Patrick Ewing's Hall of Fame Enshrinement
Patrick Ewing stands proud and tall during a photo session celebrating his induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Ewing waves to the crowd after being introduced at the Bunn/Gowdy Awards Dinner.
Patrick Ewing Jr, recently acquired by the Knicks, watches his father during the Hall of Fame festivities.
Ewing and his son chat it up with another Hall of Famer, Magic Johnson, at the Bunn/Gowdy Awards Dinner.
After surviving 15 years in New York, Ewing felt right at home fielding questions from the media.
"The Big Fella" is fitted for his jacket during the Class of 2008 Press Event.
Ewing smiles bright at a press event a few hours before officially being enshrined into the Hall.
Ewing poses for a picture alongside President and CEO of the Basketball Hall of Fame, John Doleva.
Ewing stands tall with his class, including, from left to right, Adrian Dantley, Hakeem Olajuwon, Pat Riley, Cathy Rush and Dick Vitale.
Ewing was all smiles throughout the entire day.
Fourteen years removed from an epic battle in the NBA Finals, Ewing and Hakeem Olajuwon share a laugh together moments before being inducted into the Hall of Fame.
The Knicks legend watches as Vitale addresses the crowd at the rally.
Ewing speaks to the masses during the Class of 2008 Pep Rally at City Hall.
Number 33 shows off his Knicks jersey with pride.
Two pillars of the 1994 Finals run smile wide as they were inducted on the same night.
Ewing stands with two of his greatest coaches, Georgetown legend John Thompson and Riley.
Knicks announcer Mike Breen served as master of ceremonies at the enshrinement ceremony.
Ewing couldn't contain his happiness during his induction speech.
The Knicks great graciously thanked everyone who helped him along the way to the Hall of Fame.
"The Big Fella" embraces Thompson, who was more than just a college coach as he served as his mentor.
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