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Mayo, Mavs pull away in 4th, knock off Knicks Updated Nov 21, 2012
O.J. Mayo scored 10 of 27 points over the final six minutes of the third quarter, when Dallas charged ahead, and the Mavericks held on for a 114-111 victory over the New York Knicks on Wednesday night.
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  • Down in Big D: Mavs hand Knicks second loss, 114-111 Nov 21, 2012
    Forget Linsanity. In their final game before meeting Jeremy Lin for the first time since he left New York, the Knicks were done in by the one-time high flying phenomenon known as Vinsanity.
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  • Mavs' Murphy leaves vs. Knicks due to illness Nov 21, 2012
    Mavericks forward Troy Murphy is out of his first start of the season.
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  • Considering the Kidd Factor

    When Jason Kidd, now a Knick, joined his previous teams in Dallas, Phoenix and New Jersey, the result was the same: the teams won a lot more.
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  • Rasheed Wallace Yells "Ball Don't Lie" Because Sheed Likes To Yell Things Nov 21, 2012
    The absolute best conceit in basketball is there is some sort of cosmic justice. If a player makes an undeserved trip to the line on a ticky-tack foul, the telltale ball will betray the shooter. This worked to perfection last night, as Rasheed Wallace-t
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  • Kobe Helps Usher In A New Era; A College Player Scores 138 Points In One Game Nov 21, 2012
    With Mike D’Antoni literally sitting in Phil Jackson‘s old seat (and even walking like him) along the Staples Center sideline, the new Lakers era didn’t exactly start according to plan. They couldn’t make free throws (19-for-37). They couldn’t m
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  • Video - Carmelo Anthony Hits Crazy No-Look Circus Shot 00:23

    Carmelo Anthony Hits Crazy No-Look Circus Shot

    Nov 21
    Carmelo Anthony called for the offensive foul after hitting an unreal circus shot vs. Mavericks
  • Video - Knicks' Comeback Falls Short 02:07

    Knicks' Comeback Falls Short

    Nov 21
    O.J. Mayo scores 27 as Mavericks hand Knicks just their second loss, 114-111.