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Walt Clyde Frazier
Young Neophyte Walt Clyde Frazier Was Shrewd, Clever, Slick About When He Had Sex During His Playing Days
Over at GQ you can read a Q&A with Knicks legend and MSG announcer Walt “Clyde” Frazier slated for the upcoming April issue, and it is very Clyde being Clyde. Most notably, Clyde’s judicious distribution of sex throughout the work week in his playing days:
Blacks And Whites Didn’t Hang Out On The 1970 New York Knicks Because Whites Can’t Dance, Among Other Reasons
A little while ago on Twitter, netw3rk sent out a link to the October 12, 1970 issue of New York Magazine, which in part details the racial and coach-player tension on the then NBA champion New York Knicks. There’s a lot of great stuff in there, so we thought we might share a few tidbits with you.
The NBA Draft is always full of
poorly well-dressed men. But we’re no fashion experts, so we didn’t feel it was our place to comment. Instead, New York Knicks legend Walt “Clyde” Frazier sat down with Amy K. Nelson and Bomani Jones of SB Nation to analyze the fashion sense of those who shook David Stern’s hand on Thursday night. Let’s get to them wheelin’ and dealin’.