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Much like the 76ers, Lakers and Magic, losing has been a constant theme for the Knicks over the last four seasons. Wednesday's 105-88 loss to Miami was New York's ninth defeat in its last 11 games.

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After the Warriors fell behind by 22 to the Spurs in the first quarter on Wednesday night, things took a turn in a very different direction. Golden State outscored San Antonio by 34 points the rest of the game.

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Kemba Walker, Malcolm Brogdon and Russell Westbrook all came up clutch Wednesday night. But who did it best? es.pn/2mSB5CJ

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Wednesday's Celtics-Bucks game featured a rare sequence in which referees overturned a foul call on Boston's Marcus Smart and instead assigned a foul to Milwaukee's Kris Middleton. The two players had collided in a loose-ball situation and went to the floor bleeding, which triggered a video review. "The crew got together, we met prior going to video, and we decided that we needed to look at video because both players were on the floor bleeding so we went to the video review for a hostile act," referee Sean Corbin told a pool reporter after the game. "In the review, we noticed that Khris Middleton initially made contact to Marcus Smart's face. That's how the original contact to the play occurred." Smart earned a technical foul for arguing the initial call and that stood after review.

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"I see the writing on the wall. I see what it is." Carmelo Anthony 'at peace' with playing reduced role for Knicks. es.pn/2oAVzfC

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Blake Griffin's pull-up jumper with 50.9 seconds left ended a Clippers field goal drought that lasted 5:09 and helped end Washington's comeback hopes. Griffin described the sequence and explained that the end of games have to come down to he or Chris Paul.

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John Wall's reaction to the high point total from 133-124 Clippers win: "Nobody played defense."

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Over the last 4 seasons, the Knicks (114-207) have the 4th-worst record in the NBA, per ESPN Stats & Info. They rank ahead of only the Lakers, Sixers and Magic.

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The Knicks' .418 win percentage since 2000-01 ranks 3rd-worst in the NBA, ahead of only the Timberwolves and Hornets, per ESPN Stats & Info.