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Anthony Helps Knicks Stay Alive

Barton Silverman/The New York Times

Orange and blue streamers shot from the rafters early Sunday evening, a celebration that was nearly 11 years in the making and many, many seasons overdue.

Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire earned momentary redemption and their first playoff victory together, combining for 61 points in a series-saving 89-87 victory over the Miami Heat at Madison Square Garden.

Anthony was brilliant, scoring 41 points, including 12 in...

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