Quick—name the starting guards for the last New York Knicks team to win an NBA championship.
It should be easy. Especially considering both men have their names and pictures right above these words.
Walt "Clyde" Frazier and Earl "The Pearl" Monroe—both Hall of Famers—handled the rock for the 1973 NBA champion Knicks. Dubbed the "Rolls Royce Backcourt," the two superstars found a way to coexist and bring a title home to the Madison Square Garden faithful.
Nowadays—even though Frazier keeps plenty busy color commentating in colorful suits—the two legends can many times be found hanging around the team providing basketball insight and serving as ambassadors for the franchise. Yesterday, our man Speedy Morman caught up with the dynamic roundball duo to talk NBA life then vs. now, personal style, and to learn Walt Frazier's secret to success.