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    Game Thread Game Thread: New York Knicks vs Miami Heat (2014/11/30)




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    Injury Report

    New York Knicks
    Miami Heat
    Carmelo Anthony - Back spasms (QUEST) Chris Andersen - Sprained Right Ankle (OUT)
    Andrea Bargnani - Strained Right Hamstring (OUT) Dwyane Wade - Strained Left Hamstring (QUEST)
    Cleanthony Early - Injured Right Knee (OUT) Norris Cole - Dislocated Left Middle Finger (PROB)



    Today in Knicks history

    November 30th, 2012 Carmelo Anthony and JR Smith each score 20 points to lead New York to a 108-87 rout of Washington at the Garden. The win caps off an 11-4 month, marking the franchise’s winningest month since March 2000 (11-6) and winningest November since 1972-73 (12-3).

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    April 6, 2014 After keeping up with the defending champions in the first half, New York was blitzed in the second half as they were outscored 53-32 as the fell to the Miami Heat 108-82 at AmericanAirlines Arena. Carmelo Anthony paced the New York Knicks with 29 points and seven rebounds over 36 minutes. Tyson Chandler continued his stellar play as he posted a season high 19 points and 16 rebounds over 32 for his 11th double-double of the season. This is Chandler’s fifth straight double-double. Miami was led by reigning MVP LeBron James’ 31 points, four assists and four rebounds over 37 minutes. Dwyane Wade recorded 23 points on 10-13 shooting over 27 minutes. Mario Chalmers, Norris Cole and Ray Allen all added 11 points.
    February 27, 2014 After keeping up with the defending champions in the first half, New York was blitzed in the second half as they were outscored 53-32 as the fell to the Miami Heat 108-82 at AmericanAirlines Arena. Carmelo Anthony paced the New York Knicks with 29 points and seven rebounds over 36 minutes. Tyson Chandler continued his stellar play as he posted a season high 19 points and 16 rebounds over 32 for his 11th double-double of the season. This is Chandler’s fifth straight double-double. Miami was led by reigning MVP LeBron James’ 31 points, four assists and four rebounds over 37 minutes. Dwyane Wade recorded 23 points on 10-13 shooting over 27 minutes. Mario Chalmers, Norris Cole and Ray Allen all added 11 points.

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    Thanks for another great game thread. The likely lost season of 2014-15 continues. Will we have anything positive develop from this brutal season? That remains to be seen. Let's go Knicks!

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    Melo back tonight. I'm guessing the people who wanted to see if we're a better team without Melo maybe don't have as much interest in seeing that experiment again after the OKC game.

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    Critical game after Stat berating the team for lack of effort. With Melo back and the motivation of Stats tongue lashing a loss in front of the home crowd would be ugly.

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    Frustrating for us to be so far inferior to Miami this season when we were the team that was able to resign our star free agent and the Heat were the team that lost their top player to free agency.

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    Stat aggressive to the hoop in his first offensive touch off the bench. No reason he can't thrive against this Miami defense.

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    Wow. Just like that. Stat gets the ball on three consecutive offensive possessions and scores at point blank range three straight times. Say what you want about Stat, he tries to back up his words.

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    Didn't even know there was a game tonight. Shame Knicks/heat used to be must see TV


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    Don't get me wrong, I like Acy, but when Melo and Stat are the other two members in the front line, the third guy has to be a real big like Dalembert, Aldrich, or Jason Smith.

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    With the exception of Stat, who has 8 of our first 19 points, Miami has literally taken away every other one of our guys with strategic double teams on defense.

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    Can't really explain it, but all-time weird sequence between Melo and an official on an inbounds attempt, where Melo loses the ball because the whistle blew in his ear and then the ref counts any way despite Melo not holding the ball, leads to a tech on Melo. Yeah, weird.

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    Miami isn't even playing well and they're winning this game handily. Absolutely no improvement from the start of the year and we now have a worse start than last years Knicks.

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    Looked like we were going to wave the white flag early again, but we trim the lead from 16 to 8 before the end of the first half to at least keep it somewhat a game. Our offense is fundamentally broken right now as for the second straight game we cannot even score 40 points against a bad defensive team. I'm going to miss most of the 2nd half to watch the new episode of the Walking Dead, which is less depressing than the Knicks right now, but hopefully we can make a run to have it be watchable in the end of the 4th quarter. Let's go Knicks!

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    You want to watch the Walking Dead, watch the Knicks that's reality TV.

    Not sure what PJ is going to do but he either decides to tank now or he makes some moves before the trade deadline to try to improve this team because this team isn't going anywhere.

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    Flip back on a commercial break let me see THJ make a steal and then speed the other way for a 3-point play. Man, does this team need THJ to go back to being a star waiting to happen like he was last year instead of a role player with no role as he has been this season.

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