2. In Game 7 of the 1994 Eastern Conference Finals at the Garden, Starks drove baseline and missed the layup, but Patrick Ewing was there for the two-handed tip-in dunk, which gave the Knicks the lead to win the game, and series.
3. In one of the early games of the Knicks-Hawks second-round playoff matchup in 1999, Marcus Camby took off from about eight feet away from the basket and finished a one-handed dunk over Dikembe Mutombo. The memorable call on the play at the Georgia Dome was "How high can you fly?" The eighth-seeded Knicks won the series and eventually made it to the Finals that year.
5. In March 2005, against the the Celtics at the Garden, Jamal Crawford was about to pull up for a jumpshot on a breakaway, but when he realized his timing was off to release, he made a quick decision to still score. He threw the ball off the backboard to himself and finished with a two-handed dunk.
7. In March 2012, against the Pistons at the Garden, Smith pushed the ball on the fastbreak and then passed to Iman Shumpert for what was going to be an alley-oop finish. But the pass was a little too far away from the rim, so what did Shump do? While in mid-air, he dished the ball back to Smith to complete the rare double alley-oop play.
8. On May 3, 2012, at the Garden against the Heat in first round of the playoffs, Smith drove on LeBron James and in the paint, he performed a double-pump one-handed dunk with his body falling away from the basket.
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