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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - J.R. Smith
The Knicks lingered on the court, soaking in the cheers from the fans wearing those giveaway orange shirts that were probably meant for the playoffs.
The Toronto Raptors clinched the Atlantic Division title on Friday night.
LeBron James couldn't wake up Sunday. He was sluggish when his alarm went off at 8 a.m. and still in a funk when the Miami Heat and New York Knicks tipped off five hours later.
Carmelo Anthony kept losing the ball all night long, and now the New York Knicks have lost their hold on eighth place in the Eastern Conference playoff race.
Taking out a row of photographers, Beal finishes a long pass from Wall with a foul from J.R. Smith.
New York's once faint, nearly unrealistic playoff hopes have become a real possibility. The Knicks intend to seize the opportunity and run with it.
Momentum on defense is a powerful thing. Force an opponent into a dry spell and a team can seize an opportunity to win big games.
Even against the Western Conference's worst teams, nothing is coming easy for the New York Knicks right now.
A chance to gain ground in the playoff race was there, until Jarrett Jack took it away.
Carmelo Anthony had plenty of help against the struggling Philadelphia 76ers.
On a night of celebration, there were two surprising, strange sights: LeBron James back on Cleveland's bench. The Knicks back in the NBA playoff chase.
J.R. Smith missed the New York Knicks' game against Sacramento on Wednesday night because he was uncomfortable with the mask he was to wear over a broken cheekbone.
Carmelo Anthony was really sharp when he was in, and the New York Knicks were even better after he went out.
J.R. Smith left Anthony Bennett standing still and Tristan Thompson on his backside.
This one was so easy for the New York Knicks, Carmelo Anthony only needed to play 28 minutes.
"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."