10 Reasons the New York Knicks Have No Chance Against the Miami Heat

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10 Reasons the New York Knicks Have No Chance Against the Miami Heat
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Not appearing in game three. Amar'e Stoudemire's tantrum will cost him and his team.

Okay, it's not often that a team can really be declared "finished" only two games into a best-of-seven series. 

After all, this is professional sports. This is where the Red Sox came back against the Yankees down 3-0 and facing Mariano Rivera in Game 4. This is where the Flyers came back against the Bruins down 3-0 in the Stanley Cup Playoffs in 2010. This is where the Cardinals won Game 6 against the Rangers after being just one strike away from the end of the season. 

This, however, is not where the New York Knicks come back down 2-0 to the Miami Heat and without their starting power forward for Game 3 and possibly Game 4 and beyond.

It's not happening, Knicks fans. The Knicks didn't have a great chance entering this series against Miami. After getting embarrassed in Game 1 and then losing a tough Game 2, things are definitely not looking up. 

Time to start thinking about the salary cap, free agency and the draft, because this season is on life support and last rights are being read. 

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