Atlanta Hawks Finish Strong, Beat The Knicks

Posted: 12th November 2009 by Stephen Clay in NBA
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In a game that can be labeled "A Tale of Two Cities," the Atlanta Hawks defeated The New York Knicks 114-101 last night in Madison Square Garden. Behind the play of Al Horford, the Hawks outscored the Knicks 67-47 in the second half to secure the victory and push their record to 6-2.á Horford finished with a season high 25 points on nine for 16 shooting. The Knicks started fast and dominated first half play, taking a seven point lead into the break.á The boys from New York, going into the game with a 1-7 record, played inspired and very efficient offensively.á Al Harrington, Toney Douglas, and Larry Hughes led the way with craft post moves, deadly outside shooting and selfless sharing of the basketball. Second half, different story. After playing sluggishly throughout the first half, Jo ...

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