It’s funny what a difference a few days can make. Late last Thursday night the Knicks were rolling. They just completed the regular season with 18 wins in their last 24 games. Carmelo Anthony was playing the best basketball of his short Knicks career, even when teamed with Amar’e Stoudemire. New York looked like a dangerous team capable of giving the Heat a series and finally bringing meaningful playoff basketball back to the Big Apple. Less then a week later the situation couldn’t be anymore different.
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