When the Knicks capped Bernard King

“They never made us an offer.”

Bob Woolf was Bernard King’s agent. The 1987 offseason came and went without New York furnishing its Brooklyn-born All-Star small forward a free agent contract, and Woolf had an inkling as to why.

“It seemed that they were afraid to, that we might accept it.”

King tore his right ACL and broke a bone in the same right leg in…

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