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Anthony's Game 1? Not good enough

Parades aren't booked for heroics during the regular season. Are you listening, Melo?

Updated: April 19, 2011, 10:49 AM ET
By Ian O'Connor | ESPNNewYork.com

BOSTON -- Carmelo Anthony could have pulled a Chris Webber, circa 1993, and called a timeout he did not have. He looked at Mike D'Antoni, waiting for him to stop the clock and the chaos consuming the Game 1 court, and all the coach of the New York Knicks did was shout this simple command:

"Go. Go. Go."

Nobody has to tell Anthony to go more than once, but D'Antoni was just another witness swept up in the moment. The Boston Celtics had seized the lead on Ray Allen's 3-pointer, ...

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