Knicks Need A Yesss! Man

For more than 35 years, MARV ALBERT has been the voice of the New York Knicks. Last week he said he was quitting his job as play-by-play man for the Madison Square Garden Network. His bosses were reportedly displeased with paying him $2 million a year for frank and often, ahem, biting commentary on an ailing team. The network characterizes the parting as amicable, but according to Albert's agent and longtime friend, Evan Bell, "[Marv is] sorry to leave. He loves the Knicks. He loves the Garden. He was put in a position where his journalistic integrity was more important than...

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