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4th-Quarter Rally Keeps Knicks Perfect

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Now the Knicks and their fans are allowed to get excited, even if it’s a week shy of Thanksgiving.

The Knicks are still the only undefeated team in the NBA after pulling out a pulsating 104-100 win over the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday night.


On a night when the Knicks did little right for a good part of the second half, and when Carmelo Anthony couldn’t escape some of the best defense he will see all season, they still showed the moxie to recover from a 12-point deficit midway...

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