Kenyon key to Knicks beating Heat

K-Mart's addition gives Bockers sturdy presence needed to beat East's big boys

Updated: March 29, 2013, 1:41 PM ET
By Stephen A. Smith | ESPNNewYork.com

About a thousand miles away from home, in a place nicknamed the second city, LeBron James repeatedly felt elbows, forearms, a hardwood floor and the overall physical presence of the Chicago Bulls. The Miami Heat's quest toward history came crashing down at the United Center as a result, as did the allure of dominance that had surrounded them all season.

Consider this good news for a few teams in the Eastern Conference -- arguably the New York Knicks, moreso than anyone else.


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