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Things haven’t exactly been going swimmingly for the New York Knicks this season but they did manage to pull off a big win against the Heat at Madison Square Garden last night. During the victory, Knicks rookie Tim Hardaway Jr. introduced himself to veteran Ray Allen when he soared over his back for a nasty putback jam.
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New York Knicks guard Tim Hardaway Jr. threw down a monster putback slam over Miami Heat guard Ray Allen in the final seconds of the third quarter during Thursday night's game at MSG.Hardaway made the spectacular play when a shot by Amar'e Stoudemire's bounced up off the rim. Hardaway caught it in the air with one hand and threw it down in one motion before Ray Allen...
New York Knicks rookie Tim Hardaway Jr. has been having a great year and on Thursday night, it got even better. Hardaway Jr. had this nasty putback dunk over Ray Allen during the Knicks win over the Heat.
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The Knicks typically play Miami very well in the regular season and last night was no different as the Knicks took care of business to get the win. Tim Hardaway Jr. is doing his best to earn minutes in the Knicks rotation and I’m sure this dunk on Ray Allen will only help. H/T Thacover2
Tim Hardaway Jr. posterized Ray Allen with a sick put-back dunk during the New York Knicks-Miami Heat game on Thursday night.
Watch Knicks rookie Tim Hardaway Jr. throw down the putback dunk over Heat guard Ray Allen during the third quarter of Thursday’s game at Madison Square Garden.
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The Hardaway family is forever connected by the Knicks-Heat rivalry. Tonight, the youngest will play his first game against the team that retired his old man’s number. Hopefully, Hardaway Jr. can do as much damage to the Heat as his daddy did to the Knicks in the 1997 NBA Playoffs.
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Great box-out, Ray.
I got the heads up on this play from my girl who was sitting courtside. She texted me right after the play happened.
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