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C’s Avoid Sweep as Knicks Comeback Falls Short in OT

C’s Avoid Sweep as Knicks Comeback Falls Short in OT

Hyped by on April 28, 2013 Website: gothamcitysportsnews.blogspot.com

By Kenneth Teape (@teapester725)

Sunday, April 28th, 2013

Game 4 Post Game Recap

Final Score: New York Knicks: 90 Boston Celtics: 97

The Knicks once again spotted the Celtics a first half to forget but unlike Game 1 and 2 they were not able to finish the comeback this time around. The Celtics went up by as many as 20 points but once again imploded in the second half, giving the Knicks an opportunity to get back in the game and even take a lead at the end. The Knicks struggled to put the ball in the basket throughout the game without Sixth Man of the Year J.R. Smith, who was suspended for the afternoon after a flagrant-2 foul when he elbowed Jason Terry in Game 3. The Knicks will look to bounce back and close out the series Wednesday night back at Madison Square Garden with Smith back in the lineup.

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