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Copeland's Strides Give Knicks a New, Improved Look

Copeland's Strides Give Knicks a New, Improved Look

nytimes.com Updated Dec 3, 2012
The Knicks' Chris Copeland is one of the team's few players with a lot of room for improvement and he is making good on it lately.
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  • Knicks road to Miami has Charlotte speed bump

    Knicks road to Miami has Charlotte speed bump

    nydailynews.com Dec 3, 2012
    Another showdown in Miami - one that has a chance to be for the early top spot in the Eastern Conference - awaits the Knicks. But first they must make a stop Wednesday in Charlotte, where the Bobcats (7-8) already have matched their win total from all
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  • Anthony, Durant named conference Players of the Week

    Anthony, Durant named conference Players of the Week

    nba.com Dec 3, 2012
    The New York Knicks' Carmelo Anthony and the Oklahoma City Thunder's Kevin Durant today were named Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week, respectively, for games played Monday, Nov. 26, through Sunday, Dec. 2.
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  • The Lakers Pull A Disappearing Act Against The Magic; The Knick…

    The Lakers Pull A Disappearing Act Against The Magic; The Knicks Are On Fire At Home

    dimemag.com Dec 3, 2012
    All of a sudden, visions of an otherwise forgettable Orlando-Golden State game last season jumped out to us during the Magic’s stunning win over the Lakers in Los Angeles on Sunday night. When it became clear Dwight Howard was going to be fouled by his
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Sports Columnists

  • East Side -- Shorter NBA season unnecessary

    Dec 3
    Shorten the season? There's too much money in an 82-game season, and losing a few games does little to help anyone.
  • West Side - NBA schedule should be 78 games

    Dec 3
    No reason to sit starters if NBA scales back regular season by four games.
  • Lee Jenkins: Magic make it personal by beating, embarrassing Howard in win

    Dec 3
    LOS ANGELES -- One by one, the Orlando Magic walked over to the Lakers bench, and embraced the amiable big man who left them in August. One by one, they chatted with him and laughed with him and showed how much they missed him. And then, one by one, the…