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Unbeaten Knicks Experienced, Not Just Old

Michael Perez/AP

Knicks fans are just getting to know the team Coach Mike Woodson has put together. What the Knicks showed their fans Monday night was how an experienced team can win on the road against a divisional opponent.

They played gritty defense — never letting their lead dwindle in the second half — made 19 of 19 free throws and, as in their two previous games, spread the ball, for an impressive 24 assists. It added up to a second straight convincing win over the Read Full Article »

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