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This Date in Knicks History: May 28

Walt Frazier Dominates in First NBA-ABA All-Star Game

(1971) Knicks guard Walt Frazier scores 26 points to lead the NBA All-Star team to a 125-120 victory over the ABA in the first game between the two professional rival leagues.

(1974) Knicks acquire forward Howard Porter and a 1975 second-round draft pick (Larry Fogle) from Chicago in exchange for first-round draft pick in the 1974 draft (Maurice Lucas). 

(1980) Dallas Mavericks select Knicks guard Geoff Huston in the expansion draft. 

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