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    Last 2 times we started 5-0;
    1972-73 Win Finals
    1993-94 Lose Finals

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    Originally Posted by bigapple
    if we win @ Spurs there will be a much more louder about Knicks
    Spurs will be a big test for us

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    if Knicks hit more than 9 treys

    Felton will play like Kidd

    Chandler wont play [like fox sport orlando dude said "nightmare D game"]

    More asists from Melo

    JR just like vs magic

    something from Sheed

    Spurs can be in trouble just like they get doomed by Clippers


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    Default November 14 1954 Box Score!

    This is all i could come up with for today:


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    Default November 15, 1992

    Herb Williams signs with the Knicks as a free agent after 11 seasons with Indiana and Dallas.





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    Default November 16 1993

    Knicks win a club record seventh straight game to start the season with a 103-90 victory at Dallas.



    Let's Hope History Repeats Itself!

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    Default November 17,1996

    The Knicks edge out the T'wolves 82-79 after struggling against them throughout most of the game. They were led by Patrick Ewing's 26 pts and 15 rebounds and improved to a record of 7-2.

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    The Knicks committed 27 turnovers in that game. The 2012-13 couldn't even commit that number of turnovers in 3 games combined. But it was a different game of basketball back then.

    Mike Woodson is playing the role of Jeff Van Gundy, Melo is playing the role of Patrick Ewing, and JR Smith is playing the role of John Starks.

    We all know how the '96-97 season ended for the Knicks.

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    Default November 18,1990




    Knicks blow out the reigning champion 76ers at MSG 106-79. They found a way to shut down Charles Barkley on the defensive end. And were led by Mark Jackson and Kiki Vandeweghe's stellar play.


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    Default November 19, 1995

    Knicks beat the Vancouver Grizzlies 98-93 to improve their record to 8-2.Derek Harper and Anthony Mason had a combined 45 pts. Vancouver was led by former Knick Greg Anthony who had 18 pts.

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    Default November 20,1973



    In an NBA finals rematch the defending champion NY Knicks beat up the Los Angeles Lakers 105-89 at MSG. The Knicks were led by Bill Bradley's 29 pts and Willis Reed's 25 pts to improve their record to 12-7. It would later become the first season of a 40 season championship drought for the NY Knickerbockers.

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    Default November 21,2008



    "Eleven games into the regular season the NY Knicks send Jamal Crawford to the Golden State Warriors for Al Harrington. And trade Zach Randolph and Mardy Collins to the LA Clippers for Tim Thomas and Cuttino Mobley. In order to get salary cap space for the summer of Lebron, Donnie Walsh gets rid of two contracts that would have expired beyond the 2010-11 season."

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    Most of us still question whether the Knicks would have made the playoffs had they held on to Zbo and JCraw. Both of these players are currently important pieces for contending teams. The question I have is whether the Knicks organization would have traded these guys after the 2008-09 season had they carried the Knicks to their first playoff appearence in 5 years.

    Many Knick fans believe that Walsh didn't have to trade these players so soon since the Warriors and Clippers were able to trade them to other teams not so long after they left the Knicks. I don't think it was a bad trade at the time compared to the Tracy McGrady trade later on. Walsh had a plan and didn't want to take his chances on these players' trade value dropping.

    Even if the Knicks would have made the playoffs in 2008-09 they would have gotten eliminated by either the Magic, Cavs or Celtics in the first round. The process to get to where the Knicks are right now wasn't an easy one to go through but you could say that it was worth it looking at the current situation that the Knicks are in.
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    Default November 24,1992



    Knicks defeat the Washington Bullets at MSG 98-88 to improve to 6-4. Patrick Ewing led them with 28 pts and 18 rebounds.

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    Default November 25,1987



    The Knicks defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers 104-101 to improve their record to 3-8. They were led by Trent Tucker and Kenny Walker who both had a 16 point game.

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    Default November 26,2001



    Knicks overcome a 10 point half time deficit to defeat the Atlanta Hawks 88-83 in MSG. The Knicks held the Hawks to a season low 28 points in the second half.
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    Default November 27,1997



    Larry Johnson misses at least a week of playing time because of a sprained ankle. The biggest injury of that season happened about a month later when Patrick Ewing injured his wrist in a game against the Milwaukee Bucks.
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