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Updated: Tuesday February 27, 2001 9:47 PM

0 -- Players selected before Patrick Ewing in the 1985 NBA Draft. Wayman Tisdale was selected No. 2 by Indiana. Ewing is one of only four No. 1 picks in Knicks history. Patrick Ewing
Patrick Ewing never averaged fewer than 15 points per game in his 15 seasons in New York.
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1 -- Triple-doubles in his career. Ewing had 28 points, 15 rebounds and a career-high 11 assists against Charlotte on April 19, 1996.
2 -- Olympic gold medals won by Ewing -- 1984 and '92. He averaged 9.5 points to help lead the first Dream Team to gold in Barcelona.
3 -- Rookies of the Year in New York Knicks history -- Willis Reed (1964-65), Ewing (1985-86) and Mark Jackson (1987-88).
4 -- Players who have worn No. 33 for the Knicks -- Cazzie Russell (1968-71), Earl Monroe (1971-72), Sly Williams (1979-80, 82-83) and Ewing (1985-00).
5 -- 50-win seasons in Knicks history before Ewing's arrival in 1985. He led the team to seven in his 15 seasons.
7 -- Times Ewing was ejected in a Knicks uniform -- six in the regular season, once in the playoffs.
8 -- Coaches he played for with the Knicks -- Hubie Brown, Bob Hill, Rick Pitino, Stu Jackson, John MacLeod, Pat Riley, Don Nelson and Jeff Van Gundy.
9 -- Rebounds grabbed by Ewing in his first game against the Knicks. He also scored 10 points in the Sonics' 96-75 victory on Nov. 14.
10 -- Major Knicks records held by Ewing. He is the team's all-time leader in games (1,039), points (23,665), minutes (37,586), field goals made (9,260), field goals attempted (18,224), free throws made (5,126), free throws attempted (6,904), rebounds (10,759), steals (1,061) and blocks (2,758).
11 -- All-Star appearances by Ewing, the last coming in the 1996-97 season.
12 -- Players in NBA history to have at least 20,000 points and 10,000 rebounds. Ewing is one of three active players to accomplish the feat, joining Utah's Karl Malone and Houston's Hakeem Olajuwon.
14 -- Times Ewing led the Knicks in scoring for the season in his 15 years.
15.0 -- Ewing's scoring average in 1999-00, the lowest of his career. It is one of only two seasons that he averaged fewer than 20 points per game (98-99). This season, however, Ewing is averaging 9.0 ppg with the Sonics.
16 -- NBA record for most seasons spent with one franchise, held by Olajuwon (Rockets), John Stockton (Jazz), John Havlicek (Celtics) and Dolph Schayes (76ers).
19 -- Times Ewing has had 20 points and 20 rebounds in the same game.
26 -- Ewing's career-high single-gamerebounding total, against Miami on Dec. 19, 1992.
30 -- Times Ewing scored 40 or more points, a Knicks record. Ewing's career high is 51 against the Celtics on March 24, 1990, one of two games he had 50 or more.
33 -- Times Ewing scored in single figures in his first 14 seasons combined. In 1999-00, he did it 12 times. This season in Seattle, he's had 20 games of fewer than 10 points (through Feb. 26) -- including two games in which he was held scoreless.
60 -- NBA players to play in 1,000 career games. Ewing became the first Knick to reach the milestone against the Orlando Magic on Feb. 1, 2000.
88 -- Games he missed from 1997-00 due to injuries. From 1987-97, Ewing missed just 20 games. This season, however, he's missed only one game.
135 -- Career playoff games. Ewing made 13 consecutive playoff appearances, but only one NBA finals appearance with the Knicks -- against the Rockets in 1994. Ewing missed the '99 finals against the Spurs
2,347 -- Points he scored in the 1989-90 season, the Knicks' single-season high. He holds seven of the team's top 11 season marks.
2,758 -- Career blocks by Ewing, fourth on the all-time list. Only Olajuwon (3,652), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (3,189) and Mark Eaton (3,064) have more.
26,800 -- Combined points scored by Walt Frazier and Willis Reed with the Knicks, which ranks second and third on the franchise's all-time list. Ewing scored 23,665 himself.

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