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Hot Topic: January 28

New York Knicks guard Landry Fields (6) reacts toward the bench after hitting the second of the Knicks' consecutive three-point baskets in the final minutes of the fourth quarter of an NBA basketball game against the Miami Heat at Madison Square Garden in New York, Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011. The Knicks won 93-88. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

New York Knicks guard Landry Fields (6) reacts toward the bench after hitting the second of the Knicks’ consecutive three-point baskets in the final minutes of the fourth quarter of an NBA basketball game against the Miami Heat at Madison Square Garden in New York, Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011. The Knicks won 93-88. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

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The Knicks gave their fans something to cheer about with a come-from-behind, 93-88 win over the Miami Heat on Thursday night. Grandmaster Flash got the MSG crowd warmed up, and Amar’e Stoudemire’s team knocked ‘em down with a stunning fourth-quarter rally. Is MSG once again becoming the Mecca of basketball?

Speaking of Amar’e, the straw that stirs the Knicks’ drink was voted an Eastern Conference All-Star starter, an honor that hasn’t been given to a New York player since Patrick Ewing in 1997. Kudos, Stoudy!

Antonio Cromartie is at it again. On Thursday, the fiery soon-to-be free agent cornerback got into a not-so-social media war of words on Twitter with Seattle Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck. Cromartie warned Hasselbeck that “I will smash ur face in,” a comment that Boomer & Carton take issue with. What do you think?

All that, Jerry “Rello” Recco puts on a few pounds, more talks of an 18-game NFL season, NY’s most powerful athletes, Craig relives his bout with hemorrhoids, and more on today’s radio program…

 

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