• Shorthanded Knicks no match for Clippers

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Mar 17, 2013
    The only people who can match that are those two guys.” If that’s the case, the Knicks should hope that the Jazz react much the same way the Clippers did for a half. Without Carmelo Anthony, Tyson Chandler and Amar'e Stoudemire, the New York Knicks are hardly a team that should present many problems for the Los Angeles Clippers. “They couldn’t keep up with our big guys,” said Jamal Crawford, the ex-Knick who now is an integral part of the Clippers’ success as their sixth man. There was no questioning the ...
    • Paul, Clippers torch injury-depleted Knicks

      Chris Paul had 20 points and eight assists, Caron Butler added 14 points, and the Los Angeles Clippers beat the injury-depleted New York Knicks 93-80 Sunday in a meeting of division leaders.
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Lawrence: Knicks' big men come up small

    The Kings, playing in the second game at Staples Center on Sunday, would have been more the Knicks’ speed. Mike Woodson’s team, however, had no choice but to take on the Clippers’ high flyers in the opener because that’s what the schedule-maker ca
  • Clippers Whip Knicks, but Martin Remains Unimpressed

    The Clippers did not re-sign Kenyon Martin after last season, and despite their 93-80 win Sunday, he says their style still is not made for the playoffs.
    Source: nytimes.com

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