Ewing, Patrick Aloysius
1962 - Born on August 5th in Kingston, Jamaica.
1975 - Ewing played cricket and soccer as a youngster in Jamaica before moving to Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he first played basketball.
1982 - In his freshman year, Ewing led Georgetown to the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) championship game.
1983-1984 - During the season, the team won the NCAA championship for the first time, and Ewing was named the tournament's most valuable player.
1985 - Received the Naismith Award.
- NBA Rookie of the Year for two consecutive years..
1986 - A New York Knicks player.
1990 - Married to Rita Williams on July 27th.
1994 - Ewing went to the NBA Finals for the one and only time, but the Knicks lost to The Houston Rockets.
1997 - Patrick was also elected the President of the Player's Association for a 4-year term.
1998 - He was the front man for the players during the lockout, eventually working a settlement.
2001 - Transfered to Seattle Super Sonics.
2002 - Joined Orlando Magic.
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