The revamped New York Knicks announced their arrival as an Eastern Conference force with a thrilling 91-86 triumph over the Miami Heat yesterday.
There’s a war goin on outside, no man is safe from
You could run but you can’t hide forever…….
Still buzzing from last week’s blockbuster trade for Carmelo Anthony that teamed the high-scoring forward alongside fellow All-Star Amar’e Stoudemire, the Knicks stole the show from Miami’s “Big Three” with a dramatic fourth-quarter rally.
Anthony had a game-high 29 points to outduel LeBron James, who netted 27 but missed a potential game-tying three-pointer in the final seconds.
“I told you when I made this move I wanted to take on new challenges. Tonight was a big challenge for us, a big challenge defensively, but we stood up to that,” Anthony told reporters after winning for the second time in three games since joining the Knicks.
“Everyone gave a great effort and as a result we won the game.” Read More
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