Patrick Ewing became one of first college players to start and star on the varsity team as a freshman. He leading his Georgetown Hoyas to an NCAA Championship in 1982. Ewing was considered one of the best college basketball players of his era, as Georgetown reached the championship game of the NCAA tournament three out of his four years. He was also a first-team All-American. He was NCAA’s Most Outstanding Player in 1984, and he received the Naismith College Player of the Year award and the Adolph Rupp Trophy in 1985.
The first Patric Ewing appearance in the NBA was with the New York Knicks in 1985, and he was named Rookie of the Year despite injuries. Soon after, he was considered one of the premier centers in the league. Ewing’s successful career included eleven NBA All-Stars appearances and one All-NBA First Team appearance. He also became a member of the All-NBA Second team six times and was named to the NBA All-Defensive Second Team three times.
In addition to his NBA accolades, Ewing was a member of the original Dream Team at the 1992 Olympic Games, winning a second gold medal, the first coming in the 1984 Olympics.
**Patrick Ewing Speaker**
Patrick Ewing speakers topics will no doubt center around his storied basketball career. In 1996, Ewing was honored as one of the 50 greatest players in NBA history. He has also been elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame as a member of the class of 2008.
**Patrick Ewing Appearance**
Although the basketball court is the most obvious place to find Patrick Ewing, a Patrick Ewing appearance on television is not entirely uncommon. He joined the cast of 1996 movie Space Jam as himself, the Angel of Death in the film Exorcist III, as well as a brief appearance in the movie Senseless. Ewing also made cameos as himself in the sitcoms Spin City, Herman’s Head, Mad About You and Webster.
**Patrick Ewing Endorsement**
As one of the most recognizable names in basketball history, a Patrick Ewing endorsement carries with it a prestige and credibility few other athletes can match. In 1999, Ewing became the 10th player in NBA history to record 22,000 points and 10,000 rebounds. In 1993 he led the NBA with 789 defensive rebounds. He was top 10 in field goal percentage eight times, top 10 in rebounds per game as well as total rebounds eight times, top 10 in points, as well as points per game eight times, and top 10 in blocks per game for 13 years.
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