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In the playoffs, provided a player's limb is not disconnected from his body, he plays. Even with that simple approach, the Knicks are toying with danger. They trotted out Amare Stoudemire, whose left hand was in pieces two days earlier, against the Heat on Sunday, and now they are talking about bringing back Jeremy Lin for Game 5 just a month after Lin had surgery on the meniscus in his left knee. In a sense, the Knicks' staving off elimination on Sunday might have been the worst thing that could happen for them. Stoudemire's 20 points and 10 rebounds justified...
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