Former New York Knicks John Starks and Anthony Mason Opening Harlem Pizza Place

Former New York Knicks John Starks and Anthony Mason Opening Harlem Pizza PlaceImage via Georgetown Voice

New Yorkers may have forgiven John Starks for Game 7 of the 1994 NBA Finals (well, some of them), but there's no way in hell they've forgotten. Still atoning for that horrible, horrible night nearly 20 years later, Starks and former New York Knicks teammate Anthony Mason—one of the league's most feared O.G.'s—plan to open the very first New York extension of D.C.-based pizza chain, Custom Fuel Pizza, in Harlem next month. 

Grubstreet adds that the restaurant features the popular, build-your-own approach, which builds value with customers by allowing them to take ownership over their pizza. Page Six also claims that Syracuse University men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim and CNN anchor Chris Cuomo (yes, the governor's little brother) are also investors in the venture.

[via Grubstreet and Page Six]

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