By Neil Keefe
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After the Celtics were able to protect their home court in Games 1 and 2 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals, the Knicks have a chance to do the same with the series shifting to Madison Square Garden.

The Knicks hope to get a healthy Amar’e Stoudemire and Chauncey Billups back in the lineup on Friday night, but if they can’t they will turn to Carmelo Anthony to carry the load and the team like he did in Game 2.

WFAN host Gregg Sussman joined me to talk about the Knicks-Celtics series and what to expect from the Knicks in Game 3 and moving forward.

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Comments (2)
  1. hipster says:

    Nah, I think when they heard sussman they said…….yea the 1-3 am time slot is perfect, less people to have to listen to some of the inane things that he says

  2. Dan says:

    FAN made such a big deal about that contest all last summer to find a new, young, up/coming sports talent from the area to host his/her own show once a week for an entire year. Gregg was the winner of that. Can’t he at least once or twice be heard in a time slot when people can actually hear him, instead of Saturday mornings from 1-3 am EVERY week? Is the station afraid for listeners to know that he’s good?

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