Hall of Famer Earl Monroe was one of the key players on the legendary 1973 Knicks team. His new book, “Earl The Pearl: My Story,” tells his incredible journey from the streets of Philadelphia to NBA immortality.
It’s hard to separate the Jeremy Lin — the man from the myth.
The man, the myth, the legend. Earl ‘The Pearl’ Monroe made the trip to Manhattan to sit down with Boomer & Craig.
Patrick Ewing, Earl Monroe, and Willis Reed were announced as part of the 10-member class that will be inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame in November.
Putting an April post mortem on the Knickerbockers has become as predictable as the asters popping pink in Bryant Park. For all the hype, the Knicks left with a whimper and without a fight.
Earl “The Pearl” Monroe is a legend — basketball royalty in every sense. This morning he joined Boomer & Craig in the Allstate Studio to talk a little Knicks basketball.
You may have heard the big news last week: The Knicks finally got Carmelo Anthony. Perhaps lost in the shuffle of Melomania was that Chauncey Billups made the trip from Denver as well — and that move is already looking brilliant for New York.
It was a ‘Melo’ morning here on the B&C Morning Extravaganza as Craig declares today a great day in New York and one of the greatest days in Knicks history…
John Starks will be among the former Knicks honored with “Legends Awards” at halftime against the Bucks on Wednesday. Starks joined Boomer & Carton Tuesday to talk about the award, and of course, the Knicks’ blockbuster trade for Carmelo Anthony.
The Knicks will honor one player for each decade from the 1950s to 2000s at halftime of their game against Milwaukee on Feb. 23.
Whenever you abandoned the Knicks, it may be time to return, to emerge from your cave and wipe the crust from your heavily blinking eyes. There may again be a basketball team in New York City.