Antonio was an explosive player for the early part of his career. But in true Knicks fashion, they acquired him the season after he ruptured his patella tendon. Guess who they traded? Marcus Camby and a just drafted Nene Hilario—two legitimate big men in a league with only a handful. At the beginning of the 2002-2003 season, in a preseason game vs. the Suns, Antonio cracked his kneecap while coming down awkward after a dunk. He returned for the 2003-2004 season, but was never the same. He battled several knee injuries and only played in 18 games for New York that year. Camby and Nene went on to have success in Denver, with Camby in particular reviving his career with the Nuggets, winning a Defensive Player of the Year Award in 2007.