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    Default Cavs @ Knicks 4-3-11: This..Is..New York!!!!


    Presents: This..Is..New York!!!!

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    How much longer do we let these horrid trespassers from nowhere dominate us like a She-Male to Slim Chin? A wise man once spoke to me, he said,"Use not your exit for an entrance...Though if you are imprisoned with those like you, you may use that what sticks out to enter their exits." I don't know exactly what that means, but no more loosing to CLEVELAND!


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    The [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] are moving closer to a playoff spot, but they are also looking to gain a measure of revenge against the NBA’s worst team on Sunday night.
    The Knicks will try to end an 11-game skid against the visiting [Only registered and activated users can see links. ], which includes two losses since acquiring [Only registered and activated users can see links. ][Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
    New York (37-38) has a magic number of two over Charlotte to secure its first playoff berth in seven seasons. The Knicks could clinch Sunday with a victory and a loss by the Bobcats to Washington.
    Cleveland (15-60) hasn’t presented a challenge to many opponents after the departure of [Only registered and activated users can see links. ][Only registered and activated users can see links. ], but three of its victories have been against New York. Anthony has played in the last two meetings, but his averages of 28.0 points and 6.5 boards have not helped deliver a win - nor have [Only registered and activated users can see links. ][Only registered and activated users can see links. ] 31.7 points per game and 10.3 rebounds per game in the three losses.
    “That’s another big game for us,” Anthony said. “Coming down the stretch, all of these games are big for us.
    “Cleveland is a team we’ve been struggling with. For whatever reason it is, we’ve been struggling with them. We just want to redeem ourselves come Sunday.”
    The Knicks have gained confidence by opening this four-game homestand with consecutive victories after a six-game slide. Anthony has scored 39 points in each win, including Wednesday’s 120-116 victory over New Jersey.
    “It feels good, especially right now, the time that it’s happening,” Anthony said. “Must-win situations, games that we really need coming down the stretch, getting into the playoffs, it’s almost perfect timing for me to get into a groove like that.”
    Knicks coach Mike D’Antoni is concerned that his team has allowed 65 free-throw attempts in the victories. Cleveland has averaged 31.0 against New York this season.
    “Somehow we’ve got to find a way to keep the intensity, defend it well, rebound it and not foul,” D’Antoni said. “And if you do that, then you’ve become a pretty good defensive team.”
    The Cavaliers come to Madison Square Garden with a 5-32 road record after a 115-107 loss at Washington on Friday. They shot 53.8 percent over their previous two games before finishing at 46.3 percent against the short-handed Wizards, who were without starters [Only registered and activated users can see links. ][Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and [Only registered and activated users can see links. ][Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
    [Only registered and activated users can see links. ][Only registered and activated users can see links. ] had 21 points and 10 rebounds, but blamed himself since the Wizards’ [Only registered and activated users can see links. ][Only registered and activated users can see links. ] had 36 points and 19 boards.
    “I think I’m the reason we lost tonight, but I guarantee you it won’t happen again,” said Hickson, averaging 23.5 points and 11.5 rebounds in his two starts against New York this season.
    The Knicks have had trouble defending big men since acquiring Anthony, and went to a more muscular starting lineup Wednesday by inserting [Only registered and activated users can see links. ][Only registered and activated users can see links. ] in place of [Only registered and activated users can see links. ][Only registered and activated users can see links. ]. Shelden Williams was effective, making all three of his shots for six points and helping defend the Nets’ [Only registered and activated users can see links. ][Only registered and activated users can see links. ].
    “Shelden’s been playing great these last couple games,” Anthony said. “(He’s) another big body, playing against Dwight (Howard), playing against Lopez. He’s really helping us out down in the paint.”


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    The last win capped an exhausting 18-game month for the Knicks, who finished 7-11 in March. It was the first time since Jan. 2003 that the Knicks have played a month that saw 18 games (they went 10-8 that year) and it was only the second time in franchise history that they have played 18 games in the first 30 days of March. The first time was during the lockout-shortened 1998-99 season and the Knicks went 9-9 in the month. The franchise also had an 18-game month of March in 1998, but the 18th game was played on March 31.
    Prediction:
    NYK Wins 102-89

    Knick Quote Of The Night:
    "Intensity takes care of a lot of things. You can't scheme your way out of a lack of focus or a lack of intensity."
    —Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni, on the adjustment his team needed to make in the second half against the Nets.

