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Ray Williams (13) of New York Knicks moves (Credit: UPI/)

Ray Williams (13) of New York Knicks moves down the court as Pete Marcvich (7) and James Hardy (11) and other New Orleans Jazz player try to close in during their NBA game Thursday night in the Louisiana Superdome. (Oct. 27, 1978)

Ray Williams

Former Knicks captain Ray Williams.

Ray Williams (13) of New York Knicks moves
(Credit: UPI/)

Ray Williams (13) of New York Knicks moves down the court as Pete Marcvich (7) and James Hardy (11) and other New Orleans Jazz player try to close in during their NBA game Thursday night in the Louisiana Superdome. (Oct. 27, 1978)

Ray Williams (13) of New York, scores tow
(Credit: UPI)

Ray Williams (13) of New York, scores tow points, after stealing the ball away from Geoff Huston (foreground) of Cleveland. (Feb. 12, 1981)

Former Knick Ray Williams, once homeless and living
(Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy)

Former Knick Ray Williams, once homeless and living inside a car in Florida, stands inside the place where it all began at the 4th Street Playground in Mount Vernon. (Feb. 3, 2011)

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Former Knick Ray Williams now living in Mount
(Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy)

Former Knick Ray Williams now living in Mount Vernon talks about his playing days and days spent while homeless in Florida. (Feb. 3, 2011)

Former Knick Ray Williams now living in Mount
(Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy)

Former Knick Ray Williams now living in Mount Vernon talks about his playing days and days spent while homeless in Florida. (Feb. 3, 2011)

Former Knick Ray Williams now living in Mount
(Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy)

Former Knick Ray Williams now living in Mount Vernon talks about his playing days and days spent while homeless in Florida. (Feb. 3, 2011)

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