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Pacers, Led By Stephenson, Beat The Heat in Game Four

Published on: 29th May, 2013

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Stephenson scored 20 and locked up James on defense  | read this item

New York – The Indiana Pacers rode the hot shooting of Roy Hibbert and Lance Stephenson to a 99-92 win over the Miami Heat to tie the NBA’s Eastern Conference Finals at two games apiece. The Pacers held the Heat’s “Big Three” of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh to a combined 14 for […]

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The Great Roger Brown Elected to Basketball Hall Of Fame

Published on: 16th February, 2013

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The Great Roger Brown Elected to Basketball Hall Of Fame  | read this item

Slowly but surely, the proud ABA history of the Indiana Pacers is getting recognized by the NBA. A year after Mel Daniels was elected to the league’s Hall of Fame for his contributions to the league, forward Roger Brown was today elected to the NBA’s Hall of Fame. He went in as the ABA’s “direct-elect” […]

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LINSANITY AGAIN, AS JEREMY DOMINATES KNICKS AT MSG

Published on: 18th December, 2012

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LINSANITY AGAIN, AS JEREMY DOMINATES KNICKS AT MSG  | read this item

NEW YORK – It seemed like old times tonight at Madison Square Garden when the Houston Rockets came into New York to play the Eastern Conference-leading New York Knicks. In what has so far, been a wondrous season for the Knicks, with their 18-5 record and their undefeated status at home (10-0), the one thing […]

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Lin To Undergo Knee Surgery This Week, Season Looks To Be Over

Published on: 1st April, 2012

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Lin To Undergo Knee Surgery This Week, Season Looks To Be Over  | read this item

New York – The Jeremy Lin era is over. For now, anyway. With the announcement before tonight’s Knicks-Cavs game that the point guard will be undergoing surgery on his injured left knee sometime next week, the Knicks have lost their main catalyst and the unassuming author of Linsanity, the phenomenon that took the world by […]

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Knicks Begin To Hit the “Crisis” Stage After Another Home Loss to Lowly Suns

Published on: 19th January, 2012

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Knicks Begin To Hit the "Crisis" Stage After Another Home Loss to Lowly Suns  | read this item

NEW YORK — Steve Nash provided the beautiful point guard play that once made Mike D’Antoni’s offense hum and now is sorely lacking. Then, Shannon Brown crushed the Knicks with a 3-pointer that nearly bounced over the basket before bouncing in, a shot as ugly as this game. “Probably about par for the course,” Phoenix […]

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Knicks’ Offense Continues To Struggle In Win Over Charlotte

Published on: 10th January, 2012

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Knicks' Offense Continues To Struggle In Win Over Charlotte

New York Knicks forward Amare Stoudemire (1) goes up over Charlotte Bobcats forward Boris Diaw (32) as Bobcats forward D.J. White watches from the floor in the first half of an NBA basketball game at Madison Square Garden in New York, Monday, Jan. 9, 2012. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)  | read this item

NEW YORK  – Carmelo Anthony spent all night watching his shot spin out, except for the times it was Amare Stoudemire’s turn to miss. But Anthony knew when it was close at the end, somebody would make a play. And he was one, making the tiebreaking basket with 2:39 left and scoring 22 points as […]

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Knicks’ Record S.A.D. (Since Anthony Deal) Makes Fans Sad

Published on: 25th March, 2011

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Knicks' Record S.A.D. (Since Anthony Deal) Makes Fans Sad  | read this item

New York — The hype is now over. The bloom is off the rose for the New York Knickerbockers. THE TRADE was made, the Knicks got their man in Carmelo Anthony. And what has happened in the month since Jim Dolan rocked the basketball world with his enormous mid-season deal? Well, put it this way. […]

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Knicks’ Douglas Outplays Paul in Battle of Future Knicks Point Guards

Published on: 3rd March, 2011

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Knicks' Douglas Outplays Paul in Battle of Future Knicks Point Guards

epa02083535 Boston Celtics guard Rajon Rondo (L) reaches for the ball from New York Knicks guard Toney Douglas (R) in the first quarter at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, USA 17 March 2010. EPA/CJ GUNTHER CORBIS OUT  | read this item

New York – It hasn’t been the easiest of seasons or careers for Toney Douglas, the Knicks backup point guard. Since being drafted by the Knicks in 2009, Douglas, not a true point guard but more of an energy guy with defensive skills has been trying to prove to his teammates and coaches that he […]

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Knicks Make A Huge Statement With Win Over Spurs

Published on: 5th January, 2011

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Knicks Make A Huge Statement With Win Over Spurs  | read this item

New York – If there was a doubt whether the New York Knickerbockers deserved to be mentioned in any conversation about the NBA’s elite teams, tonight’s victory over the San Antonio Spurs may have dispelled it.  In a Knicks season filled with statement victories as well as some recent reality checks in losses to Miami […]

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Knicks Starting To Hit Their Stride, Go Over .500

Published on: 1st December, 2010

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Knicks Starting To Hit Their Stride, Go Over .500   | read this item

NEW YORK — It turned into one of those old-fashioned shoot-outs tonight between the big men of each team. In the end, it was Sheriff Amar’e Stoudemire who showed the young gun-slinger, Brook Lopez, how to win the game. Stoudemire scored 35 points and the Knicks broke open a close game right after New Jersey […]

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