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Topic - Lenny Wilkens
Pat Riley was walking out of Chuck Daly's hospital room in 2009, got to the doorway and turned around for another word from his longtime colleague, rival and friend.
Willie Mays and NBA Hall of Famers Willis Reed and Lenny Wilkens were honored Monday by the Memphis Grizzlies on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
"We need to keep in mind, especially for our young people, that the dream is happening, but we need to keep it going," Wilkens said.
"Going through the museum stirred a lot of emotion because we were all aware of all the things that were happening at the time," Wilkens said. "You kind of relive history again ... I experienced a lot of those things that happened to people back then."