Monday, February 28, 2011

Miracle Away From 34th Street!

Amar'e Blocks LeBron to Win Game! See YouTube video, below
As in the Vanessa Williams song Save The Best for Last, Sometimes the snow comes down in June. Sometimes the sun goes 'round the moon.” Last night the Knicks burnt the Miami Heat 91-86 behind Carmelo Anthony’s 29 points, a big block by Amar’e Stoudemire on LeBron James when the game was on the line and Chauncey Billips taking over the game in the fourth quarter with key steals and big shots. No wonder he is called Mr. Big Shot.
In a game that had a playoff atmosphere with as many cheering for the Knicks as the Heat, even LeBron James’ 27 points and Chris Bosh’s 20 couldn’t pull it out for the Heat on this strange night, where fans booed LeBron. The key was tough Knicks defense. It is said that if you can hold one of the Heat’s big three down, you have a chance to win. In a matchup that featured four of the league’s top scorers, the Knicks held Dwayne Wade to only 12 points.  Ending each half strong, the Knicks went on a 16-0 run at the end of the first half and saving the best for last, the Knicks went on a 13-2 run to end the game. 

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