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    Default November 28,2010



    "The Knicks get a road win against the Detroit Pistons in double OT 125-116. Amar'e Stoudemire led the Knicks with 37 pts and 15 rebounds."
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    Stoudemire was a completely different player then. I wonder what the Knicks would give to have the old Amar'e back. They definitely need a second scoring option badly.

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    Default November 29,2007



    "The Knicks suffer one of their worst losses in franchise history by losing to the Boston Celtics 104-59 on a nationally televised game on the road. The Knicks fell behind by 50 at one point of the game. And had it not been for Nate Robinson's 3pt field goal in the final seconds of the game the Knicks would have had their lowest scoring game since the shot clock was invented."

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    Probably one of those most horrendous games that I've seen the Knicks play along with the 50 pt blow out that Dallas gave them a few seasons ago.

    I normally don't like to post negative history regarding the Knicks but looking back at the Isiah Thomas era makes me appreciate today's Knicks team.
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    What an ironic come out considering the formidable team we had back then

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    Very true, even Stephon Marbury couldn't believe what he was witnessing.



    Quote from Stephon after the game

    Of course I am embarrassed. We lost by nearly 50 points,I'm angry. I'm always angry when I lose...To lose that bad was just ridiculous.

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    Default November 30,1954



    "The NY Knicks beat the Philadelphia Warriors 95-91 to improve to .500. After a slow start to the game the Knicks picked things up in the second quarter by holding Philadelphia to just 13 points in that quarter. They were led by Harry Gallatin's 20 pts."

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    Had to throw a really old one in there. I believe this was the first NBA season in which the shot clock was used. And I really can't believe that Harry Gallatin is still alive after all of these years.
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    Default December 1,2004



    "The NY Knicks defeat the Memphis Grizzlies 90-82 at MSG. They were led by Stephon Marbury’s 26 pts to improve to 8-6."

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    Default December 2,1989


    "The NY Knicks defeat the Phoenix Suns 122-112 and improve to 10-5. Patrick Ewing led them with 41 pts."

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    Let's hope that history repeats itself later on today by the Knicks beating the Suns.
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    You could post some real pix, Pat's never had any visible tattoos...

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    Default December 3,1994



    "The NY Knicks defeat the Washington Bullets 111-95. Anthony Mason and Charles Smith scored a combined 45 pts. Patrick Ewing had only 3 pts."

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    Nobody would budge Mason if he played today

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    Default December 4,1999



    "The NY Knicks beat the dreadful NJ Nets by a score of 92-82. Allan Houston was the leading scorer for New York with 24 points."

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    Default December 5,1970



    "The defending champion NY Knicks destroy the Buffalo Braves 117-93 to improve to 117-93. Willis Reed and Walt Clyde Frazier both had 23 pts each."

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    Default December 6,1996



    "The NY Knicks blow out the Miami Heat 103-85.Patrick Ewing led the Knicks with 26 pts while Allan Houston and John Starks scored a combined 47 pts."

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    Let us hope that the Knicks give the Miami Heat another beat down tonight.

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    Default December 7,1993



    "The Knicks top the Lakers 92-78 to improve their record to 11-4. Patrick Ewing led them with 29 pts"

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    Default December 8,2001



    "Jeff Van Gundy resigns as head coach of the NY Knicks after a 10-9 start with them.Van Gundy was in his seventh season as head coach over them and through that period managed to have a record of 248-172. His reason for leaving the Knicks was a loss of focus. According to Van Gundy his decision to resign was one that he was contemplating since the summer."

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    Van Gundy's resignation has to be one of the top 5 worst things that's ever happened to the Knicks franchise. The ship was already sinking after Scott Layden was hired but when Van Gundy decided to quit the Knicks, they went from a playoff contender to a lottery team in a matter of weeks. It also set the tone for what would be the most unwatchable Knicks basketball for years to come. I am surprised I was able to survive as a Knicks fan after all the atrocity they put their fans through. Thank God for guys like Donnie Walsh and Glen Grunwald who were able to bring back respectability and rebuild this franchise from the trash heap that it was.
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