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Willis Reed
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Basketball Player
    (June 25, 1942- )
    Played for the New York Knicks (1964-74)
    NBA Rookie of the Year (1965)
    NBA Most Valuable Player (1970)
    NBA Finals MVP (1970, 1973)
    NBA All-Star Game MVP (1970)
    Coached New York Knicks (1977-79), Creighton University (1981-85) and New Jersey Nets (1988-89)
    Attended Grambling State University
    Inducted into Basketball Hall of Fame (1982)
    He was injury-prone his entire career.
    He was forced to retire after only playing ten seasons.
    As a coach, he had an overall losing record.
    He was divorced.
    He is best known for his dramatic return from injury prior to the deciding game of the 1970 NBA Finals. That was credited with inspiring the Knicks to their first NBA title.
    He was the first NBA player to win regular-season, all-star game and finals MVP's in the same year (1970).
    He played with the Knicks his whole career.
    He remarked, 'Go for the moon. If you don't get it, you'll still be heading for a star.'
    He was selected one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History (1996).
    He is left-handed.

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