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Thunder survive Smith's 36 to edge Knicks

Thunder survive Smith's 36 to edge Knicks

ESPN.com nba.com nytimes.com Updated Mar 7, 2013
Kevin Durant had 34 points, including the go-ahead free throws with 1:38 left, and the Oklahoma City Thunder pulled out a 95-94 victory over the New York Knicks on Thursday night.
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  • Durant's Thunder too much for Melo-less Knicks

    Durant's Thunder too much for Melo-less Knicks

    nydailynews.com Mar 7, 2013
    The performance said a lot about the Knicks heart and character but it also said something about their late game execution. The Knicks, playing their fourth game in five nights and without an injured Carmelo Anthony for the second straight game, lost 95…
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  • Woodson says return to Knicks is Melo's call

    Woodson says return to Knicks is Melo's call

    nydailynews.com Mar 7, 2013
    Carmelo Anthony has what Mike Woodson described as “fluid build-up” on his injured right knee and says he's leaving it up to Anthony when to play again. It won't be Wednesday.
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  • Video - Thunder Fight Off Carmelo-Less Knicks 01:27

    Thunder Fight Off Carmelo-Less Knicks

    Mar 7
    With Carmelo Anthony nursing a knee injury, J.R. Smith's 36 points off the bench were not enough as the Knicks came up short against the Thunder 95-94.

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