael Doleac
  • James Donaldson #35
  • Billy Donovan #1
  • Harry Donovan
  • Toney Douglas #23
  • Chris Dudley #14
  • Bob Duffy #9
  • Chris Duhon #1
  • Walter Dukes #6

E

  • Patrick Eddie
  • Johnny Egan
  • Howard Eisley
  • Ray Ellefson #6
  • Len Elmore
  • Patrick Ewing #33

F

G

  • Corey Gaines #7
  • Harry Gallatin #11
  • Danilo Gallinari #8
  • Dick Garmaker
  • Dick Garrett
  • Jack George #5
  • John Gianelli #40
  • Mike Glenn
  • Tom Gola #6
  • Glen Gondrezick
  • Leo Gottlieb #9
  • Ronnie Grandison
  • Stewart Granger
  • Gary Grant
  • Greg Grant
  • Stuart Gray
  • Johnny Green
  • Ken Green #3
  • Sidney Green
  • Chuck Grigsby
  • Ernie Grunfeld
  • Richie Guerin #9

H

I

Player Nationality No. Pos From To School/Club Games Pts Reb Ast Ref.
Imhoff, DarrallDarrall Imhoff United States 18 Center 1961 1962 California

J

K

  • George Kaftan #6
  • Ralph Kaplowitz #5
  • Jason Kidd #5
  • Bo Kimble
  • Bernard King #30
  • Doug Kistler
  • Greg Kite
  • Bob Knight #3
  • Toby Knight #43
  • Travis Knight #44
  • Lee Knorek
  • Howard Komives #16
  • Barry Kramer
  • Ray Kuka

L

  • Maciej Lampe
  • Andrew Lang #28
  • Bob Larsen
  • Tony Lavelli
  • David Lee #42
  • Jeremy Lin #17
  • Luc Longley #13
  • Jerry Lucas
  • Maurice Lucas
  • Joe Luchi (wore #23 jersey at University of Cincinnati)
  • Ray Lumpp

M

N

  • Lee Nailon
  • Willie Naulls
  • Mike Newlin
  • Johnny Newman
  • Paul Noel
  • Nazr Mohammed #13
  • Bob Nordmann
  • Moochie Norris
  • Steve Novak #16

O

P

  • Gerald Paddio
  • John S. Palmer
  • Charlie Paulk
  • Bob Peterson
  • Ralph Polson
  • Howard Porter
  • Lavor Postell

Q

  • Brian Quinnett

R

S

T

U

  • Ime Udoka

V

  • Dick Van Arsdale
  • Butch van Breda Kolff #17
  • Keith Van Horn
  • Ernie Vandeweghe
  • Kiki Vandeweghe
  • Brian Scott #93

W

  • Neal Walk
  • Kenny Walker #7
  • John Wallace
  • Bill Walker #5
  • Charlie Ward #21
  • John Warren
  • Clarence Weatherspoon
  • Marvin Webster
  • Paul Westphal
  • Tony White
  • Eddie Lee Wilkins
  • Gerald Wilkins #21
  • Frank Williams
  • Herb Williams
  • Jerome Williams
  • Ray Williams
  • Shawne Williams
  • Shelden Williams
  • Sly Williams
  • Kennard Winchester
  • David Wingate
  • Harthorne Wingo
  • Dave Wohl
  • Qyntel Woods
  • Mike Woodson

Z

Player Nationality No. Pos From To School/Club Games Pts Reb Ast Ref.
Zaslofsky, MaxMax Zaslofsky United States 5/10 Guard/Forward 1951 1953 St. John's
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