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Audio: Knicks Club Clippers

The Knicks, one by one, simply followed the company line of interim head coach Mike Woodson, collectively saying they have no preference on which team they’d prefer to meet in the postseason.

While his team wasn’t exactly ducking Miami, Woodson’s strategy down the stretch of New York’s 99-93 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers (40-26) at a sold out Madison Square Garden appeared to indicate just the opposite.

Allowing a game-high 18-point, fourth-quarter lead to nearly slip away, Woodson’s starters saw very limited action down the stretch as the Knicks’ reserves survived a furious late run by the Clippers – who played without superstar point guard Chris Paul (mildly sprained left groin) – to remain tied with the Philadelphia 76ers (35-30) for seventh place in the East heading into the regular season’s final night on Thursday.

 
Carmelo Anthony
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Tyson Chandler
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Chris Paul
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Blake Griffin
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Audio: Knicks Club Clippers

 
 
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