April 18, 2012 12:00 AM
" At this point, everyone should really know better than to write anything in ink about the Knicks.
After Sunday's loss to Miami, the great howl was that there wasn't enough help for Carmelo Anthony on offense and that the Knicks were surely doomed as a result. That conventional wisdom must not have been well-received inside the Knicks locker room because they responded on Tuesday night with a performance for the ages.
Led by J.R. Smith and Steve Novak, the Knicks knocked down 14 threes in a first half that ended with 72 points on their side of the scoreboard and the Garden crowd as giddy as anything but a schoolgirl can get. In the second quarter, the threes were falling so furiously that even the zombiefied Mike Bibby got to feast on some Celtic brains.
Really, though, it was Novak (8-10 from three) and Smith (7-10 from three) who were leading the charge in what played out like a "Can you top this?" contest between the two gunners "
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