Originally written on Knickswag  |  Last updated 11/8/14
Knicks 112  Miami 92 Boxscore   Knicks came into tonight with many excuses to lose this game. However, they came out and took it to the Miami Heat, exposing the Heat’s lack of inside presence. NY minus Melo, played team ball all night, spacing the floor, moving thr ball to the open man and draining the three point shot. The Knicks won the rebound, assists and turnover battle tonight. Contributions from Novak and JR were some of the reasons they won this game, but the play of Raymond Felton and Jason Kidd was the main reason why the Knicks ran away with this game. Raymond Feltons 27 Pts. 7 Asts. and 6-10 from thr,ee were monumental for this victory. The Miami Heat had every reason to win this game: No Melo, Knicks on the end of a back to back, Miami lost to the worst team in the league few nights before. The New York Knicks came into Miami and took what the Heat wanted with timely baskets and great defense in the second half. As a Knick fan, we should all be happy about this win. Enjoy it tonight and move onto the Bulls game Saturday night. It is possible the Knicks could go 3-0 on this tough road trip. The New York Knicks have the best record in the Eastern Conference and have beaten the Miami Heat twice. Enjoy….Lets Get It!   Peter A. Knickswag Chief Editor
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