Found November 07, 2012 on NESN.com:
People in many parts of New York City are still digging themselves out of the remnants of Superstorm Sandy, so they may not have noticed that Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks have made the NBA their personal playground in the first week of the season. If they have noticed, then no one should begrudge them an opportunity to experience something other than power outages and mass flooding. With Anthony picking his spots and his teammates knocking down wide-open 3-pointers at an insane pace, the Knicks won their first three games in convincing fashion. Their double-digit margins of victory over the Miami Heat and Philadelphia 76ers, both playoff participants last spring, led to even non-New Yorkers wondering if the Knickerbockers could keep this up. In a word, no, they cannot. Apologies if this ruins any Knicks fan’s high, but very little about the Knicks’ incredible start is sustainable. They are not the 1972-73 Sixers masquerading as a real basketball team, but they are not the 1971-72 ...
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