Ewing led the Georgetown Hoyas to the NCAA Finals three times, and won the NCAA Championship in his junior year.
Ewing was named the Final Four Most Outstanding Player as a junior and also as a senior.
Ewing has his jersey number 33 retired on February 28, 2003 at Madison Square Garden.
Ewing wore jerseys number 33 and 6 throughout his career.
Ewing was a member of the 1992 Olympic Dream Team.
Ewing was given the Naismith College Player of the Year award in 1985.
Ewing was named NCAA Basketball Tournament Most Outstanding Player in 1984.
Ewing played for the New York Knicks from 1985-2000, the Seattle SuperSonics from 2000-2001, and the Orlando Magic from 2001-2002.
Ewing was named NBA Rookie of the Year in 1986.
Ewing was the first overall draft pick in the 1985 NBA, picked by the New York Knicks.
Ewing played cricket and soccer in Jamaica before moving to America.
Ewing played the position of center while in the NBA.
Ewing was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame on April 7th, 2008.
Ewing was chosen as one of the fifty greatest players in the NBA of all time.
Ewing was honored for the 16th greatest college player of all time, by ESPN.
Ewing is currently an assistant coach for the Orlando Magic.
Ewing scored a career total of 24,815 points.
Ewing was Naismith College Player of the Year in 1985.
Ewing arrived in America at the age of 13.
Ewing: I positively, positively, positively want to play. I've got everything else so why not a gold medal? I want to play.
Ewing: We feel that we are fighting for our lives and our livelihoods.
Ewing: Everybody keeps telling me how surprised they are with what I've done. But I'm telling you honestly that it doesn't surprise me. I knew I could do it.
Ewing: Whenever my body heals and the pain and all the swelling goes away is when I'll be ready.
Ewing: I think the people here in New York appreciated what I brought to the table, and they showed it when I retired by the way they came out and supported me, and it meant a lot to me. It made me feel like I am a part of this city, and I will remain a part of this city.
Ewing: Sure NBA players make a lot of money, but we spend a lot too.