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    I don't care if we don't have a big man worth a crap...we need to win this game. Give Sheldon some minutes and lets win it

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    We're going to need some type of inside presence defensively to win tonights game. Hopefully MOA realizes this and gives Sheldon (Turiaf?) some decent PT...

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    And people wanna question why Amare has made it known why he's been tired? The proof is right there in the OP. 18 games played in the month of March. Thank god March is a thing of the past.

    This is a must win for this team trying to gain confidence & momentum heading into the playoffs. Getting back to .500 tonight is extremely important for our chances of heading into the playoffs as a winning team.

    I wanna see us whipe the floor & dominate the Cavs by 20+ tonight. I'll accept any type of win though. I'll take a 87-86 victory. I'll accept a 142-141 victory... I just wanna see us beat this Cavs team & I could care less how we do it. I'll take an ugly win over a sexy loss any day of the week & twice during the playoffs.

    A win tonight won't erase the fact that we've lost 3 times to the worst team in basketball, but a victory tonight would become a step in the right dirrection; beating the teams we're expected to beat because it's no secret we can compete & contend against any Eastern Conf contender.

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    Originally Posted by KnicksFanFromQueens1985

    A win tonight won't erase the fact that we've lost 3 times to the worst team in basketball, but a victory tonight would become a step in the right dirrection; beating the teams we're expected to beat because it's no secret we can compete & contend against any Eastern Conf contender.
    Dude, I appreciate the enthusiasm. But get real bro, or you just come off like a clueless cheerleader. The season's almost over and we're 1 game over 500.

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    Originally Posted by HarshMello
    Dude, I appreciate the enthusiasm. But get real bro, or you just come off like a clueless cheerleader. The season's almost over and we're 1 game over 500.
    Uh hello newbie this is another CLASSIC KO.COM GAME THREAD(props to LA2NY) and that means cheerleading. We need this game in the worst way and you know they thuggin' in Cleveland. We all know this is a .500 team, but I had us winning 30 games this season, instead we are in playoff contention and just added MELO to the MIX. Let's just say I'm giddy as a schoolgirl on prom night and have more hope for this team than I've had in a decade. Getting ready to head to the spot to watch the game.... Knicks t-shirt... check...wristbands....check....70's classic cool clyde Puma's....check....

    GO KNICKS!!!!!

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    Better ****ing win this **** at all cost!

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    Denver Knicks doing well in LA right now...

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    The Knicks haven't competed with the top Eastern Conf teams this year?

    Knicks have competed with CHI this year. 2 W's right?

    We've competed with BOS. You failed to watch that could have been game winner from Amare? Guess so. You failed to hear Pierce state on National TV, that the Knicks are legit & will compete until the end after the game?

    We've competed with the Hawks.

    We've competed against Miami. Did you not see us beat em with Melo? lol

    The only Eastern Conf playoff team that has dominated us is ORL & we just beat those guys.

    Oh well... Think what you think. Only time will tell but I love this Knicks franchise & love the current potential & future of this team. Lets whipe the floor with Cleveland & beat them by 30 tonight. 10 points for every 3 L's.

    Carmelo goes off for 50 & the Knicks win by 30+ tonight. We should head into the half up 20. Knicks prove their too much for the Cavs tonight & get back to .500 before beating down Toronto.

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    lmao Davis thinks there is a major rivalry building between the Cavs and Knicks??? Cavs are too irrelevant to have a rivalry with anyone anymore.

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    Landry Field smh

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    I peeeped that too.. Lol at a rivalry between the Knicks and cavs..

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    WOW Landry!!! Grant hill drinks sprite. lol Billups perculating again.......

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    I don't like the idea of the Cavs sticking with us here in the 1st... Lets run away with this one Knicks!

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    Nice nice nice nice!

    Nice ball movement, unselfish play, quick pace, defensive effort even though our defense sucked so far we have been active.

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