The Knicks have made things a lot harder on themselves than they had to. Tonight Carmelo and J.R. Smith tried to do way too much and the defense didn’t try at all.

What happens next is going to be interesting. Boston will certainly be fired up for Game 6 on Friday.  That emotion boosted them to a huge lead on Sunday. But the Knicks, overcame that emotion and had their chances at the end of that game. There was some serious yapping at the end of this game. It looked to me like one of the Celtic bench players said some bad words toward Carmelo and then Raymond Felton went after him. I don’t think it will merit any discipline, but you can bet the refs will be quick to the whistle on Friday. As a basketball fan, I am excited to see what should be a great game. As a Knicks fan, I wish I had the night off.

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  • blmeanie  On May 2, 2013 at 5:52 am

    You nailed it, two selfish players are your offensive focus. Even your third best option of Felton tends to only think one on one when he wants to score. That is my problem with the league in total, mostly selfish ball, no team play.

    23 assists over last two games for the Knicks. Telling.

    I didn’t see this recovery by the celtics coming, I’ll admit that.

    • nysportsfanatic  On May 2, 2013 at 11:07 am

      Jordan Crawford should have kept his mouth shut. Something tells me the Knicks will be fired up tomorrow.

  • blmeanie  On May 3, 2013 at 6:51 pm

    Awesome start for pierce, turnovers galor

  • blmeanie  On May 3, 2013 at 9:02 pm

    Unfortunately pierce and Garnett both come back next year with half speed rondo

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