1. Patrick Ewing
Tops on our list is none other than New York Knicks legend Patrick Ewing.
His inclusion must be a frustrating one for Knicks fans. First off, he played in an era where Michael Jordan did most of his damage. Secondly, never did the Knicks have that true No. 2 superstar to play alongside Ewing.
The city fell in love with guys like John Starks, Charles Oakley and Anthony Mason, but they could never get over that hump.
Game 6 of the 1994 NBA Finals against the Houston Rockets will forever haunt Ewing and Knicks fans, especially considering the current state of the organization.