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Amar’e Stoudemire of the Knicks spoke about his rehabilitation from the surgery he had on his right knee three weeks ago.Upvote Share Tweet
Knicks’ Hot Streak Coincides with Smith’snytimes.com Updated Mar 28, 2013J.R. Smith has rarely been as consistent as he has been during the Knicks' winning streak.Upvote Share Tweet
Knicks-Nets Race Heads for Final Stretchnytimes.com Updated Mar 28, 2013The Knicks hold a small lead over the Nets in the Atlantic Division race, but it's not enough to keep them feeling comfortable.Upvote Share Tweet
New York Knicks Streak Watch: Here comes a new challenger!yahoo.com Updated Mar 28, 2013Yeah, the Miami Heat won 27 games in a row. Big deal. They couldn't even win 28 straight, so how good a team are they really? I'll tell you how good: Not good enough to win as many games in a row as the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers, a team to which it is …Upvote Share Tweet
NY Knicks modest six-game winning streak extended with win over Memphis Grizzlies, a contender in WestIt’s not a Miami Heat-sized winning streak, we know that very well. But this is a genuine winning streak now because the Knicks finally had a chance to take out a quality opponent and did exactly that when they held off the Memphis Grizzlies in the finaUpvote Share Tweetdimemag.com Updated Mar 28, 2013Sometimes you just want to see history. We don’t think anyone would confuse us with Miami Heat fans, but yeah, we were rooting for the Heat to win last night. We wanted to see someone break that 33-game record. It’s too bad the schedule dictated theyUpvote Share Tweet
Carmelo Anthony Joins SportsCenterMar 28Carmelo Anthony on the Knicks' resurgence, health and the Heat's historic 27-game winning streak.
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Lee Jenkins: John Wall's resurgence suggests elite play still in futureMar 28OKLAHOMA CITY -- The fellowship of exciting young point guards was established by Chris Paul, Deron Williams and Tony Parker, grew with Derrick Rose, Russell Westbrook and Rajon Rondo, expanded to include Kyrie Irving, Stephen Curry and Damian Lillard, …