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Knicks romp Heat at Garden

Knicks romp Heat at Garden

Carmelo Anthony had 30 points and 10 rebounds, and the Knicks gave suffering New Yorkers something to cheer with a 104-84 victory over the Miami Heat in their storm-delayed season opener Friday night.
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  • Knick Knockout: The Knicks' delayed season opener was worth the…

    Knick Knockout: The Knicks' delayed season opener was worth the w…

    CNNSI.com Nov 2, 2012
    The Knicks' delayed season opener was worth the wait for Carmelo Anthony. 'Melo chipped in 30 points as New York sunk defending champ Miami 104-84 at Madison Square Garden.
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  • Wade thinks Sandy should have postponed Knicks-Heat

    Wade thinks Sandy should have postponed Knicks-Heat

    nydailynews.com Nov 2, 2012
    Dwyane Wade went from putting his foot — or more specifically, his tweet — in his mouth to being a voice of dissent, when the Heat guard expressed his disagreement with the Knicks and Heat playing Friday night in the wake of Hurricane Sandy ravaging t
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  • Dwyane Wade thinks Heat/Knicks should’ve been postponed due to …

    Dwyane Wade thinks Heat/Knicks should’ve been postponed due to Hurricane Sandy, will donate game check to relief efforts

    yahoo.com Nov 2, 2012
    Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade briefly found himself in some hot water on Thursday evening when, after a three-hour bus trip from Newark, N.J., into New York, where his Heat were staying ahead of their scheduled game against the New York Knicks on Friday n…
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  • Wade no fan of Heat-Knicks being played

    Wade no fan of Heat-Knicks being played

    ESPN.com Nov 2, 2012
    In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, Heat guard Dwyane Wade says it's not appropriate for Friday's game between Miami and the New York Knicks to go on.
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  • Wade Opposes Knicks Game but Sees Benefits

    Wade Opposes Knicks Game but Sees Benefits

    nytimes.com Nov 2, 2012
    Dwayne Wade and Miami Heat players expressed reservations about playing in New York so soon after Hurricane Sandy, but they said they hoped Friday's game would provide a welcomed diversion.
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  • Video - Knicks-Heat Preview 02:37

    Knicks-Heat Preview

    Nov 2
    ESPN NBA analyst Mike Breen previews the Friday night matchup between the Heat and the Knicks.
  • Video - It's Time For Carmelo 01:38

    It's Time For Carmelo

    Nov 2
    Stephen A. Smith previews showdown between Heat and Knicks.
  • Video - Highlight Of The Night 02:12

    Highlight Of The Night

    Nov 2
    Knicks, Carmelo Anthony provide lift to city of New York with 20-point win over Heat.
  • Video - Hurricane Sandy Doesn't Stop Knicks 01:06

    Hurricane Sandy Doesn't Stop Knicks

    Nov 2
    Carmelo Anthony drops 30 points and 10 boards in Knicks' 20-point win over Heat.

Sports Columnists

  • Eric Gordon of New Orleans Hornets offered surgery as potential remedy for…

    Nov 2
    Microfracture surgery has been presented as one of a number of potential remedies for New Orleans Hornets guard Eric Gordon, according to sources with knowledge of the situation.
  • 5-on-5: Battle of Los Angeles

    Nov 2
    Our writers preview the Clippers-Lakers matchup.
  • Ian Thomsen: Thunder must plan future without Harden after loss to Spurs

    Nov 2
    Can Oklahoma City return to the NBA Finals without James Harden? The first impressions weren't promising, as Harden scored 37 to win his debut with the Rockets and the Thunder were ineffective offensively during their 86-84 loss Thursday at San Antonio.
  • Breaking down the contrary views of Michael Vick

    Nov 2
    Unknowable. Infuriating. Impossible to pigeonhole. Is there any way to define the legacy of the Eagles $100 million quarterback?