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Mount Carmel High (Chicago) defensive lineman Enoch Smith Jr. was going to visit Notre Dame for the March 23 junior day, but he had to change plans and will return to campus a few weeks later. He updated IrishEyes.com on his recruitment, and if the Irish were still in the lead.
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It had to be tough for J.R. Smith Thursday night. To be tasked with helping take up the slack for an absent (due to injury) Carmelo Anthony he had his work cut out for him especially against a tough Oklahoma City Thunder team.
The challenge just made the night that much sweeter as shot after shot fell en route to a 36-point night. Now if only it was in a winning effort...
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Playing without Carmelo Anthony, Mike Woodson put the ball into J.R. Smith’s hands for a very predictable final play vs. OKC on Thursday night. Down 95-94 with 7.9 seconds to go, Smith attempts to add on to his season-high 36 point night with an iso turn-around jumper against Russell Westbrook as the clock expires to no avail:
Video via Ben Golliver
Kevin Durant had 34 points, including the go-ahead free throws with 1:38 left, and the Oklahoma City Thunder pulled out a 95-94 victory over the New York Knicks on Thursday night.
Russell Westbrook struggled over the final three quarters but finished with 21 points, six rebounds and five assists in the Thunder's first trip to New York since Dec. 22, 2010. Durant also had eight...
The New York Knicks had no business even being in the game without Carmelo Anthony, but they played their hearts while falling just short of upsetting the defending Western Conference Champions, 95-94. J.R. Smith, who had 36 points on the night, including six threes, wasn’t able to execute on a last second isolation, and wound up missing a contested fadeaway that would have won...
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Generally speaking, the New York Knicks frown upon the idea of congratulating themselves for keeping things competitive, and they're hardly the type to exult in a valiant effort following a tough loss. Nor should they be, as a team with noble -- if far-fetched -- aspirations for the franchise's first NBA title in three decades.
But in the case of Thursday night's 95...
By, Kenneth Teape – Knickswag Contributor
Post Game Recap
Final Score: Knicks: 87 Pistons: 77
It was not the prettiest game by any stretch of the imagination but the Knicks were able to go into the Palace at Auburn Hills and pull out the victory over the Pistons, giving the Knicks the season sweep. Just like the first three games this season, the Knicks beat the Pistons by double...
A game after blowing a 14 point lead against the Miami Heat and losing 99-93 to LeBron and the Heat, the lose their best scorer early get blown out by 22 points and come all the way back without Carmelo Anthony and beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 102-97 in Cleveland. Amare Stoudemire scored 22 points, J.R. Smith added 18. Yes we know Cleveland isn’t in Miami’s class of opponent...