• Knicks ‘ready’ to get payback in Brooklyn

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Dec 10, 2012
    That's why he has been pushing his teammates to place value on games such as Tuesday's in Brooklyn. It will not be the first time the Knicks make the short jaunt to Brooklyn, but that does not take away all of the luster from Tuesday’s rematch at Barclays Center. The Knicks notably didn’t have former Nets star Jason Kidd with them that night, as the veteran guard missed his first of four games with back spasms before returning last week on the road. After the game, Steve Novak labeled Kidd “a difference-maker,” Chandler called him “unbelievable” and Raymond Felton, whom Kidd replaced at the point in the fourth quarter, said the 10-time All-Star is “by far a Hall of Famer and one of the best point guards ever.”
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