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All the heat's on Miami this time

These Knicks have nothing to lose against the Heat -- this isn't the late '90s

Updated: April 27, 2012, 10:01 PM ET
By Ian O'Connor | ESPNNewYork.com

Jeff Van Gundy won three of the New York Knicks' four playoff series against the Miami Heat, and yet his enduring memory does not involve Allan Houston's make or Clarence Weatherspoon's miss. Van Gundy remembers failure, the kind you take to your grave.

Van Gundy remembers Alonzo Mourning's dagger in Game 6, 1997, after David Stern suspended every significant Knick but Clyde Frazier and Willis Reed, and he remembers that hopelessly empty Game 7 feeling in Miami, where Tim Hardaway shot the ...

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