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Even though the big wigs at the NBA’s main offices would prefer the Nets and Knicks simmer down their boiling feud, things only seem to get more intense by the day.
Monday J.R. Smith fired a salvo when he guaranteed that the Knicks would win the NBA title next season.
“I’m 100% sure.”
Nets forward Reggie Evans got wind of J.R. Smith’s guarantee, and took to Twitter to laugh at such a proclamation.
— ReggieEvans30 (@ReggieEvans30) September 1, 2013
The Knicks and Nets play Dec. 5, Jan. 20, April 2 and April 15.
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It may only be the first week of September, but J.R. Smith's confidence is certainly in midseason form.
J.R. Smith is making bold predictions for the Knicks upcoming season, telling reporters he guarantees his team will win the championship this upcoming season…he’s “100 percent sure” of it.
According to the New York Post:
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