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B&C Morning Show: Knicks Have Their Work Cut Out

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The Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony, right, battles with the Celtics’ Paul Pierce. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

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After a slow day in the sports reporting business yesterday, Jerry “Rello” Recco had his work cut-out for him today.  The Knicks, the Yankees and the Mets were all in action, but Jerry obviously got things started on the hardwood.

Carmelo Anthony and the gang, minus Chauncy Billups and Amar’e Stoudemire, let another one slip away in Boston and now face the daunting task of winning four of the next five.  The aforementioned Billups and Stoundemire are questionable for Game 3, which will be this Friday night at MSG.

Mariano Rivera coughed one up, blowing his first game of the year and the Yankees lost to the Blue Jays 6-5 in 10 innings.  As for the Mets – oh the Mets – with last night’s 6-1 loss to the Astros they are now officially the worst team in the National League.  But there is some good news in “Mets land” as we get word that Jason bay went 4-4 with a couple of home runs in a Single A game and could return as early as tonight…

All of that and Craig’s breakfast order was incorrect, which meant an earful for the “breakfast coordinator” affectionately known as Lupus…

LISTEN: Knicks Have Their Work Cut Out (B&C 4/20)

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