Found September 25, 2013 on Turn On The Knicks:
Since staring at the schedule isn’t making the 2013-14 season get any closer, TOK is breaking down the New York Knicks’ games by division . We continue with the Southeast Division. MIAMI HEAT Last Year: The Knicks won 3 out of 4 over the Champs, including two 20 point victories. This Year: Home – January 9th (TNT), February 1st (ESPN), Away – February 27th (TNT), April 6th (ABC) What To Expect: PRIMETIME BASKETBALL! All four of the Knicks/Heat games are being broadcast to a national audience. Last year, the Knicks had two of their most impressive wins of the season over the eventual champs, including a 20 point blowout without the aid of Carmelo Anthony. We don’t get to see Miami until 2014 on the schedule but these games are always fun and a nice litmus test for where the Knicks are at throughout the season. ATLANTA HAWKS Last Year: The Knicks swept the Hawks, including a win in the season finale when Earl Barron grabbed 18 rebounds. EARL-SANITY! This Year: Home – November 16th, D...
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