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The Knicks bounced back from their loss at Memphis on Friday to beat up on the Pacers. In the first quarter, Knicks veteran Jason Kidd collided with Indiana guard Lance Stephenson. Stephenson’s tooth hit  Kidd’s head leaving behind a cut that would require seven stitches and a headband to keep blood out of his eyes while [...]
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