Holzman, Red : Jews In Sports @ Virtual Museum

Holzman, Red
Photograph Collection

Autographed photo of Red Holzman, one of the best players of the early NBA, who went on to become one of its greatest coaches.

Source: Leslie Pollack collection

Red Holzman in his playing days with the Rochester Royals, long before he coached the New York Knicks to two world championships (they havenít won one since).

Source: Leslie Pollack collection

Team picture of the 1945-46 Rochester Royals. The Royals won the National Basketball League championship, defeating the Sheboygan Redskins, three games to none, in the championship series. Dutch Garfinkel is in the front row on the far left, and Red Holzman is holding the basketball in the center of the front row.

Source: Jack Garfinkel

Team picture of the 1969-70 NBA champion New York Knicks coached by Red Holzman (top row, far left).

Source: The Jewish Sports Hall of Fame

Collage of the final seconds of the 1970 NBA Finals when the New York Knicks won the first championship in the franchise's history. The Knicks were coached by the legendary Red Holzman.

Source: The Jewish Sports Hall of Fame

Pictures of New York Knick coach Red Holzman, the only Knick coach to ever lead the team to a championship (1970 and 1973).

Source: The Jewish Sports Hall of Fame

Red Holzman, the only man to coach the New York Knicks to the NBA championship.

Source: The Jewish Sports Hall of Fame

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