Walt "Clyde" Frazier is a Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame guard who was a key member of the New York Knicks' only two NBA Championship teams - 1970 and 1973. Offered is a circa 2010 season ticket giveaway, a Frazier-signed section of wooden floorboard, possibly from a basketball floor at Madison Square Garden. Frazier played in the NBA for the New York Knicks (1967-77) and the Cleveland Cavaliers (1977-79). He was a 7-time NBA All-Star, a 7-time All-Defensive Team member, and a member of both the NBA's 50th and 75th Anniversary Teams. Frazier was an outstanding all-around player who could score, pass the ball, rebound, and shut down his opponent on defense. For his career, he averaged 18.9 PPG, 5.9 TRB, and 6.1 APG. He is currently a broadcaster of Knicks' games. The section of floorboard measures 4.25x6". It is 1.25" thick. One small section of the interlocking wood has come unglued. It still fits snugly and could be glued again in its original place. The floorboard shows great wear, and small sections of paint or shellac have rubbed off. In addition, there may have at one time been paper glued to the top of the wood, and this paper is mostly gone, but intact in small areas. The floorboard slots into a ceramic display holder that is 7.6" in diameter. Printed on the display holder is a Knicks logo and "Knicks Season Subscriber." The display holder has a few tiny chips but is in overall very good condition. The signed floorboard and its holder together weigh 34.4 ounces. Frazier has signed the item, using a black marker, as "Walt Frazier 'Clyde.'" The Frazier-signed section of floorboard makes an outstanding remembrance of Frazier's glory years with the New York Knicks.