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Getting Back into Rhythm: Why the Knicks Will Win in Five

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Getting Back into Rhythm: Why the Knicks Will Win in Five

Paul Pierce led the Celtics to a victory to force Game 5 of the opening-round series against the New York Knicks.

The Knicks had just lost a game in which they were up in the closing two minutes of regulation, with a chance to aim this first-round series. And yet, after the 97-90 overtime loss to the Celtics Sunday, they were release just bemoaning the defeat. This is the

It was all going so smoothly for the Knicks, and we have come to be with you that they don't often do smooth. For the better part of N.B.A. time, they have not been known as a team that walks the straightest line to success, or anywhere, for that matter.

COMMENTARY | The New York Knicks, its players all with grim faces, trudged off the court as Boston Celtics fans cheered enthusiastically at the TD Garden. In the last minutes of overtime, Jason Terry had helped clinch the win with superb shooting

BOSTON (AP) — New York Knicks swingman J.R. Smith was ejected from Friday night's playoff game against Boston for elbowing Celtics guard Jason Terry in the face. Terry was guarding Smith with about 7 minutes left in the

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