By Stephen Lorenzo

The Knicks might have had the Kings on their minds Wednesday night, but couldn’t help noticing the Big Apple’s biggest story that broke earlier in the day.

Knicks assistant GM Allan Houston also commented on the retirement, considering it “an honor to have played and been a part of New York sports during his era.”

“To be able to (retire) and still be on your own terms and be able to look back on your career and have the humility, to do that I think says a lot about him and his legacy to be one of the best in all of sports,” Houston told the News. “Just to not see him is going to be… there is going to be a void.”

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