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Former Knicks exec Donnie Walsh has no regrets


, after spending a summer in Indianapolis relaxing with his family, has no regrets on his decision to pass on Knicks owner James Dolan's contract extension to run the franchise. Last night, Walsh, 70, was back in Manhattan, looking dapper as the Bronx native was inducted into the New York City Basketball Hall of Fame at the New York Athletic Club. (New York Post)

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