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An ESPN 30 for 30 about Walt “Clyde” Fraiser, the ostentatious, lugubrious, crocodile-leather clad Knicks legend/announcer just came out. He is cool. See it after the jump.
The former Knick, current color commentator, sharply-dressed fellow, and famed practitioner of interesting wordplay turns 67 today. Here’s a photo of him playing the banjo with some kids, because, you know, why the hell not?
Is it possible that people just aren’t watching ESPN as much as they used too, and maybe they’re relying more and more on other (see: newer) gadgets to get their sports news? Because earlier in the week an ESPN anchor actually said the words “chink in the armor” when speaking about Jeremy Lin. And, really, no one seemed to notice.
Craig Sager might get all the attention as far as “crazily-oufitted sportscasters” go, and he deserves the attention…but Walt Frazier can push the fashion envelope just as far.
Walt “Clyde” Frazier has officially joined Craig Sager and Don Cherry in the battle for who wears the worst suits among sports broadcasters.
Walt Frazier appeared on Don Imus’ program to plug his book…then Imus asked him some completely impertinent questions about marijuana in the NBA.
Anthony Randolph Interview Accidentally Highlights Quality (Or Lack Thereof) In NBA Summer League (Video)
While new Knick Anthony Randolph was interviewed, the Raptors and Knicks were in the foreground displaying some comically abysmal basketball, with the highlights being an air-ball and a missed alley-oop.