New York Knicks, Past and Present, Gather For Tyson Chandler Hipster Art Gallery (PHOTOS)
Tyson Chandler has really jumped in star power since 2011 or so. Before 2011, he was, at best, a complimentary level player who, despite his defensive prowess, went largely unnoticed. Heck, in 2010 he was even playing for the lowly Bobcats, which had like, 12 fans in attendance per night. But ever since 2011, when he played a crucial role in helping the Dallas Mavericks win its first championship, and then his subsequent jump to New York City and taking defensive player of the year, followed by a gold medal in London this past summer, he has now gone big time. Appearing on magazine covers, fashion shoots, and now this, holding his own art gallery in Manhattan, one of the art capitals of the world.
New York Knicks from past and present showed up to support, including current teammates Carmelo Anthony, Amare Stoudemire, JR Smith, Jason Kidd, and former teammates Baron Davis. And even Knicks from the heydays (when the Knicks were good): Patrick Ewing and Allan Houston.
The Knicks, of course, have been widely reported to be meeting and getting together earlier than usual so they can gel and work on being a good team and all that sports cliche stuff. Didn't know their shindig also includes long-retired players and are held in Chelsea's art galleries.
Now comes the biggest question: Where is Stark?
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