NORTH CAROLINA'S RAYMOND FELTON RECEIVES AWARD
Raymond Felton, starting point gaurd for the University of North Carolina (L) stands with basketball Hall of Famer Bob Cousy after being named the 2005 Cousy Award recipient by the Basketball Hall of Fame in St. Louis on April 4, 2005. (UPI/bg/UNC Athletic Dept.)
Carmelo Anthony scored 28 points while taking 28 shots Thursday, helping preserve New York's season with an 85-75 victory over Indiana.
Carmelo Anthony scored 32 points and New York pulled away with a big second-half run Tuesday, downing Indiana 105-79 to even its second-round playoff series.
Jason Terry and Paul Pierce combined to make nine 3-pointers Wednesday, a long-range effort that kept Boston's season alive with a 92-86 win over New York.
Jason Terry scored nine of his 18 points in overtime Sunday and the Boston Celtics stayed alive in the post-season with a 97-90 win over New York.
Carmelo Anthony led New York to a strong first half and finished with 26 points Friday, and the Knicks neared a series victory by downing Boston 90-76.
New York's Carmelo Anthony pumped in 34 points Tuesday and the Knicks grabbed a 2-0 first-round playoff series lead with an 87-71 victory over Boston.
Carmelo Anthony scored 36 points Saturday and the New York Knicks used a tough defense to register an 85-78 win over Boston in a first-round playoff opener.
Carmelo Anthony fired in 25 points and Chris Copeland added 20 Sunday, helping the New York Knicks clinch a No. 2 playoff seed with a 90-80 win over Indiana.
Carmelo Anthony pumped in 36 points and hauled down 12 rebounds Sunday in the New York Knicks' 12th straight win, 125-120 over Oklahoma City.
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