Two-time NBA champion Walt Frazier presided over the Knicks for 10 years from 1967 to 1977. As a Knicks player, Frazier scored 19.3 points per game, played in seven NBA All-Star Games, and was named to four All-NBA First Teams and seven NBA All-Defensive First Teams. For the past 14 years, he has entertained radio and television audiences alike as a Knicks analyst. His previous book, ROCKIN’ STEADY, was a national bestseller. He is a professional basketball legend.