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As repeatable as a 30-2 run can possibly be, the Knicks did it by simply playing their game the best they have in the playoffs so far.
A dominant fourth quarter launched the Knicks to a 105-79 win over Indiana. The series now stands at 1-1.
Knicks point guard Raymond Felton left Game 2 late in the third quarter after turning his left ankle.
Iman Shumpert led the Knicks with 11 points at halftime, and the Knicks' effort on both ends of the floor pushed them to a 47-42 halftime lead over the Pacers in Game 2.
Your guess is as good as anyone's as to where Syracuse quarterback Ryan Nassib goes in the draft. At least the Raiders seem to have their No. 3 choice down to two guys.
Whether or not the Dolphins and Chiefs complete a trade for Branden Albert, Miami's Jonathan Martin is ready.
A number of factors, both internal and external, could lead to Minnesota trading running back Toby Gerhart.
Chris Paul is good at basketball. So good, in fact, that almost all parties involved are totally nonplussed when he hits an incredible game-winning shot in the playoffs.
The Clippers lead Memphis 50-44 at halftime of Game 2, but the Grizzlies are doing better in three areas that killed them in their Game 1 loss.
New York won three of its four games this season against the Celtics. The two will play in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs.
Doc Rivers has made his name as a successful playoff coach, and Mike Woodson has only won two playoff series in eight years as a coach.
Don't expect anyone to take a chance on JaMarcus Russell, because he's up to his old tricks. Devin Hester may not catch a pass in 2013. Those stories and more in Wednesday morning's NFL news round-up.
Stephen Curry is one made three-pointer away from tying the single-season record, as he added seven makes in Monday's 116-106 win over the Spurs.
Utah's now one game out of the West's final playoff spot with one game to go after topping the Wolves on Monday.
Adam Scott's 14-foot birdie putt, never a doubt, earned him the green jacket over Angel Cabrera in a two-hole playoff.
Vikings coach Leslie Frazier said backup quarterback Joe Webb, known for his athleticism but little else, could switch positions.
Darrelle Revis used the Giants' orthopedist for his October knee surgery, and the Jets haven't gotten over it.
Darryl Tapp is moving to linebacker for the Redskins after playing seven years of defensive end for the Seahawks and Eagles.
Illinois doesn't have a starting quarterback, but Nathan Scheelhaase may have emerged in Friday's spring game.
Augusta's done a fine job of spreading the big names evenly throughout Thursday's first round at the Masters.
The Lakers needed a win Tuesday to move up to the No. 8 spot in the Western Conference standings, and they got it. They topped the Hornets 104-96.
The Thunder topped Utah 90-80 on Tuesday, forcing the Jazz out of the No. 8 spot in the West by percentage points. Utah is 41-37 with three games left.