NEW YORK -- For every Carmelo Anthony surge on Sunday, Jamal Crawford countered with one of his own. And as Anthony tried to hoist the Knicks on his shoulders in the third quarter of a 102-88 loss to the Clippers, there was Crawford, knocking down three-pointers, slipping inside for acrobatic layups, refusing to allow his former team to come back. Crawford simply would not to allow the Clippers to lose. Which is ironic, because there was a time when Crawford couldn't play for a team that won.
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