• Smith powers streaking Knicks past Bobcats

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Mar 30, 2013
    Smith said after the Knicks defeated Jordan’s Bobcats. Instead, the Charlotte Bobcats presented the perfect opportunity for the Knicks to extend the NBA’s longest active winning streak to seven and pad their stats at the same time. Smith scored 37 points, his third consecutive 30-point outing, and the New York Knicks beat the Charlotte Bobcats 111-102 on Friday night for their season-high seventh straight victory. "He is focused. He is dialed in. They’ve won seven straight, though, and what is happening with Smith may mean a great deal if he consistently becomes the Knicks’ second primary scorer, complementing Anthony in April and May. He’s scoring inside, keeping defenders honest with his drives and giving himself some space to drain the long jumpers on the perimeter.
    Source: ESPN.com
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      Carmelo Anthony has played alongside J.R. Smith long enough now to know these hot streaks can arrive in a hurry, and depart just as quickly.
  • Minus Chandler, Knicks top Bobcats for 7th straight win

    Minus Chandler, Knicks top Bobcats for 7th straight win
    Source: CNNSI.com
  • Swish City: J.R. scores 37 to extend Knicks' streak to 7

    Michael Jordan the player would use Madison Square Garden as his personal playground and torment the Knicks whenever he came to town.

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