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Custom Fuel Pizza franchise opened in Harlem by ex-Knicks John Starks and Anthony Mason

CNN anchor Chris Cuomo and Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim are also backing the venture.
By Evan Bleier   |   March 5, 2014 at 3:37 PM   |   Comments

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NEW YORK, March 5 (UPI) -- Former New York Knicks stars John Starks and Anthony Mason have opened up a New York branch of D.C.-based chain Custom Fuel Pizza in Harlem.

The restaurant lets customer create their own pizzas by customizing options like crust, sauce and toppings.


In addition to Starks and Mason, the eatery at Frederick Douglass Boulevard and West 123rd Street also counts CNN anchor Chris Cuomo and Syracuse basketball coach Jim Boeheim as investors.


Starks and Mason were key players on a number of Knicks teams during the ‘90s that regularly competed for the top spot in the Eastern Conference against Reggie Miller’s Indiana Pacers and Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls.




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