Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer
Mike "Stinger' Glenn, who played for the Knicks from 1978 to 1981, was given the club's Dick McGuire Legacy Award on Friday. Glenn runs basketball camps for the deaf and hard of hearing. This year is the 40th anniversary of his basketball camp for the deaf and hard of hearing. Over the 39-year history, Glenn's non-profit has included 4,000 athletes and is currently held in Atlanta. His camp is the nation's first for deaf athletes. Glenn's award was presented by Scott McGuire, Dick's son and a former NYK scout.