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Ronnie Brewer's knee is a concern for Knicks

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01:24 PM ET 11.14 | As the New York Knicks remained unbeaten Tuesday night with a victory over the Orlando Magic, lost in the shuffle was the fat that guard-forward Ronnie Brewer sat out most of the second half after his surgically repaired knee swelled up. Brewer only played 17 minutes against the Magic and made only 1-of-3 shots from the floor, something that his knee probably affected.

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November 15, 2012  04:26 AM ET
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Dawg!

November 15, 2012  08:07 AM ET

MMA, the Apple is back in the Apple after a wonderful business & pleasure trip in the "The City Beautiful". My business venture was a success and I'm thankful, my visit to the Amway Center was a overwhelming success. My Knicks won and I had a wonderful time at halftime thru mid 3rd qtr. in the awesome "Grey Goose Roof Top Lounge". What a fabulous atmosphere, the firelike tall candles lamps surrounded by the lounge chairs, the DJ was great, It had a fabulous view of the I-4 expressway and the Orlando "Bank Buildings" Skyline. I wanted to stay up there. I also saw Nick Anderson the Ex Magic Player. The only sad part of the night was when the Orlando Magic Dancer hurt herself during an exercise just prior to tip off. She was down for about 15 minutes and everybody was in horrified, then they stretched her off on a gurnney. She was given a standing ovation by all in the center. How is she? I haven't heard. After the game I went down on Church St. & Orange Ave. to a coupla bars and had a few before retiring for the night. OBTW, I got a bite to eat at Charley's Steakhouse on International Drive, a 22 oz steak, awesome. Kudos to your city, a great place.

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November 15, 2012  09:03 AM ET

Not A Six-Million Dollar Man, Bro?

November 15, 2012  09:19 AM ET

Every team deals with injury, drama and many adversities throughout the season. Those that handle those situations best wins!

May the best team win!

 
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