It's been good to be a Knicks fan for the past few days. There's Carmelo Anthony, who's been going crazy these past few games, the Knicks' 11-game winning streak, and last's night ceremony which honored the 1973 Knicks championship team (which happened during a game that New York won, by the way).

Now more good news. According to ESPN, Knicks great Bernard King will be inducted to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame this year. He and 'Melo are the only Knicks to score 40 points or more in three consecutive games. King is also a four-time All Star and led the league with 32.9 PPG in the 1984-85 season. He will join Gary Payton, Guy Haywood, Rick Pitino, and Jerry Tarkanian as this year's class.

On the news, Anthony said, ""He deserves it. It's about time. He deserved it a long time ago."

We couldn't agree more.

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[via ESPN]