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Amar'e Stoudemire scored 22 points, J.R. Smith added 18 and the New York Knicks overcame a 22-point deficit without All-Star Carmelo Anthony to beat the Cavaliers 102-97 on Monday night, ending a 10-game losing streak in Cleveland.Share Tweet
Carmelo Anthony fell and it was Amar’e Stoudemire who got up. The Knicks rallied from a 22-point second quarter deficit to defeat the woeful Cleveland Cavaliers 102-97 despite Anthony injuring his right knee and spending the last 31 minutes in the lockeShare TweetAll-Star point guard Kyrie Irving returned after missing three games, but the Cleveland Cavaliers were without two starters -- and their trainer -- for Monday night's game against the New York Knicks.Share TweetCNNSI.com Mar 4, 2013LeBron James' versatility has been on display during Miami's winning streak. It's fair to wonder: Where does James rank among the all-around greats? Jack McCallum investigates.Share Tweet
Best N.B.A. Games of the Weeknytimes.com Mar 4, 2013The best N.B.A. games of the week include the Thunder at Knicks, Grizzlies at Cavaliers and Rockets at Warriors.Share Tweet
Amazing Photo: Look at How High LeBron James Gets on This Alley Oop Attemptdimemag.com Mar 4, 2013Did you watch the Heat/Knicks game on National TV yesterday? There was a play in the second half where LeBron James went up to catch a fast break alley oop. The only Knick back was J.R. Smith, who not wanting to get caught under an atomic dunk, went up …Share Tweet
O'Connor: Knicks may never topple King JamesESPN.com Mar 4, 2013LeBron owned Madison Square Garden on Sunday, just like MJ did in years pastShare Tweet
LeBron’s Giant Half Beats The Knicks; Kobe And The Lakers Scramble Back Into the Picturedimemag.com Mar 4, 2013For the second time of the second half Sunday at Madison Square Garden, J.R. Smith passed the ball a little too casually from above the three-point line, allowing LeBron James to intercept it. The first time, about 16 game minutes earlier, LBJ went to t…Share Tweet
Knicks Overcome Carmelo Injury, 22-Point DeficitMar 4Despite Carmelo Anthony exiting in the second quarter with a knee injury, the Knicks erase a 22-point deficit to win in Cleveland for the first time since 2006.
NBA Analytics That MatterMar 4The 2013 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference had a focus on convincing powerbrokers to try new things. In this TrueHoop TV, Blazers GM Neil Olshey hears a stat-based pitch -- to shoot more 3s late in games -- from UCSD economist Matt Goldman.