New York Knicks legend Patrick Ewing recently told the world that he’d never form a “superteam” in effort to win an NBA title.
By Robby Sabo
We all know what the National Basketball Association is nowadays.
It’s not the good old days of the 1980s which saw Larry Bird of the Boston Celtics and the Bad Boys of the Detroit Pistons always at each other’s throats.
It’s now the place of paddy-cake circles and frenemies playing nice-nice.
Where’s the end for the NBA? Nobody knows.
One thing’s for sure: New York Knicks legend Patrick Ewing isn’t having any of it.
Talking to ESPN’s Hannah Storm, Ewing flat-out rejected the idea of forming a “Superteam” in effort to win an NBA Championship:
That’s the Pat we know. The old-school guy who wouldn’t have it any other way.