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Heat not putting any stock in Knicks’ playoff history

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Never in the Knicks’ long history have they ever dropped a Game 1 at home and come back to win a playoff series. 
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Heat’s Jimmy Butler ‘getting treatment’ with Game 2 status unknown

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — It’s unclear whether injured Miami star Jimmy Butler will be ready to play Tuesday’s second-round Game 2 against the Knicks until just before tipoff.
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Knicks about to face their season’s first true trial in crucial Game 2

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — It feels like more than just a game is on the table Tuesday at Madison Square Garden. It feels like the whole season is.
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Jalen Brunson questionable for Game 2 as another Knicks injury concern emerges

NY Post (Peter Botte) — After describing his Game 1 performance as “horrific,” Jalen Brunson has joined Knicks teammate Julius Randle on the injury report.
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How the Knicks lost control of Game 1 — and possibly the series — to the Heat

NY Post (Ryan Dunleavy) — It was the kind of game that could be looked back upon a week from now as a huge missed opportunity.
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Kyle Lowry, Kevin Love turn back clock in Heat’s win over Knicks

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Even before Jimmy Butler's injury, the Heat needed others to step up. And veterans with rings, Kyle Lowry and Kevin Love, rose to the occasion.
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Knicks’ Julius Randle’s Game 2 status and beyond still unclear

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — Julius Randle, dealing with an aggravated sprained left ankle, was missed as the Knicks fell to the Heat in the opener of their best-of-seven series.
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Knicks’ Obi Toppin thrives in starting role with Julius Randle injured

NY Post (Peter Botte) — Obi Toppin didn’t know officially until shortly before tipoff Sunday that he would be making the first postseason start of his NBA career.
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Knicks didn’t take advantage of Jimmy Butler gutting out injury: ‘Tricky situation’

NY Post (Brian Lewis) — Watching Jimmy Butler gut the Knicks defense — or even gut his way through a badly sprained his right ankle — wasn’t a surprise.
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Knicks can’t replicate offensive rebounding success against Heat in Game 1 loss

NY Post (Peter Botte) — One of the starkest advantages in the first round for the Knicks was a domination on the offensive glass by Mitchell Robinson and his teammates.
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Knicks need quick response after Heat steal home-court advantage

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — What was it that Mike Tyson once said? Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth. The Knicks got punched in the mouth Sunday afternoon.
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Jalen Brunson rips himself for Knicks’ Game 1 debacle: ‘I was horrific’

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — Point the finger at No. 11, Jalen Brunson repeatedly said. This loss was on him. “Today,” the Knicks’ accountable leader said, “I was horrific.”
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ABC airs NYC footage with Twin Towers during Knicks-Heat game

NY Post (Andrew Crane) — ABC’s broadcast of the Knicks-Heat game on Sunday used a stock image that contained the World Trade Center, according to Awful Announcing and other recordings of the segment.
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Knicks crumble in second half as Heat take Game 1

NY Post (Zach Braziller) — The Knicks didn’t lose to “Playoff Jimmy.” Their undoing was their own.
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Sundays with Serby: Marv Albert

NY Post (rsemillanyp) — Sundays with Serby: NY Post Sports Columnist Steve Serby joins Dexter to talk about his current Q&A article with Marv Albert
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