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anted to see Caballero join him on Argenti

Messaggioda lw789 » 02/01/2018, 4:54

NEW YORK -- They dont look like the lowly losers of last month. The New York Knicks are playing as if its last season -- when they even had mighty Miamis number. Carmelo Anthony scored 29 points, Andrea Bargnani had 19, and the Knicks beat the Heat 102-92 on Thursday night for their season-high third straight victory. "You can tell its different than one month ago," Bargnani said. "Our faces are different, our body language is different." Raymond Felton had 13 points and 14 assists for the Knicks, who seized control with a 16-2 run spanning the third and fourth quarters and beat the Heat for the fourth time in five meetings over the last two seasons. New York was second to Miami in the Eastern Conference last season when it won the series 3-1, but there was little reason to suggest until recently the Knicks were ready to compete with the NBA champions this season. New York is 13-22 but has won four of five in 2014, with victories over San Antonio and Miami -- last seasons NBA finalists. "It wasnt going to last all season like that," Felton said. "We were just going through a slump, now I feel like were out of it." With Tyson Chandler out sick and J.R. Smith stuck on the bench as an apparent punishment, Amare Stoudemire had 14 points and 11 rebounds off the bench. LeBron James scored 32 points for the Heat, who played without injured starters Mario Chalmers and Shane Battier and didnt get much from Chris Bosh, who was held to six points on 3-of-10 shooting. "All I know about this game is they outplayed us and they earned that win," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. Dwyane Wade scored 23 points but missed all six free throws after sitting out the morning shootaround as Miami had its three-game winning streak snapped. "I only missed six," Wade said. "I didnt miss 20. It wasnt that damn bad." Smith didnt play after the reigning Sixth Man of the Years latest trouble, a $50,000 fine when he attempted to untie an opponents sneaker for the second straight game, after hed been warned by the NBA not to do it again. Knicks coach Mike Woodson criticized Smiths behaviour during a radio interview Wednesday but said before the game he wouldnt discuss Smith any longer. But the benching did the speaking for him. Smith often stood far away from the huddle during timeouts, but his teammates sure didnt miss him on the court. Woodson again wouldnt comment after the game, but no Knicks player, not even Smith, seemed to know he wouldnt play. "I didnt know anything about it," Smith said. "I expected to do the same thing I always do. I did my same routine and it didnt happen." Though the roster is different and the results are way worse, Woodson said before the game he believed the things that worked so well against the Heat last season could still do so, and for this night he was right as New York shot 54 per cent from the field. "Were moving forward," Anthony said. "Were taking strides. Were getting better. Were learning from our mistakes weve made in the past and were going to continue to build on this and see what happens." The Knicks surged into the lead late in the third. Bargnani answered back quickly after James blew by him for a dunk, converting a three-point play to tie it and ignite a 9-0 spurt that helped New York lead 75-71 entering the final 12 minutes. New York ran off seven in a row to open the fourth, making it 82-71 on Stoudemires basket, and there was never really a run for the Heat, who couldnt get closer than five from there. "They played a great game," James said. "They made some timely shots." The Heat were opening a six-game trip, but the start of it couldnt be more convenient. They are just a few miles away Friday to visit Brooklyn in a game in which players from both teams will wear nicknames on their jerseys. But the best they can do is salvage a New York split, even after shooting 54 per cent in this one. Miami scored the final seven points of the first quarter to take a 27-21 lead. The Knicks scored 11 in a row early in the second, but Rashard Lewis made two 3-pointers from the corner in the final 1:11 to help the Heat grab a 48-43 halftime edge. Notes: James played in his 800th career game. ... The Heat return to New York on Feb. 1, the night before the Super Bowl just across the river in New Jersey. Ryan Hewitt Jersey . Patrick Kane and the Chicago Blackhawks were proof of that on Wednesday night. Kevin Huber Jersey . 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Josh Malone Jersey . -- Edwin Encarnacion hit a three-run homer, Colby Rasmus drove in two runs and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Detroit Tigers 9-4 on Saturday.BARCELONA, Spain - Barcelonas 0-0 draw at Osasuna on Saturday left the Spanish champion one win short of matching the league record for most victories to start the season. Atletico Madrid could take over as the league leader with a late victory at Espanyol that would equal the 45-year-old league milestone of nine wins through the first nine rounds held by Real Madrid. Lionel Messi went on as a substitute in the 68th minute after he recovered from a right leg injury this week, but not even Barcelonas all-time leading scorer could unlock Osasunas defence. The draw left Barcelona three points ahead of Madrid following its 2-0 win over Malaga thanks to goals by Cristiano Ronaldo and Angel Di Maria. Barcelona hosts Madrid next weekend in the first clasico of the season after both play Italian rivals, AC Milan and Juventus, in the Champions League midweek. Also, Real Sociedad broke an eight-game winless streak in all competitions with a morale-boosting 2-1 victory at Valencia before it travels to Manchester United on Tuesday in the Champions League. Di Maria scored for Madrid seconds after halftime with a cross intended for Ronaldo that caught Malaga goalkeeper Willy Caballero out of position. Madrids 100-million-euro winger Gareth Bale went on for the final 15 minutes after recovering from a leg injury and earned a questionable penalty that Ronaldo converted in injury time. Ronaldos eighth goal of the season took him level with Messi. Both trail Atletico striker Diego Costa with 10. "My players attitudes were much better," said Ancelotti, who this week said his team played so poorly recently it could only improve. "We defended well, were more aggressive and played with our lines closer together," he said. "I hope to see this same intensity in the games to come. We recovered the ball well, applied pressure well and maintained our positions. That was the difference from other games." Ancelotti said striker Karim Benzema would be back in his squad against Juventus on Wednesday after he missed Saturdays game due to a leg knock he had picked up in training. Youngster Alvaro Morata started in his placce and was Madrids most active player in an otherwise dull first half that only saw Ronaldo hit the crossbar in the eighth minute.dddddddddddd While Madrid again failed to impress, it improved as the match went on and was stopped from recording a bigger win only by Caballero. Caballero made an excellent reflex save with his left foot to deny Ronaldo from close range in the 82nd and two minutes later used his right hand to parry substitute Jese Rodriguezs low shot past his upright. Di Maria said he wanted to see Caballero join him on Argentinas national team as it prepares for the 2014 World Cup. "I believe Caballero deserves to go," Di Maria said. But Caballero couldnt reach Ronaldos well-placed spot kick after Bale went flying to the turf following what appeared to be light contact with Malaga defender Weligton. Bale had done little before the penalty in his first action since injuring his left hamstring last month. An organized Osasuna renounced the ball from the start but did well to keep Barcelona in check throughout. With Messi watching, Barcelona was limited to Neymars occasional incursions with his diabolic dribbling and a header from defender Marca Bartra that he thumped well high from outside the six-yard box in the 44th. The first cracks began to show in Osasunas defence in the second half when Cesc Fabregas wasted Xavi Hernandezs throughball by shooting over the bar in the 61st. Messi went on shortly after but he was unable to get a clear look at goal as Osasuna took off its lone striker and added midfielder Francisco Punal to hang on to the point. "We knew it would be a complicated game," said Barcelona defender Carles Puyol, who played his first game in seven months after recovering from knee surgery. "These grounds are always tough. We had our chances but just lacked that finishing touch in the final meters." At Mestalla Stadium, Antoine Griezmann opened for Sociedad in the 41st and Ruben Pardo sent a swerving long strike just inside the post to effectively seal the result in the 59th. Dorlan Pabon snatched Valencias consolation goal before the final whistle. Cheap NFL Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Jerseys From China Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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