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From John Starks’ headbutt to Reggie Miller’s choke sign to Larry Johnson’s four-point play, the Pacers emerged as every bit the rivals for the Knicks of the 1990s as Michael Jordan and the Bulls.
Share TweetNew York Knicks coach Mike Woodson has targeted Game 3 of the Knicks-Pacers series as the target date for Amar'e Stoudemire's return.Source: ESPN.com
Melo: Shoulder 'popped in and out' in Game 6Updated May 4 Share TweetCarmelo Anthony said that his left arm "popped in and out" of his troublesome left shoulder late in the Knicks' Game 6 win over the Celtics.Source: ESPN.comShare TweetIt almost didn't happen (again), but the Knicks were able to hold off an increasingly uncomfortable fourth-quarter comeback from Boston to advance past the first round of playoffs for the first time in more than a decade.Read more...Share TweetThe Knicks' 88-80 Game 6 win ended Boston's season, but it didn't diminish all Kevin Garnett's Celtics accomplished in the series or in six years together writes Ian Thomsen.Source: CNNSI.com
San Antonio Spurs vs. Golden State Warriors previewMay 4Our 5-on-5 panel breaks down the Western Conference semifinals matchup between the Spurs and Warriors.
Ian Thomsen: In defeat, Kevin Garnett and Celtics show resilience to the e…May 4BOSTON -- The Knicks won the series, but they lost the war. They were on top Friday at the final buzzer, 88-80, to move on to the second round after six revealing games. But they weren't going to receive the credit for putting an end to the Celtics' run…
Lee Jenkins: Clippers' first-round loss opens door to uncertain future for…May 4Some NBA rules are widely acknowledged but rarely enforced, and one of them has to do with where perimeter players can stand during free throws. Unless positioned along the key, they are supposed to remain beyond the three-point line, yet many keep at l…