Miami Heat vs. New York Knicks: Live Analysis, Score Updates, Highlights
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The Knicks' 17th trey of the night prompts white flag from Heat. LeBron done with 23 pts, 7 rebs; Wade out with 15 pts.— Brian Windhorst (@WindhorstESPN) November 3, 2012
Everyone on the Knicks has been lights-out from three tonight.
That was a great open field football block by J.R. Smith. Too bad he's not playing football.
Heat needs a big run and in a hurry. Knicks 90, Heat 74 with 5:57 left. This one might be done.— Joseph Goodman (@MiamiHeraldHeat) November 3, 2012
LeBron James leads the Heat with 23 points.
Of all the places I would not want to airball a 3, I think MSG would be the worst.— Hardwood Paroxysm (@HPbasketball) November 3, 2012
Wade gets inside for a nice reverse lay-up.
Tyson Chandler doing weird things with his face on the bench.
Miami cuts the lead 16 with 9:23 remaining in the fourth. NY has gone scoreless this quarter— Dime Alert (@DimeAlert) November 3, 2012
And you all laughed when the Knicks hired shooting coach Dave Hopla. As of right now, he's the leading candidate for NBA MVP— Frank Isola (@FisolaNYDN) November 3, 2012
Knicks 81, Heat 63 after three at MSG. Melohas 26, LeBron 20-6-4. Knicks shooting an insane 15-30 from 3-point land.— adam figman (@afigman) November 3, 2012
It's all Knicks as we head into the 4th quarter.
Knicks made 25 3-pointers total in the 5-game series with Heat last spring. They have made 13 tonight with 3 min. left in 3Q.— Brian Windhorst (@WindhorstESPN) November 3, 2012
Steve Novak's face says it all.
73-year-old Kurt Thomas still hustles hard, sets great screens, does the dirty work. Worthy of court time.— InsideHoops.com (@InsideHoops) November 3, 2012
Steve Novak hits a corner three to give the Knicks a 20-point lead. It feels like Miami hasn't showed up to this game at all.
Highlight from the 1st quarter -- LeBron James with a nice bounce pass to Chris Bosh
Melo getting 40 would not be surprising.— Eye on Basketball (@EyeOnBasketball) November 3, 2012
Miami calls a full timeout with 7:38 left in 3rd quarter.
Carmelo Anthony has taken 22 shots in 22 minutes.— HoopsHype (@hoopshype) November 3, 2012
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