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Journeyman Wayne Ellington brings veteran leadership to Knicks


has learned to take little for granted in the NBA since he was a first-round pick by the Minnesota Timberwolves in the 2009 NBA Draft. It began an odyssey throughout the league that has landed him in his latest stop, with the Knicks. In the first hours of free agency the Knicks secured a two-year deal with Ellington, making them his ninth team. (Newsday)

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