Feeling at Home, Knicks Romp in London

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It was London, but it could have been Midtown Manhattan. With Spike Lee courtside, with the Detroit Pistons not looking any more formidable in England than they do at Madison Square Garden, the Knicks rolled to a 102-87 victory Thursday that had most of the sellout crowd of 18,689 cheering in approval.

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