New York Knicks: Best and Worst Moments for Jeremy Lin and the Knicks in March

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New York Knicks: Best and Worst Moments for Jeremy Lin and the Knicks in March
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They say March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.

After Linsanity prematurely bloomed in early February and the Knicks won seven straight—including a Lin-peak of 38 points in a defeat of the L.A. Lakers—a little frost swept in to remind Knicks fans of reality. New York finished the month 3-3.

They lost to the Hornets, giving New Orleans their seventh win. But then they beat Dallas.

Carmelo Anthony returned in a loss to the New Jersey Nets, but then a win against the Hawks.

Finally, the Heat were too much to handle, but the Cavaliers easy pickings.

March rolled in like a nor’easter and the Knicks found themselves pelted with losses, dropping their first six games of the month. In the tumult, Mike D’Antoni was swept away.

But the schedule relented and with Mike Woodson manning the front, the Knicks stormed back, subduing March and going 7-1.

But you know how this time of year is. The temperature varies. The Knicks still have to face the Orlando Magic and Atlanta Hawks (and the Cavaliers) before entering the final month of the season.

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