Frazier is the eldest of his nine brothers and sisters.
Frazier was awarded the 1974-1975 NBA All-Star Game MVP.
Frazier played in the NBA for the New York Knicks from 1968-1977 and the Cleveland Cavaliers from 1978-1980.
Frazier was named one of the NBA's 50 Greatest Players of all time in 1996.
Frazier was part of two NBA championship winning teams; 1970 and 1973.
Frazier was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1987.
Frazier was drafted by the New York Knicks in 1967 as the fifth overall pick.
Frazier attended Southern Illinois college.
Frazier attended David Howard High Scool in Atlanta, Georgia.
Frazier's height is 6'4 and his weight is 200 lbs.
Frazier: When you're playing him it's like going through the tunnel of love. All you feel is hands, knees and elbows all over you.
Frazier: The best players I ever saw. The best players I can ever imagine. Oscar Robertson and Jerry West, Wilt Chamberlain, Bill Russell, Elgin Baylor, and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar...These were all players who could dominate the game from their positions, whatever positions they played. At any point, these six could simply take the game over, and change its direction. They could all do many different things...These guys were supermen, and they would have been the best no matter when they played. They not only had incredible natural talent, they worked at it too.
Frazier: This is the golden age of sports.
Frazier: Red always instructed us to hit the open man. That night I was the open man.
Frazier: They have to get along. Marbury wants to win. He came up to me on the plane and pointed to my [1973 championship] ring and said, 'I want what you have.' Besides, the guy has skills; he can get to the basket against anyone.
Frazier: Red would get in your face. But not in the press.