New York Knicks vs. Miami Heat : Live Analysis, Score Updates, Highlights
The Knicks were absolutely lethal from 3-point-land, hitting 18 triples.
After a close first half, the Knicks get hot from deep in the second half and end up with a 20-point victory despite LeBron's near triple-double.
The New York Knicks are +40 against the Miami Heat this season after two games. Just as we all expected.— Dan Devine (@YourManDevine) December 7, 2012
J.R. with confidence is a dangerous, dangerous man.— Dan Devine (@YourManDevine) December 7, 2012
JR Smith hits a deep three to officially put away the defending champs. There are two minutes left in the game.
A pair of Novak threes and a ferocious two-hand throwdown by Chandler have pretty much put this game away. Knicks lead 109-88 with 3:47 left— Dime Alert (@DimeAlert) December 7, 2012
Steve Novak hits threes like you hit layups— InsideHoops.com (@InsideHoops) December 7, 2012
JR Smith throws it down with authority. Miami fans are leaving the building.
The difference, besides the 3s, in this game is the ball movement. It's somehow better without Carmelo Anthony.— Nate Taylor (@ByNateTaylor) December 7, 2012
The Knicks have a 16-point lead with 6:27 left but LeBron James is at the check-in table.
LeBron James just an assist away from a triple-double.
Rasheed Wallace....the youngest player to get 30,000 technical fouls?— SportsNation (@SportsNation) December 7, 2012
After getting hot in the third quarter, the Knicks lead the Heat by 10. LeBron is one rebound and one assist away from a triple-double.
Foul? Rasheed disagrees.
LeBron's at 25-9-9.— Ethan J. Skolnick (@EthanJSkolnick) December 7, 2012
LeBron throws down a thunderous jam through the middle of the lane.
Heat allow the most threes attempted per game - 24.9 - and the Knicks shoot the third highest percentage from three - 41.6%.— Tas Melas (@TasMelas) December 7, 2012
After some hot second-half shooting (8-of-12 from three in the quarter), the Knicks have a 13-point lead.
JR Smith is fired up after hitting his second three of the half.
Ray Allen 0 for 2 on 3-pointers. Ray Felton 5 of 8.— Ira Winderman (@IraHeatBeat) December 7, 2012
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