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He eventually got into form, just in time to perhaps doom the Knicks‘ playoff chances.
Chris Bosh added 14 points and Ray Allen had 12 for the Heat (53-23), who are a full game ahead of Indiana (53-25) and two up in the loss column in the East race. The Pacers lost at home to Atlanta later Sunday night.
The single-game mark was previously held by Damon Stoudemire, who hoisted 21 3s on April 15, 2005.
“It’s not really been a goal of mine,” Smith said. “I saw the open 3 and tried to take them. I had to take advantage.”
“Melo is still hurting,” Knicks coach Mike Woodson said. “I couldn’t rest him again tonight. That second half, he was giving us what he’s got.”
A bad day got worse for New York when the Hawks-Pacers game went final. The Knicks (33-45) are two games behind the Hawks in the race for the final playoff spot, three in the loss column. And New York has only four games left.
“Our fate is almost now in Atlanta’s hands,” Anthony said. “It’s tough. … My fate is in somebody else’s hands.”
The start suggested it would be a great day for the Knicks.
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