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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Tyson Chandler
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.
There's little margin for error, and the New York Knicks know it.
In a season full of turmoil for the New York Knicks, Raymond Felton has dealt with more of it than any other player on the team.
Andre Drummond had his best night on the boards.
The Chicago Bulls were open all over the floor, so Joakim Noah kept collecting assists. Jumpers for Jimmy Butler and Kirk Hinrich. A dunk for Taj Gibson, another jumper for Butler, and on and on it went.
New York Knicks swingman Iman Shumpert returned to the lineup for Sunday's 109-90 loss at the Chicago Bulls.
Stephen Curry's last Madison Square Garden performance was breathtaking, the most dazzling display of outside shooting ever at the famed arena.
For LeBron James, the mask was distinctive.
Dirk Nowitzki called it "probably the ugliest game-winner I ever shot," and this is how he described it.
Dirk Nowitzki's 19-foot jumper bounced up and then fell in as time expired, giving the Dallas Mavericks a 110-108 victory over the New York Knicks on Monday night.
With Paul Millsap nursing a sore knee and Al Horford likely out for the season, Mike Scott filled a big void to help the Atlanta Hawks snap an eight-game skid.
The Orlando Magic have made no secret that the future of their franchise will depend on how well they can develop their young players.
Carmelo Anthony made up his mind. He was taking the big shots in crunch time, and there wasn't anything 6-foot-10 All-Star Anthony Davis or anyone else on the Pelicans could do about it.
Brandon Knight took a couple dribbles and an important step forward in turning into the lead guard for the Milwaukee Bucks.
This one was so easy for the New York Knicks, Carmelo Anthony only needed to play 28 minutes.