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Although the New York Knicks were victorious over the New Jersey Nets tonight it looks as though neither team will be competing for the Championship Ring this year Neither the Knicks nor the Nets seem to have the team chemistry or the individual talent to be championship contenders Tonight however the Knicks consistent and powerful defense was able to defeat the Nets who now have lost 8 games in a row Although the Knicks have an impressive record at 7-3 their competition has generally not been of championship caliber While the Knicks defense was superior the Nets shot less than 30 percent from the field the Knicks offense was so impotent that the Nets were in the game until the final minutes The Knicks 62 percent free throw shooting also allowed Nets to stay in the game An ugly win for the Knicks full of turnovers poor free-throw shooting poor offense but a win none the less The highlight for the Knicks in tonights game was the exceptional play of point guard Charlie Ward the former college football great who left the foot ball fields for the bright lights of Madison Square Garden Ward scored only 10 points shooting 4-7 but pulled in 9 rebounds and dished out 5 assists Ward was a key player in the Knicks win Ward with his youth talent and hard working nature could be a excellent asset to the Knicks future Patrick Ewing also turned in a strong performance Although shooting only 38 percent Ewing was high scorer at 20 points Ewings defense as usual is his strong suit blocking 7 shots and pulling in 11 rebounds One of the most definitive moments in the game happened when with 2 minute and 33 seconds left Ewimng found an open Allan Houston who sunk a 3 pointer giving the Knicks the five point lead they never lost Knicks coach Jeff Van Gundy claims that this play
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