The legend of the Knicks is now 57 and trains Georgetown, the university where he played that broke the news
The press release
It was Ewing who asked the school to publicly announce its positivity: “This virus is a serious matter and should not be taken lightly,” said Ewing in the statement, relaunched on its social channels. I want to remind everyone to stay safe and take care of yourself and the people you love. ” Georgetown announced that Ewing is the only member of the virus-positive basketball team.
Ewing has been training Georgetown since 2017, his first experience as head coach after years as an assistant in the NBA. Of which he was a legend, so much so as to be included in the Hall of Fame, to have won the Olympic gold in Barcelona 1992 with the Dream Team (in his collection also that of Los Angeles 1984 when he was still in college, just in Georgetown), and to have been included in 1996 in the list of the 50 best players of all time. Center of 213cm, born in Jamaica, the Knicks made him the first choice at the 1985 draft after winning the first Lottery: Ewing rewarded them by becoming the symbol of the last winning era of the Knicks, who with him under the basket managed to get to the Finals in 1994 and 1999, losing the first time against the Rockets of Hakeem Olajuwon and the second against the first Spurs of Gregg Popovich and Tim Duncan (but Ewing did not play those Finals due to injury). He stayed in New York for 15 seasons, until 2000, collecting 11 appearances in the All Star Game and finishing 7 times in one of the All-Nba quintets. He ended his career in 2002 in Orlando (after also stopping in Seattle), having played 1183 games with 21 points and 9.8 rebounds on average.
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