Apr 7, 2013, 5:30 PM EST
It seemed like there were a lot of plays kind of like this one Sunday afternoon in Oklahoma City, where the Knicks earned their 12th straight victory by outscoring the Thunder.
Scramble plays in this game often seemed to end with the ball in a Knicks shooter’s hands, who would then launch an open long jumper from three-point distance.
J.R. Smith‘s that came after a tap-out pass from Raymond Felton ended up being the dagger, as the deep three-pointer that splashed through the net put New York up eight with less than a minute to play.
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