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Madison Square Garden owner James Dolan's offseason moves to le…

Madison Square Garden owner James Dolan's offseason moves to let go of Jeremy Lin and sign Raymond Felton are looking good so fa

nydailynews.com Updated Dec 7, 2012
Maybe one of these days James Dolan will get around to explaining his reasons for waving goodbye to Jeremy Lin and signing off on acquiring Raymond Felton.
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  • Knicks star Carmelo question-a-Bull

    Knicks star Carmelo question-a-Bull

    nydailynews.com Dec 7, 2012
    If Carmelo Anthony takes the advice of Tyson Chandler, the Knicks’ defensive leader and pseudo physician, he will miss at least one more game to allow the cut on his left middle finger to heal.
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  • Anthony's Pick-and-Roll Scoring Is Effective but Infrequent

    Anthony's Pick-and-Roll Scoring Is Effective but Infrequent

    nytimes.com Dec 7, 2012
    Carmelo Anthony of the Knicks is having a career year as a shooter, even without exploiting his elite ability as a pick-and-roll scorer.
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  • Rasheed Wallace, Captured In One 56-Second Sequence

    Rasheed Wallace, Captured In One 56-Second Sequence

    deadspin.com Dec 7, 2012
    Perhaps lost in the action of last night's Knicks-Heat game was the sequence you see above. Nothing all that exciting happens in these 56 seconds, but they do offer a glimpse at just how wonderfully out of shape and unable to give a fuck Rasheed Wallace…
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  • Melo questionable for Saturday against Chicago

    Melo questionable for Saturday against Chicago

    ESPN.com Dec 7, 2012
    Carmelo Anthony's status for the New York Knicks' game against the Chicago Bulls on Saturday is uncertain due to a laceration on the middle finger of his left hand.
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  • The Misfit Knicks Stole The Show Last Night

    The Misfit Knicks Stole The Show Last Night

    There were two things that were remarkable about last night's New York-Miami game, a 112-92 victory for the antique Knicks. The first, predictably, was LeBron James, who put up 18 points, five rebounds, and seven assists in the first two quarters-a perf
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  • TNT’s Marv Albert gave us a shoutout while talking about Rashee…

    TNT’s Marv Albert gave us a shoutout while talking about Rasheed Wallace’s technicals (VIDEO)

    yahoo.com Dec 7, 2012
    We loved it when Rasheed Wallace dusted off his time-honored catchphrase against the New Orleans Hornets a couple of weeks back. We thought it a little absurd - but perhaps appropriately so; it's Sheed, after all - when the New York Knicks big man was
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  • Raymond Felton And Steve Novak Deep-Six The Heat; Latest Pau Ga…

    Raymond Felton And Steve Novak Deep-Six The Heat; Latest Pau Gasol Trade Rumors Pair Him With Kevin Love

    dimemag.com Dec 7, 2012
    Holy three-point shooting, Knicks. Of all the places to go on a heat check that lasted a whole half, the Heat’s own court was the backdrop of New York’s statement win Thursday night by handing LeBron, Wade and Bosh their worst home loss together, 112-
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  • We Went There: Knicks-Heat in Miami

    We Went There: Knicks-Heat in Miami

    grantland.com Dec 7, 2012
    For most of the year, Miami is for Lamborghini-driving Argentines and frat bros with barbed-wire tats at Wet Willie's. But for a brief, fragile window...
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  • Video - Fluke Performance? 05:57

    Fluke Performance?

    Dec 7
    Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless debate whether the Knicks' win over the Heat was a fluke.

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