Knicks-Heat: Miami Exposes New York’s Weaknesses on Opening Night

Posted: 29th October 2009 by Ash Marshall in NBA
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The one saving grace from the New York Knicks' 2009 opener last night in Miami is that they don't have to play D-Wade and the Heat again until...Christmas Day. Happy holidays, Knicks fans. It is not as if Mike D'Antoni's woeful Knicks were blindsided in their 115-93 loss in Florida last nightùthey knew what they were going to get; they were just powerless to stop it. Dwyane Wade led all scorers with 26 points and Jermaine O'Neal added 22 points and 12 rebounds as part of a comprehensive victory which really could have been a lot more than the 22-point final margin suggests. Michael Beasley netted himself 21 and Miami shot almost 57 percent from the field, with former Knick Quentin Richardson the only Heat starter not to finish with double-digit points. The Knicks were at least respectable ...

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